Saucers Cafe is one of my favorite little places to go. Tucked away in a strip mall on Academy makes it easy to miss. It is very cosy and welcoming, and is a nice place to relax. One of my friends calls ahead to ask if they have this one soup, and if they do– she goes!
The Turkey Clubhouse Sandwich comes toasted and fully loaded with turkey, ham & cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. Kind of your run of the mill club, but its good. Processed meats knock it down a bit, and it was a little mayo-e, but still delish.
Saucers is defiantly a place to check out. When I go i usually stray from the club, and get a hot chicken sammy that is da bomb.
Just remember if traveling east bound down Academy do not turn right onto the side street before saucers between 3:30 and 5:30. You will get a ticket, I did. That was one expensive club.
The Seine River Cafe is a little joint in St B. I heard peeps talking about it like it was a hidden gem in the Peg, so I made a joint to check it out. Apparently you can’t even get a seat in the place Sat or Sun mornings.
First things first– this place doesn’t have milkshakes. Irrelevant I know, but I wanted one; so negative points for that. But the greasy breakfast spot was suppose to be good for the food, so lets get to it.
They offer 2 clubs, a chicken club, and a turkey club. I assumed the chicken would be real chicken because it was more expensive, so I went for it. Classic club here, a triple decker with chicken, tomato, lettuce, bacon, mayo and cheddar. Nothing special, but not bad. Fairly mayo-y so if you aren’t into that, steer away.
Would I go back? Probably not, unless it was for a greezy breaky. It was fairly cheap tho, but it took us forever to get the goods.
A – 390 Provencher Ave Winnipeg
Price: $6.99 for the sammy or $8.99 for a platter
390 Provencher Ave – 237.4860