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529 Wellington has long been a favourite with the who’s who in Winnipeg and you may have visited for a special occasion, but why not stop in for no reason at all? On the evening we visited, we were en-route to a Jets game and hesitated to stop in because we were wearing Jets’ jerseys. Not only were we made to feel more than welcome but we were not alone in our attire.

Starting us off were 529’s famous long dry ribs. Stacked up like firewood, this is a dish they prepare exceptionally well. The ribs arrive naked, that is, with no sauce, allowing you to taste the well-prepared meat.

Next up was their silky carpaccio, adorned with olive oil, red onion flecks and fried capers. As the meat is served raw, it absolutely must be of the highest quality and this definitely was.

Our last course consisted of the smoked salmon, decorated in the same manner, sans olive oil, and served with toast points. The smoky tones enhanced the fish’s deep, meaty taste which retained its own creamy and unique texture.

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