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Rensta May 9, 2006 08:35 PM

Any decent haute cusine in Windsor yet. I am planning a trip back home there and am wondering if any thing decent abounds in the motor city?

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    beebee Nov 23, 2006 03:10 PM

    The best modern food in Windsor is at Mamo at 5880 Wyandotte E., 948-0693. Only 25 tables. Chef Ryan Odette used to cook at August in New Orleans. No charge for BYO on Thursdays.
    Other pretty good, but spotty, places for modern food are Porcino and Bin 151.
    For modern oriental, Bamboo at the Art Gallery is quite good.
    There are some good Italian places on Erie Street, including Noi which mixes continental and Italian, and La Contessa and Nico.

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      beebee Nov 23, 2006 03:15 PM

      The best modern food in Windsor is at Mamo at 5880 Wyandotte E., 948-0693. Only 25 tables. Chef Ryan Odette used to cook at August in New Orleans. No charge for BYO on Thursdays.
      Other pretty good, but spotty, places for modern food are Porcino and Bin 151.
      For modern oriental, Bamboo at the Art Gallery is quite good.
      There are some good Italian places on Erie Street, including Noi which mixes continental and Italian, and La Contessa and Nico.

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        yoyodyne Nov 23, 2006 04:10 PM

        I'm a HUGE fan of olde walkerville pizza at 1731 Wyandotte St E. Fun laid-back atmosphere, decent beer selection and pizza worth making the trip from Toronto for.

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