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It isn't difficult to spot Beaujena's French Table, simply look out for colorful illustrations along St Jean Baptiste Street and you are home. This creativity is extended into the restaurant's interior as well. It's decked in beautiful colors, dimly lit and all the tables are decorated with fresh flowers, thus creating a perfect ambiance for your special date. Chef Randy Reynolds designs the menu which offers three, five and seven course meals. The dishes are innovative and crafted to perfection with the use of fresh, local ingredients. You can also pair your meals with robust wines at an additional cost. Rely on the servers and hosts for suggestions over wine flights.
The Exchange District is home to Chef Mandel Hitzer's stylish restaurant Deer + Almond, serving contemporary renditions of shared and small plates. Inventive cocktails feature on the drinks list, alongside some pale ale brews and lagers. Each dish is divinely plated and impeccably served. The day menu is a blend of classics as well as imaginative specials, such as the Tuna Carpaccio with Alabama white sauce, Papaya & Pork and the Yellowfin Tuna Sandwich with olive tapenade. At night, dishes such as Risotto with mustard greens and manchego, and Blackened Striploin with kaffir lime and coconut broth emerge on the menu. While this eatery invites plenty of natural light during the day, it transforms into a suave spot come night.
Joey Polo Park is an ideal place to unwind after a tiring day of shopping at the Polo Park mall. At Joey, expert chefs present to you a global menu with a modern twist. The wine list perfectly complements the lavish fare. Guests can enjoy their meal indoors in the company of loved ones, though the restaurant's patio is a preferred choice of diners. Besides offering a lovely dining experience, Joey actively participates in various charities and community support groups to make an effort to pay back to the community. So be assured the money that you spent on dining at this fine place has been spent for a good cause!
Opened in 2003, In Ferno's Bistro occupies a breezy location in the midst of Saint Boniface. Chef Fern Kirouac curates an impressive menu with varied options, appetizers, salads, soups, entrees and pastas, while the core focus centers around French cuisine. A seafood inspired Mussels menu with a French twist is especially adored by regulars, such as the Moules Madagascar served with cream and peppercorns and hot frites on the side. Other highlights include classics like Canard Confit à L’Orange and Veau Grand-Mère (veal in mushroom and white wine sauce). Above all, the desserts at In Ferno's Bistro are especially revered, with delicate Lemon Hazelnut Tortes and the French-Canadian Maple Hazel Pie inducing much swoon at the end of a meal. Bring a healthy appetite, as the portions are generous.
Elements - The Restaurant has been wowing diners ever since it opened its doors in 2011. Their eclectic menu is inspired by various global cuisines and emphasizes on using only organic ingredients. Their seasonal fare is great any time of the day for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also proffer plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans. Their well-balanced dishes will ensure a nutritious meal for you that is also delicious. Drop in to see why this restaurant a popular haunt in the neighborhood.
Smith is a culinary destination located inside the Inn at the Forks-Hotel. This fine restaurant takes pride in their creative menu which includes Canadian classics in addition to a few global favorites. Many head to the Smith for a hearty breakfast of Buttermilk Pancakes, Eggs Florentine and their signature egg dishes as soon as they open. Many also prefer Smith for a lunch detour; dishes like chicken pot pie, club wrap and their NY steak are their choices. Meat lovers simply cannot miss Smith's Canadian Prime Beef, rack of lamb and Braised beef chuck flat. Drinks menu is at par with its food counterpart, with the cocktails being a highlight, and the beers and wines offering good company.