No visit to Winnipeg is complete without an afternoon spent at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The varied exhibits are fascinating as is the architecture of the building. Commence or conclude your tour with a stop at ERA Bistro on the main floor. This fabulous setting provides the perfect environment to sample dishes from the Canadian prairies.
My taste buds were tempted by the beer-battered pork chop sandwich, pickerel cheeks, and carrot fries but I settled on the delectable dish entitled Beets by ERA. I love any vegetable combined with pungent goat cheese and silky pine nuts. The salad was enhanced with a baked falafel that was savoury and hearty.
My lunch date decided upon a Californian club which was so substantial that she took half of it home for her dinner. We could have easily whiled away the entire afternoon, sitting by a sunny window and chatting about all the reasons we love living in Winnipeg.