6 fun and delicious takeout experiences to have this weekend in Winnipeg
January 07, 2021
| Author Breanne Sewards
Not sure what to order this weekend? Spice things up and treat your household to one of these fun and delicious foodie experiences!
1. Taco night
Who doesn't get excited when they hear the words taco night? This weekend, skip the box set and try the real deal from one of Winnipeg's top taco shops. Takeout is available from both BMC Market and Sargent Taco Shop. Both offer fresh and authentic tacos, side dishes like Mexican rice and the best hot sauces.
2. Dim sum delights
While you can't get the full dim sum restaurant experience at home (unless you convince your roommate to run the cart), many eateries throughout Winnipeg are offering a la carte take-out options - which means you can still get your dumpling, potsticker and seafood fix. Order you next dim sum from Dim Sum Garden or Noodle Express.
3. Graze all day
Admit it - you've never made a cheese or charcuterie board quite like this. Go all out and treat your household to an expertly crafted grazing board that hits all necessary flavour notes and textures. There are several local makers to choose from - here are just a few: Olive & Honey, Graze by Grace and Apero Boards.
4. Indian feast
If you have a big household to feed (or, let's be honest, just want to eat ridiculously good food), Indian food is a great option. Not only can you satisfy a ton of flavour notes by ordering multiple dishes, but the portions are also big enough to share. Don't forget to add a handful of samosas to your order. Options include Sizzling Dhaba, East India Company and Charisma of India.
5. Bagel breakfast
The bagel craze is picking up in Winnipeg, which means you now have even more options for picking up or getting hot, fresh bagels delivered straight to your door. Have a bagel breakfast with your family by ordering from Hudson Bagels or Bagelsmith (ALWAYS order the schmear).
6. Raclette at home
Travel to the Swiss alps without ever leaving your home with Cordova's brilliant raclette takeout. Raclette is a twist on fondue that involves melting cheese and pouring it over your food, rather than dipping it. For $85, you get everything you need for an exciting night of cheesy delicacies - from traditional Swiss Alpine cheese, a charcuterie platter and grilling vegetables to steamed baby potatoes, a green salad and of course the raclette grill rental.
About The Author
Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Lover of croissants, cats, and croissant-shaped cats. Got a story idea? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.