The catering menu can be found in our Catering Inquiries section of the website. This menu has some of our common offerings. The best learning experience for our students is to create a menu for you based on your preferences. Let us collaborate with you to build a menu that will impress your invitees..
The fee goes back into our program to help offset the cost of providing our customers (including our students) with a reasonably priced menu. We charge the fee on all catering requests, as well as any a la carte orders of 10 or more. Thank you for your support!
We provide eco-friendly utensils, plates/bowls and napkins at an additional cost. Serving utensils or any other catering equipment can be provided, but will need to be returned 24 hours after the event.
Please indicate whether you need beverages on your Catering Inquiry form.
Take home meals are made by the students and available for pick-up between 2:30 - 3:30. They typically feed 4 people (2 adults and 2 kids). Check our Weekly Menu on the main page to see what we are offering that week.
Credit card information will be entered upon checkout when ordering online. It is also possible to pay at the till upon pick-up, however we only accept cash or cheque. At this time, catering can only be paid for by cash or cheque.
Our Food Tourism & Hospitality Pathway logo was designed by Kahaila Morris. Kahaila is a grade 11 student in the Communication Media Arts Pathway. Kahaila designed this logo during her paid Internship with Farm Credit Canada in summer of 2020.
Colours The purple represents the colour of berries, a significant food and medicinal source for Indigenous people of Canada.The yellow represents Saskatchewan’s wheat, canola and mustard fields which grow abundant.The green represents Saskatchewan’s northern forest and of course the Roughriders!
Images The berries and wheat symbolize Saskatchewan’s unique food history. A multicultural melting pot incorporating Saskatchewan ingredients. The arrow symbolizes survival, direction and moving forward.
Food Tourism Is a taste of place. Students will learn to create memorable experiences that bring to life the story behind the food and drink of a specific geographic area through the mamawi cafe and Saskatchewan curriculum.Indigenous food tourism is both growing and changing in Canada. There is a movement towards revitalization- mixing pre-contact ingredients and practices with contemporary innovations.
HospitalityIs the friendly reception you will receive as a customer of the mâmawi cafe.
Pathway Is a road map for students to follow through a designed highschool program based on their interests. Is the friendly reception you will receive as a customer of the mâmawi cafe.