Due to the fact that this is one of the colder cities in Canada, the locals have developed a unique adaptation; cultivating an indoor food culture. It’s true, when it gets cold outside in Winnipeg, the locals go indoors to drink and eat. Can’t really blame them, can you? First off, head to the French Quarter, where the European experience reigns supreme. Oui Bistro & Wine Bar
is a classic French experience in dining if there ever was one. And don’t skip the amazing pastries in this section of town! No one knows how to make a pastry like the French. Don’t miss Little Italy, a great spot for cappuccino, pasta, or a delicious canola. Da Mamma Mia Ristorante
and Saffron’s Restaurant
are some of the best Italian-Canadian restaurants in the city. Surprisingly, there is also delicious Chinese food in Winnipeg. The Kum Koon Garden
has been attracting attentions from restaurant connoisseurs all over the city. Other Asian restaurants in the area vary from Thai to Japanese. The Meiji Japanese Restaurant
and the Bangkok Thai Restaurant
are both solid choices if you’re in the mood for Asian cuisine. After dinner head to the G Martini Bar
, one of the best martini bars in the city. This martini bar will surely be the perfect end to a full day.
529 Wellington Cres.
Vista Place Shopping Centre, 1631-H St. Mary's Road
559 Cathedral Ave
303-99 Osborne Street