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Winnipeg Restaurants Crowned Le Burger Week Champions

September 11, 2018 7:05 AM | News

WINNIPEG — More than 100 local restaurants cooked up their best creative burgers for Le Burger Week, but there can only be one winner. Well, in several categories, that is.

Public Choice

Brazen Hall Burger

Brazen Hall Kitchen & Brewery won Le Burger Week’s Public Choice award. (CHARCOAL COLLABORATIVE)

Restaurant: Brazen Hall Kitchen & Brewery
Burger Name: The Krakow Burger
Burger Description: The Polish inspired Krakow Dragon burger has all of the legendary flavours expected including potato, sour cream, onion, cabbage as well as bacon ketchup, cheese with potato vodka.

  • Scallion Potato Bun
  • Bacon Peach Ketchup
  • Parsley Chive Sour Cream
  • Potato Vodka Onion Aioli
  • Pickled Red Cabbage
  • Brazen Beef Patty
  • Potato Sticks

Judges Choice

Clementines Burger

Clementine Café’s Herb & Marrow burger (CHARCOAL COLLABORATIVE)

Restaurant: Clementine Café
Burger Name: Herb & Marrow
Burger Description: Beef and Bacon patty, roasted bone marrow, herb & Parmesan Aioli, herb salad, smoked mushroom relish, sesame milk bun.

“Healthiest” Choice

Shawarma Khan Burger


Restaurant: Shawarma Khan
Burger Name: The Khan Deluxe
Burger Description: Shawarma Khan’s reputable beef, lamb & falafel patty topped with a sharp cheddar cheese and caramelized onions. A Middle Eastern slaw accompanied with pickled turnips and our signature garlic sauce spiced with a rich palak seasoning. All between a grilled herb and garlic flatbread.

Best In Show

Underdogs Burger

Underdogs’ Randy Savage burger (CHARCOAL COLLABORATIVE)

Restaurant: Underdogs
Burger Name: Randy Savage
Burger Description: You know something? This burger is the Interprovincial Champion of Le Burger Week. Oooh yeah!!! Snap into a fresh Manitoba beef patty, local blueberry bacon beer jam, oooh yeah, creamy brie cheese, bacon strips, oooh yeah, onion rings, fresh greens, oooh yeah, lemon chipotle aioli on a mango habanero buttered brioche bun. You dig it? It’s a million percent macho madness!

Winnipeg foodies can next look for to Le Poutine Week, happening February 1-7.


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