Izakaya Edokko


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Izakaya Edokko

Japanese restaurant.

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Simon’s Cuisine

Originally from Tucuman, Argentina, José Sturym moved to Winnipeg in 2003 with his family. Along with his loved ones, José brought his prized family recipe for making empanadas – a traditional food in many parts of South America. Since opening …

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Spice Affair Essence of India

East Indian restaurant.

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Banh Mi King Inc.

Banh Mi King offers a fresh and unique taste on Vietnamese cuisine.

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Red Ember Common

Maybe the least expected part of Red Ember Common’s intro to The Forks was how familiar it felt. “It’s a small community – it feels like the food truck community,” says co-owner, Steffen Zinn. “We all talk and trade food …

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Fools + Horses Coffee at The Forks

When it became clear Fools + Horses could house a second location within The Forks Market, the co-owners didn’t want to live up to the first part of their coffee shop’s name. “We were hoping to perhaps one day expand …

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La Roca

The best part about La Roca is its ability to transform. On weekends, you’ll witness casual dinners take on new life as DJs arrive, lights are dimmed, and the restaurant begins to pulse with Latin music, salsa dancers, and tequila …

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White Star Diner

With the White Star Diner’s throwback look, you’d think it’s been on Kennedy Street for ages. But it’s only after an eight-year run in the Exchange District as a takeout “real food” restaurant that White Star Diner made the move …

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Za Pizza Bistro

Even though the Za Pizza concept seemed to pop up out of nowhere, quickly gaining momentum and gathering new locations in Winnipeg, the local restaurateur behind the chain knew what he was doing. Manly Cheung and his family are behind …

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When the first Chosabi opened on King Street in the Exchange District, it was meant to be the one-and-only. But visitors kept saying how much they loved the concept, and thought Winnipeg could sustain more locations slinging the trademark sushi …

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