The Captain's Table Restaurant is conveniently located at 1823 Portage Ave. next to The Stagger Inn Bar & Grill in St. James. We offer the city's finest Fish & Chips, in our fully licenced dining room. Our fish & chips can also be ordered for pick up to enjoy at home. In our Restaurant we offer a full menu catering to all tastes. Below is our hours of operation for the dining room however pick up orders may also be placed during and after these times. Please phone for availability.

Dining Room Hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday to Saturday: 11:00 am till 9:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm till 8:00 pm

We accept Visa, Mastercard
Debit cards and cash.
Phone: (204)-837-3474

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(appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press March 24th 2005)
Arrrgh, Billy.... ever been to Portage Avenue?

The Captain's Table offers snacks, burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and such, none of which I tried. Possibly some customers do come for them, or possibly they exist mainly because the kitchen also services the bar in the adjoining Stagger Inn. Me? I came for the English Style fish and chips which it turned out, were not only good, but also another relative bargain.

The choices include pollock, halibut, haddock, cod and sole, most priced from $7.45 to $10.95 for two pieces with fries and coleslaw there are also jumbo prawns, either breaded or saut´┐Żed in garlic butter, and breaded or battered shrimp, but I confined my sampling to the classic cod and halibut

Both were flaky, sweet and tender, coated in a spectacularly good eggless batter that was light, greaseless and crunchy, with an almost spiky surface.

The Chips - - a little mountain of them - are skinner then usual English way but which, as it happens, is how I prefer them, and these are terrific

There's a satisfying seafood chowder with, as well as chunks of fish, several pieces of shrimp, plus a rather limp cold shrimp draped over the edge of the bowl. Unlike most chowders, it contained no potatoes, but also, unlike most had no taste of flour in the milky broth. The included coleslaw is so-so but (and I blush to confess it) I found a side of mushy peas ($1.24) truly comforting. I can't predict the efficiency of the service (there were a few other customers on my visit) but it was extremely pleasant.
Marion Warhaft Dinning Out column.