It was and the slopes of the Red River Ski Area, as well as the doors of the Day Lodge, were opened for the first time to eager downhill adventurers.
Not only do they have lots of shops you can peruse but they also have a ton of great little restaurants to eat at. One of my favourites is Fergies Fish 'n Chips. And if you are from Winnipeg and have never eaten at Fergies, well shame on you.
There may be two dozen possibly more places to eat food at The Forks, yet I have fallen into a routine eating regularly at a few places.
One of those places is Fergies, which has been open in The Forks since Usually if I am at The Forks specifically for lunch it is my go to choice.
Classic fish and chips are great, especially when done so well. Fergies definitely hits the bullseye with their fried fish. Your choice of fish is pickerel, cod, or halibut.
The halibut will cost you a bit more, and it is tasty, but I almost always settle on the pickerel. I ordered my usual snack size pickerel.
It took eight minutes from me ordering, him dropping the fish and chips into the fryer, packaging it, and then calling my number.
Of course the speed is great when nobody ahead of you, which was my luck this day. If you're in a rush, just one or two people ahead of you in line will cost you some time, so keep that in mind when coming here.
Usually if I am in somewhat of a hurry I avoid Fergies if the line has four or more people in it. The fish and chips is served like it would be across the pond, in a newspaper, with tartar and a lemon slice.
The "newspaper" is basically just an advertisement for Fergies and The Forks. The fish is moist and tender but has a nice crispy crust on the outside that isn't too thick. It really is the right amount of batter. If I were to nitpick here I would say the batter could use a bit more salt or spices to it, but that would be me really looking for something I'd change in the dish.
The fries are also great, crispy, and well salted. Fergies uses a "unique double frying technique" according to their website. If you want to stop here and don't want fish you are out of luck For those that just want the fish and no fries, you can also just order that.
This is definitely a highly recommended stop by me. For lunch or dinner, or just a snack while walking around The Forks.Home Brewing Starter Sets Archives - Beer Brewing Home brewing is a method of making beer at home.
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