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Deseo Bistro named a top restaurant in Canada

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Chef Scott Bagshaw of Deseo Bistro with his take on mac and cheese.

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Chef Scott Bagshaw of Deseo Bistro with his take on mac and cheese.

A Winnipeg eatery has been named one of the top 50 restaurants in Canada for 2013.

Deseo Bistro, the Latin-influenced brainchild of chef/owner Scott Bagshaw at 696 Osborne St., ranked No. 38 on the list, published annually by Vacay.ca.

The judges named the sweetbreads — "made in a style reminiscent of butter chicken, with pickled cucumber, spiced yogurt, naan, and cilantro — as a "must-order" dish.

For a complete list of the country’s top dining spots, go to www.vacay.ca/top-50-restaurants.

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