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Welcome to Keesha’s Kitchen, Bar & Patio

The inspiration behind Keesha’s Kitchen is simple: we are all blessed to live in a multicultural land and the dishes on this menu reflect the diversity that exists in our great country.

Keesha's family aim to provide our patrons with feel-good comfort food, inspired from all the cultures who have influenced each of them over the years.

At the same time, we aim to incorporate the ‘200km Rule’ and use and prepare natural and homemade foods within that radius from Winnipeg Beach, MB.

We provide a Gourmet Comfort Food dining experience, elevated by global influences, while keeping it affordable, decadent and fun.

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Situated right across the street from the majestic Lake Winnipeg, Keesha’s Kitchen is nestled om the Main Street strip in Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba! Our concept is simple: we provide cuisine, community & culture to feed you body, mind & soul.
Join out cozy atmosphere, perfectly suited for great conversations with family and friends, attentive service & the best selection of gourmet comfort foods from around the world.

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At Keesha’s, we take classic comfort foods, and put an international & gourmet spin on our items! We also have weekly breakfast and lunch specials! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for details! We also host a Chef’s Table once a month! Call us for a reservation today! 204-388-4424

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Bringing Comfort Food to the Interlake

We aim to make every person walking through our doors feel as though they were walking right into Keesha’s home kitchen! Join us indoors in our newly renovated space or hop onto our new funky, dog-friendly patio for good eats & cold beer! We have a fun Signature Cocktails & Mocktails menu with a wide … Continue reading “Bringing Comfort Food to the Interlake”