St Vital Originally uploaded by AccessWinnipeg

It looks like St. Vital is going to try and keep up with the Polo Park competition and open up a few new Food Court stands of their own.

Unfortunately, some old favorites will be axed from the Food Court such as the Pita place.

Coming soon to St. Vital Food Court are:

[flickr align=”right”]photo:2909502043[/flickr]Thai Express
A restaurant review characterized Thai Express as breaking “away from the traditional Thai style of communal dining by serving items in individual portions for those who may want to dine alone.” “In place of fine dining, which may be intimidating to some, Thai Express is all about being fresh, contemporary and fuss-free.”



[flickr align=”right”]photo:2910351592[/flickr]Jimmy The Greek
When you think of Greece and Greek food, FRESH, HEALTHY, ABUNDANT AND DELICIOUS are words that often come to mind. Add fast, friendly service in clean environments and you have the basic recipe for the growth and success of 37 Jimmy The Greek locations across Canada, a full service licensed Greek restaurant and a partnership at another location are a true testament to his love of food and people.

[flickr align=”right”]photo:2910351038[/flickr]KFC
KFC’s specialty is fried chicken served in various forms. The primary product is pressure-fried pieces of chicken made with one of two types of breading: original recipe or extra crispy. Many KFC restaurants serve side dishes like coleslaw, various potato-based items (including potato wedges and fries), biscuits, macaroni and cheese, steamed vegetables and corn.


[flickr align=”right”]photo:2910352164[/flickr]Cultures
Their website seems to be down, but here’s what Googles cached had: We are dedicated to providing our customers an attentive, speedy and friendly service. Continuously searching for new flavour and innovative recipes our focus is to offer a thoughtful and health oriented menu.