Just in case you want to dine in Winnipeg, Downtown and you’ve been combing the area in search of the best restaurants that prepare delicious and healthy food, and also offer other great services, then check out the Top 10 Restaurants in Winnipeg Downtown. Your stomach and that of your date’s and /or friend(s) will thank-you for the delicious treat.
1-877, Waverly Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
This restaurant is renowned for its special cuisines that range from Italian, Contemporary, and Canadian specials. This restaurant is wheelchair accessible and it also offers take-out, delivery, outdoor seating, reservation, full bar, full chair, and table service.
123, Princess Street, Winnipeg
If you’re hoping to take a short trip back in time, then let the interior decoration of this restaurant transport you. It is aesthetically beautiful and they serve several delicious and mouth-watering delicacies for breakfast, lunch, and brunch. They also offer alcohol, take out, free wi-fi, table service, high chairs seating, and they also accept credit cards.
529 Wellington Steakhouse
529, Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg
The heavenly taste of the steaks prepared in this restaurant is very delicious. This restaurant is in a beautiful and well-restored historic mansion set in an intimate atmosphere.
They also offer exotic fresh food and seafood and Wine that won a well-deserved award in the Wine Spectators Magazine.
Marion Street Eatery
393, Marion Street, Winnipeg
This locally-owned food haven offers simple meals made with fresh ingredients. Their cuisines are mostly American and Canadian and they allow take-outs, outdoor seating, wheelchairs, and high chairs. They also allow payment through different cards.
185, Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg
This restaurant serves one of the best steak and seafood in Winnipeg and It also serves international and Canadian Cuisine in its lunch dinner and late-night menu. Bailey’s Restaurant boasts of a well-stocked bar and allows private dining, reservation, full bar, and table services.
550 Academy Road , Lanark St. Winnipeg
This restaurant prepares very delicious meals and they serve mostly Canadian and Contemporary Cuisines. They also have a wine bar and they offer delivery, take out, free off-street parking and accept several types of cards as a means of payment.
283, Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg
This restaurant prepares fresh food made from rich ingredients. They serve mostly Canadian meals for lunch and dinner. They allow outdoor seating, wheelchairs, and also accept numerous cards as means of payment.
The Mitchell Block Restaurant
173, McDermott Avenue, Winnipeg
Serving mostly Italian and Canadian Cuisine, this restaurant is a perfect choice for all occasions. They serve delicious gluten-free and vegan-friendly meals and also offer take out.
Deer + Almond
85 Princess Street, Winnipeg
This restaurant offers great lunch, dinner, and late-night food in vegan-friendly options, vegan options, and gluten-free options. It has a well-stocked bar, allows reservation and seating, accepts credit cards and it is Wheelchair accessible.
The Merchant Kitchen
314, Donald Street, Winnipeg
They mostly serve locally made cuisine for lunch and dinner and they also serve alcohol too. There are provisions for buffet, takeout, reservation, street parking, and free off-street parking. This restaurant is also wheelchair accessible and it allows the use of several mobile cards as means of payment.
Ontario Is On The Lookout For A Maple Syrup Producer Who Can Get Paid $40 Per Hour.
Canada is well known for maple syrup, so much so that whenever the thought of maple syrup comes in someone’s mind, we all know it’s Canada we’re talking about. This is an appropriate Canadian job offer and the best part about it is that it doesn’t require any sort of a qualification either! Hence, if you’re considering a change in your career or a new job perhaps, then this is the job for you.
The Ontario Government is looking for a maple producer who they are willing to pay a good sum of money to as well. Ontario government also shared the requisites or requirements needed for the position. The job is situated in Guelph, hence you’ll need to be either from or based around that area, and you’ll need to speak English and be okay with working outside. This is just the criteria that is to be met. No other qualifications are required and if someone has them anyway, then it’s just a cherry on top of the cake, however, not a pre requisite!
The Ontario government is looking for someone who has strong work ethics and is hard working and dedicated to this job that will be taken up by him or her. In addition to that, the ideal candidate should also be good with communications and should be good at teamwork.
Since the work is outdoor related, one has to be comfortable working outside amongst trees.
Although no such rough figure has been mentioned, the salary is listed as $1,452.79 per week, which is for 36.25 hours of work.
That sounds too promising as a salary, doesn’t it? Apply for this job if you want a great remuneration coupled with some good quality work.
New Cheap Eats To Hog On In Toronto.
It’s only fair to love cheap thrills when they are totally mouth watering and also pocket friendly. With a large population of mainly students, such a place has to have areas where people can resort to any time of the day just to grab a bite. These cheap thrills are needed in life and the importance of them are self explanatory. Here is a list of five new cost effective and pocket friendly eateries in Toronto that you’ll absolutely love-
1) Somun Superstar
The main highlight of this place is the delicious baked bread which comes in the form of a base for their absolutely delicious sandwiches. And the best part is that each one of them comes loaded with Cevapi, ranging from $10-$13.
2) The Momo House
Who doesn’t fancy oneself a nice platter of dumplings from Tibet? Head to Parkdale for a scrumptious meal specialising in Tibetan momos. What’s amazing about it is that it comes in flavours, ranging from Tandoori momos to chicken momos, all priced at about $5 to $7, hence, not creating a hole in your wallet.
3) The Daily Dumpling Wonton Co.
Here, the bowl of wontons are just about $10 and it also has some impeccable Shanghai soup dumplings. What’s amazing about this place is how cost friendly it is!
4) Colombian Street Food
The woman who was behind the Columbian Stall at Market 707 now has a shop of her own at Junction triangle. Mouth water corn flour empanadas are just for about $3.5 each. The arepas and Cassava fries are also less than $10 and shouldn’t be passed!
5) Matha Roti
This beautiful restaurant in Harbord village basically specialises in East Indian style rotis and biryanis. A roti is basically a flatbread. Some nice hakka chilli roti and Malai kofta will leave your taste buds on fire and your pocket happy, and your tummy content!
5 New Sushi Restaurants In Toronto.
Who doesn’t love such nice Aburi and maki rolls, some nice sushi wrapped in seaweed? Japanese cuisine has proved to win the hearts of many, and very rightly so, considering how highly nutritious it is, without compromising on the taste either. What is lovely about this cuisine is that it has reached to a lot of parts of the world where people have grown to love it even more. Here is a list of five newly made restaurants in Toronto whose Sushi is worth a try-
1) Hikari Sushi Bar
This was opened only some days before the lockdown occurred in the city. It’s situated in the North of Pape Station. The have great daily bowl specials, but apart from that, they also have some wonderful house rolls and hosomaki.
2) Aburi Hana
Yorkville has a new adding to itself when it comes to great food. This restaurant is dedicated to modern Kyo-Kaiseki cuisine. They have two 15 course menus that change nightly with seats that are only available on reservation.
3) Muni Robata
The main attraction of this place is the open flame Robata grill, but the sushi is unparalleled as well. There is Shashmi, nigiri and tasty maki rolls which will only make you crave for more!
4) Tatsu Sushi
This restaurant which is near Trinity Bellwoods Park is great at serving combos. The menu here has plenty of amazing Japanese food to hog on, from sushi, sashimi and roll sets, to party trays and daily specials that are totally mouth watering.
5) Toto Sushi
This restaurant opened in July and is now available for takeout. Their menu includes several oshi sushi options, such as pressed sushi, and combos served with miso soup and salad. Totally worth a shot, you won’t regret!
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