Canadian is a city in and the county seat of Hemphill County, Texas, United States. The population was 2,649 at the 2010 census, up from 2,233 at the 2000 census. It is named for the nearby Canadian River, a tributary of the Arkansas River. Incorporated in 1908, Canadian is sometimes called "the oasis of the High Plains". Canadian is on the eastern side of the Texas Panhandle close to Oklahoma.
Things to do in Canadian
4.5 based on 68 reviews
I ordered iced tea, baked potato, dinner salad, and some chips/salsa.......Tea was average, baked potato was above average, salad was very good, the chips/salsa a few steps below average. The service was very good. The bill for the above was approx $18........for me it wasn't worth the time or money.
3 based on 9 reviews
There are several other eateries in Canadian that are much better for your stomach as well as your time. The drive-thru hear is incredibly slow and the food makes your insides go rotten. For the money, its not worth it. Go to The Canadian Restaurant for lunch or try the Stumbling Goat for dinner and a beer.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Our B&B and a few locals recommended The Bucket. Right on! One of the best breakfasts we had on our trip, if not the best. Service is very attentive and small town friendly. Food is outstanding, with the biscuits fondly remembered. Good atmosphere, located near downtown. If you are in Canadian, a small town with a lot of pride, be sure to stop by the Bucket. Enjoy!
4 based on 32 reviews
Didn't have a meal just a Soft drink and spinach/artichoke dip. Really neat place. Old service station. I'm told this was just part of it. It also has a bar and live music area.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Phone 806-323-9176<br>Great local restaurant
A local resident recommended the Canadian Restaurant for "plain ol' good food". This is a country diner, with black & white checkerboard linoleum floor, red leather booths [a little worn], and overhead fans. I ordered a hamburger and onion rings and found both to be very good. Service is fast and the staff are very friendly. I heard that this is also a good place for breakfast. Recommended for a nice country diner experience and a reasonable price.
5 based on 2 reviews
This is a sandwich/salad shop. We had pulled pork and a Ruben and both were excellent (and big). The desert was homemade ice cream and cobbler and both were excellent. We went for a light lunch and failed miserably. Perhaps no supper?
3.5 based on 12 reviews
in town on a Sunday evening. The only other place open was the Dairy Queen. The place was busy and tables were slow to be cleaned. It appeared that there was no management on the property to guide employees. The salad bar and buffet were almost completely depleted. Staff was very slow to replenish pizza. The town is experiencing a boom. With time better choices will arrive and those that don't choose to improve will be forced out.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Family owned & operated, serving up some of the best mexican food around. My favorites are Tacos al Pastor, chili rellanos, & the chicken tostadas. If the tacos al pastor aren't the daily special, just ask if they have some. Don't forget the guac, made fresh when you order! They also have agua frescas & other traditional mexican drinks. They do speak english but sometimes don't fully understand; just ask another diner if you need help ordering or figuring out the menu. Once you've been here, you'll be back!
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