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2019-Restaurant-Reviews

 

2019 Restaurant Reviews

Bonfire Bistro

There is something so cheerful about each dish served at Bonfire Bistro. A warm, welcoming atmosphere mixed with the fiery aroma of an oak-fired oven lures hungry crowds from across the neighbourhood to the restaurant’s hearth. But it is head chef Shaun Ursell’s bright flavour combinations and emphasis on locally-sourced ingredients that shines through in every bite, turning visitors into regulars.

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Circle Kitchen

TThe quest for eating the best of everything naturally attracts us to the hottest, newest, most creative kitchens in the city, motivating us to be open minded to trying the next new thing.

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Kevin’s Bistro

Since opening its first location in 1999, Stella’s has been a Winnipeg mainstay thanks to its hearty breakfasts and health-meets-comfort menu. Now, its new sister restaurant Kevin’s Bistro is taking up this mantle with a tighter focus: mac and cheese.

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Nick’s on Broadway

There is more than meets the eye at Nick’s on Broadway, where chef/owner Nick Graumann has been slinging sandwiches and satisfying the busy lunch crowd since 2015. From first bite, it’s obvious that this is the place for sandwich snobs: this kitchen is obsessed with the details.

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Nicolino’s

For more than three decades, Nicolino’s has been heating up the south end of the city with its contemporary Italian fare that pays homage to owner Nick Zifarelli’s Italian heritage while incorporating locally-sourced ingredients.

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The Palm Lounge

The grandeur of the château-style Fort Garry Hotel is unmatched in Winnipeg, earning its reputation as the city’s finest haunt since 1913. Tucked behind the historic facade, marble floors transition into plush palm-adorned carpet upon entering the lounge. Read more…

 
 

Red Ember Common

Hailing from a European tradition and quickly gaining popularity in Canadian cities, food halls are a unique dining experience that merges the convenience of a food court with the upscale, artisanal quality of a local farmers’ market. Read more…

 
 

Resto Gare

Although days of travelling by train and luxuriating in posh dining cars may be nearing extinction, Resto Gare is keeping the grand experience alive at its location inside a restored 1913 St Boniface train station. The beloved family-run restaurant has been preparing authentic French cuisine since 1983.

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Tuxedo Village

Since opening in 1998, Tuxedo Village Restaurant has become a neighbourhood fixture renowned for its offering of traditional Greek fare.

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Yafa Cafe

People of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and other Arab nations have been trading spices and perfecting recipes for more than 2,000 years, but closer to home, increased cravings for quick, healthy and inspired food options have made Middle Eastern fast-casual eateries like Yafa Café ever more popular.

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