Posted: October 27, 2016


enRoute magazine flew through town with its picks for the Best of Winnipeg. Guess who ranked at the very top of the list? Take a quick peek at all the picks by clicking here



Posted: March 11, 2016

fusion grill Anchors Top Ten List

The Culture Trip listed their Top 10 Winnipeg Restaurants & Cafes for 2015. Local Favourites smallerIt’s an eclectic mix. One sure to cause a stir, but why wouldn’t it? In a city with a vibrant scene like ours it’s nearly impossible to come up with a list that’ll make everyone happy.

Click Here to see the Top 10 list. 

P.S. They loved the perogies


Posted: October 26, 2015

fusion grill a fabulous find

Curious food and travel writer, Leigh MacAdam discovers fusion grill. Here’s an excerpt from her visit with us.

“I walked into this restaurant and fell in love – and I hadn’t even eaten. The art work – big, bold canvases of land and sky by artist Kirsten Britt Hanson spoke to me. I felt like I was in a gallery and would very happily have any of these pieces in my home. ”

Click here to read more about her Winnipeg discoveries.

Posted: July 7, 2015

The Fabulous Five

Meet some of Winnipeg’s best female chefs including fusion grill’s. Here are five womensummer15feature1female chefs making an impact on the culinary scene in our city.
Click here. to read the article by Andrea Ratuski in Winnipeg Women Magazine.


Posted: June 30, 2015

Food Network lists fusion grill

12 Farm-to-Table Restaurants Celebrating Canadian Cuisine by Dan Clapson

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Posted: June 30, 2015

fusion grill in the Washington Post

fusion grill, Winnipeg and all of Canada, for that matter, received a nice write up in the prestigious Washington Post. Take a look at it here.

Ok so it was just a shout-out. That’s still pretty darn nice.


Posted: March 17, 2015

Gastrocomique! radio

Click here to hear the latest fusion grill radio ad on 99.1 FRESH & 680 CJOB

Click here to see the menu.

Posted: December 29, 2014

Q&A with Chef Lorna Murdoch

Follow this link to learn a little more about fusion grill’s Chef Lorna as she answers questions about her career, influences and success on RestaurantCentral.caChef Lorna Murdoch

Posted: April 30, 2014

Manitoba Moments

CTV’s Morning Live host, Kris Laudien and camera magic man Ken, drop in to visit with fusion grill’s one and only, Scot McTaggart. Watch the clip here.

Posted: April 23, 2014

City Club Spreads the News About fusion grill’s New Reuben

Winnipeg Free Press writer, David Sanderson writes a story about the venerable Reuben sandwich (100 year anniversary) and where to have one in Winnipeg.

Here’s an excerpt:

The New Reuben

Scot McTaggart calls his restaurant’s New Reuben an “innovative reworking of the Gene Telpner classic.”

“Necessity was the mother of this creation,” says McTaggart, who opened his acclaimed dining spot in 1996. “We had a pile of grass-fed beef brisket to use up so our chef, Lorna Murdoch, created this modern take.”

At Fusion, sauerkraut is replaced by pickled ginger aioli, Golden Boy Gouda cheese takes the place of Swiss, and instead of rye bread, Fusion’s New Reuben sits on grilled sourdough bread baked fresh at Lilac Avenue’s The French Way.

“We make our corned beef without the traditional pink salt so it’s brown instead of red, which throws a lot of people,” McTaggart says. “We put our first New Reuben out as a lunch special; the demand was so great that I couldn’t put it on the printed menu because we couldn’t keep up.”

Click here to read the entire story.