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Regina’s Only Restaurant Serving Exotic Ethiopian Cuisine


Located on Broad St near downtown Regina, Selam Restaurant is a casual dining restaurant serving up classic Ethiopian food made fresh to order.

Selam Regina opened it's doors in July 2003 and is Regina's only gluten-free restaurant serving Ethiopian cuisine. Our mission is to share this exotic cuisine city-wide!

Imagine finger food filled with the wholesome nutrition of a home-cooked meal served in giant platters, and you'll begin to understand what Ethiopian cuisine is all about.

Ethiopian food offers a bold combination of sweet, salty, and sour flavours (spicy optional). There is often an aspect of creativity in each dish where contrasting flavours such as sweet and salty are paired together to create delicious combinations. Ethiopian cuisine has many cultural and traditional recipes handed down for generations, perfected into a combination of dishes.

At Selam Restaurant we serve up classic Ethiopian dishes with herbs and spices that aren't too common these days. You can have it mild or spicy! Our food is available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery.

3000 Year Old Food. Made 3000 Years Later.

Featured in Prairie Dog Magazine as Regina's "Best of Food & Drink" as well as "Best Ethnic Food", Selam is Regina's favourite gluten-free restaurant serving Ethiopian cuisine. 


Gluten Free, Vegan Friendly, Classic Ethiopian Food Made Fresh



Tuesday - Friday:

11am-2pm, 5pm-10pm

Saturday: 5pm-10pm


Some of Our Signature Dishes —


Injera, a gluten-free sourdough flatbread is the staple to any dish. A savory classic, Injera is the backbone of Ethiopian Cuisine carrying 3000 years of legacy.

Regina's most popular finger food, you can even roll up your food in Injera and eat it like a burrito!


What our customers are saying…


“Easily the best food in Regina! Half the menu is vegetarian, which is awesome, and absolutely everything is delicious!”


- Kirsten Whitlock


“Excellent Ethiopian food. I ate here during Regina Folk Fest. The food was delicious, fresh, and spiced perfectly. The sambosas were also excellent. I highly recommend this restaurant.”


- Thomas Ens


“Came in for lunch today and asked them to surprise me with something to take out. I had everyone at my office stopping by asking what smelled so good! It was amazing and great value for the price.”


- Alison Hamilton


“Came for dinner yesterday and everything was amazing. (Can someone please tell me what the cold grey stuff is - in the Facebook page header photo, it's the one nearest the bottom - I need So. Much. More. of that. omg I could eat it forever)”


- Gwenhwyfar Maddison


Ethiopian spiced coffee: a delicious plot twist


It all began in Abyssinia (modern-day Ethiopia), the original home of the coffee (arabica) plant. Kaffa, a province in the south-western highlands where they first blossomed, gave its name to modern-day "coffee". The formal cultivation and use of coffee as a beverage began in Kaffa, Ethiopia early in the 9th century.


Typically, roasted beans are infused with a blend of spices, and served. After letting it sit for a few minutes, you can taste the floral and citrus notes. In Ethiopian tradition, a social gathering with friends & family happens over rounds of coffee; called an "Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony". Three rounds of sweet brew infused with a blend of spices are served in tiny cups, and the third and final round is called "baraka" (to be blessed). Enjoy traditional incense and catch up over memories and good times with an exotic taste of sweet culture in your cup! 

Try a cup on your next visit!


We’re located at:

2115 Broad St

Regina, SK S4P 1Y6


Our hours:

Tue – Fri: 11 am – 2 pm

5pm - 10pm

Sat: 5pm - 10pm

Closed Sundays & Mondays


Get in touch:

(306) 775-3131