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Winnipeg-Peasant Cookery, Mise, & where to go now that Alycia's is gone?

unturtlesoup | Sep 12, 2011 01:10 PM

We're headed to Winnipeg tomorrow, and I've amassed a rather large list of "to eats" and "to dos" based on past board posts.

Recognizing that restaurants change, I was hoping for some up-to-date assistance in making restaurant choices; I am also gearing this dish towards places that either have a history in Winnipeg/Manitoban food, as well as places that use local products in their offerings.

Blufish Sushi-near our hotel, sounds reasonably decent for a lunch
Bistro Dansk-dinner
Mise-dinner
Choice between Infernos' Bistro or Peasant Cookery (seem similar in terms of bistro cuisine, but I could be wrong!)
Choice between Baked Expectations, BDI, and Eva's Gelato (travelling with a dessert hater, so I imagine I'll only be able to get sweets in once!)
Where to go for Ukrainian "soul food" now that Alycia's is closed?

We're good with bakeries, market stalls, and greasy spoons, as well as with finer dining-it's more about the experience and uniqueness of the meal!

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Mise
222 Osborne St, Winnipeg, MB R3L, CA

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