New & notable openings to try this holiday season in Winnipeg
By: Peg City Grub-To-https://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/
December 4, 2020
The flavours of Iran, Syria and Manitoba are all represented by the city's newest restaurants
This quaint café originally started in Karaj city in Iran in 2003, promises a cozy environment to get away with a cup of coffee. Since immigrating to Winnipeg, the Next Stop crew hoped to bring its community-oriented experience as it opened up on Pembina Hwy.
This café covers all cravings while serving everything from breakfasts to salads, to freshly squeezed juices and even specialty ice cream. The menu offers a wide range of dishes, including Persian classics like kookoo sabzi sandwiches, Persian-style omelets and soups, plus sholezard for dessert – full of bright floral flavours and lots of saffron.
Next Stop has added flair to western favorites, including over a dozen big burger combinations, many enhanced with its secret ‘Next Sauce.’ The gyros and wraps are filling, brimming with fresh vegetables and plenty of spices.
Aesthetically, everything at Next Stop Café is top-notch too. The branded buns are great for the ‘gram, everything is neatly wrapped to stay warm, while the milkshakes come in big cups with fittingly thick straws. On that note, the pistachio milkshake is a must-try with its ground nuts throughout and sweet vanilla notes. It’s a game-changer.