Rack of lamb in a bowl in a bed of creamed potato ? This is French cuisine? On the verge of being too cold to eat .Mystery special just so ,so . Service barely adequate. Two couples , both formerly fave restaurant. No more ....More
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Had not been to this restaurant for several years possibly decades. We took some people who were visiting from Vancouver. They were looking for a truly Winnipeg experience. We had the smoked Goldeye as an appetizer and it was amazing. Our guests were so pleased...More
The food is very good but not exceptional. It's more about the experience of dining in an old fashioned train car. Spring, summer and fall visits are best as the train is too cold to visit in the winter. The outdoor patio looks very welcoming.
I brought a group of 18 French students to Resto Gare to taste some traditional French food. Service was excellent as was the food. The Coconut Curry Squash soup was delicious and the students loved the French Onion...and the gnocchi, seafood crepes, steak frites! Don't...More
Truly enjoyable dining experience! Over the past few months we've been able to visit this restaurant a number of times and every time our expectations have been exceeded. Friendly accommodating staff that create a welcoming ambiance. There passion for people and food is evident in...More
Not many people there and we had a very good meal. Service was efficient and friendly. A little expensive for lunch but nice to be able to visit.
We went for a family dinner and while it was decent, it is, as the title says, nothing to rave about. The service was slow and our waitress wasn't attentive or on the ball. The prime rib special was very fatty and stringy. The other...More
In its old incarnation - "La Veille Gare" this restaurant was a Winnipeg standard for upscale romantic ambiance, stellar service and top notch food. Several years ago, after the change in name and, I presume, ownership, I made one visit and wasn't impressed. But this...More