Winnipeg, is a pleasing surprise, and far more than a meager stop point on the route across Canada. This multicultural city is renowned for its historical architecture, art scene, museums, shopping, and varied restaurants with delta airlines.
Mentioned below are some of the best restaurants to check out while in Winnipeg:
Come ‘n Eat: The happy Come ‘n Eat restaurant is located on the second floor of Neechi Commons that also comprises a bakery, grocery store and art gallery. Come ‘n Eat offers all-day breakfast and lunch for the patrons. The restaurant is fast becoming a local favorite for breakfast, offering dishes such as blueberry bannock French toast.
529 Wellington: Set in a delightfully-restored mansion, 529 Wellington provides a stylish and chic dining experience, together with some of the best food and wine. This bistro is home to largest wine cellars in Manitoba, in addition to one of the province’s 14 specialized sommeliers. Apart from offering a wide-ranging seafood menu, which comprises live lobster flown in from the coast every week, the restaurant offers one of the best selections of prime grade beef. The interior features a grand staircase, dark wood paneling, stunning and antique chandeliers.
Resto Gare: This bistro offers traditional French cuisine prepared with local produce from Winnipeg. The menu here features classic French dishes like boeuf bourguignon, in addition to lighter options, for instance soups, pastas, salads and sandwiches.
Connie’s Corner Cafe: The restaurant’s interior is muddled with old jukeboxes, dream catchers, a re-purposed cigarette machine, and a lava lamp. The teal-colored walls are lined with photographs of local Winnipeg celebrities, in addition to a few pictures from Connie’s own collection of family photos. A local long-time favorite for their good prices and large portions, Connie’s serves effortless diner fare for breakfast and lunch, such as bannock and omelets.
Fusion Grill: No restaurant in Winnipeg quite embodies local cuisine such as the award-winning Fusion Grill. The vivacious restaurant uses only local, fresh, organic produce and game, and everything is made from scratch. The most popular dish over here is shallot and barley risotto.