It's been seasonally warmer than the usual here but this hasn't stopped me from trying out new places serving my go-to meal, noodle soup! I have tried everything from pho, ramen, udon and korean stews but I've never had hand-pulled noodles anywhere here in the city. So when I saw Dancing Noodle from Chef Ben Kramer's IG account, I knew I had to make my way there. Upon ordering, you're asked how thick or thin you want your noodles and how spicy you want the base soup to be. The place itself can be overlooked as your typical asian eatery but their signature beef noodle soup is like no other. Dancing Noodle is located at 1393A Pembina Hwy and open Monday to Saturday (12nn to 9:30pm).
Over the weekend, I had a chance to visit The Great Ice Show at the Forks, a first in the city. I can't say much about it as the pictures do speak more about how amazing the ice sculptures are. Some of my favourites include the ice bridge, toboggan slopes, life-size igloos, and the ice bar! Even though the warm winter has left some pieces a little bit deformed, you can't deny the fact that there was great talent behind the entire show. I hope they do it again next year as Winnipeg truly embraces winter like no other city.
I don't have any local feature to talk about in today's post but I'm making it up by showing you some of my favourite winter pieces. A bunch of my friends and I ventured out to Bird's Hill to take some photos and I tried making a short video to showcase the outfits as well. Not an experienced Youtube gal here but I still hope you enjoy!