Ground Roots Cafe

761 North Drive, Winnipeg, MB R3T 0A3 761 North Drive, Winnipeg Directions
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Report | 4 years ago
The Groupon sucked. Absolutely no savings whatsoever. Poutine was great - rest ok.
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Awful service, can't be bothered to answer there phone or change the message that said they were open but when we got there it was closed for curling.
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Report | 4 years ago
Very nice food and quite reasonable. The owners are very nice people and we chatted with them during the evening. While the club house decor is dated the food certianly is the star, we plan on returning.
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Report | 4 years ago
Loved it we will be back... We also love to golf in the summer and with the restaurant right by the golf course this will be our new restaurant to have lunch at after our golf game!
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Report | 4 years ago
onion ring batter was great could have had more spice. The hamburger patty is pretty thin and tasted burnt. I would recommend a thicker patty. Waiter was great very helpful and friendly.
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great onion rings, burgers and potato skins
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Large quantities! Very friendly.
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As its name suggests, Ground Roots Cafe started small. Chef Jamie Koblanski opened the outdoor cafe at St. Norbert Arts Centre, then relocated to Wildewood Club when his food's popularity grew. In this picturesque setting next to the Red River, he cooks breakfast dishes, such as potato pancakes and omelettes, as well as Ukrainian breakfasts with homemade perogies. Later in the day, the menu turns to burgers and specialty items, including handmade beer-battered onions rings, tempura-battered Manitoba pickerel fingers, and ice-battered water.

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