5 Fish & Chips Dishes Worth Catching in Winnipeg
The next best thing to fetching your own fish on Lake Winnipeg is ordering from one of these a-lure-ing Winnipeg restaurants!
With its original establishment located in the Forks, one of the most visited Winnipeg neighbourhoods, Fergies has been serving fish and chips in a historic atmosphere since 2004.
Order your preference of cod, pickerel, or halibut in Snack (1pc), Regular (2pc) or Hearty (3pc) sizes
Make it an even heartier meal with the addition of their seafood chowder, or for those with a sweet tooth, try the Deep Fried Mars Bar or Deep Fried New York Cheesecake for dessert!
Address: 1 Forks Market Rd.
Photo Credit: @MealMaps⠀
Located in the St. James neighbourhood, Captain’s Table is ready to serve you your new favourite catch!
Not sure which fish to try first? Order their Captain’s Combo; one piece of cod, one piece of haddock, four sautéed shrimp, and four large breaded shrimp served with fries, coleslaw and seafood sauce.
Address: 1823 Portage Ave.
At The Grove Pub, you can enjoy your fish with a fork and knife, or get your hands (literally) on it in delicious sandwich style!
Order their popular Fried Cod Sarnie (pictured) which features battered cod plus pickles, lettuce, cheddar cheese and tartar sauce. Served with traditional chips or a salad alternative.
Address: 164 Stafford St. @thegrovepub
An English-style fish and chips experience, your taste buds deserve some Ducky’s!
Try their traditional halibut or, as a delicious alternative, shrimp and chips!
Address: 1884 Notre Dame Ave. @duckys_fish
Stopping by Northgate Shopping Centre for some essentials? Get your fish and chips fix from Joey’s Seafood.
Bite into their juicy OgopoJoe Fish Sandwich, made with haddock or cod, topped with cilantro lime coleslaw, lettuce and tomato.
Address: #1000 – 1399 McPhillips St. @joeyscanada