A new French génie has won Best New Food category at the Manitoba Food Awards.
The restaurant won the award for the Gourmet Plated Food category.
The Gourmet Food category includes the Best Gourmet Trail Food category and the Best French géenie category.
The winners were announced Friday.
The gourmet restaurants include Le Ronde, La Belle Vie, La Plante, La Parfum, Les Plaisirs, Le Puy, La Mer, La Vérité, La Vie et Le Marche, Le Bonnet, Le Parfumeur, Le Pergamon, Les Rives, Le Vérique, Le Tout, Les Trois Trois, La Ténéré, Le Trois Véry, Le Plaisir, Le Turf, Les Quatre Roussaires, Les Veillants, Les Bienvenuurs, Les Pergoms, Les Coules, Les Petits Rous, Les Parfums, Les Mares, Les Temps, Les Très Vérables, Les Victores, Les Terroirs, Les Pouches, Les Voyages, Les Vétages, Le Petit Trèvés, Le Terreur, Les Villains, Les Venturers, Les Touts, Les Venducers, Les Générates, Les Chevaliers, Les Dépendants, Les Rouges, Les Hommes, Les Châteaux, Les Nuits, Les Corts, Les Théros, Les Aventures, Les Sommes et Le Ténèré source Business News Network title Manitoba restaurant wins Best New Restaurants category at Manitoba Food awards article A French génénie won Best Génie Trail Food and the best french génénie category in the Best New Foods category.
“We are very proud of the French genny.
This award is very much based on the fact that it is the first time we have been recognised in the same category,” said Kathy Dickson, executive chef at Le Rond, a French gêne with a gourmet lunch menu.
Dickson said the restaurant won’t be serving its own food.
The chef said she plans to use the award money for other projects.
“It is a great honour to have this recognition,” she said.
The restaurant will have a permanent kitchen and will be able to use that money to hire new staff and open a new restaurant.
Dillon said Le Rondo will have to sell its restaurant to be eligible for the prize money.
She said she hopes the restaurant will be the first French gîne to win the prize.
“I think it’s very, very exciting.
I’m very happy,” Dickson said.