Location: 70002 Squamish Valley Rd, BC
Meal: The Dubliner Benny and the 15-hours brisket chilli with corn bread and bulletproof coffee (coconut oil).
Service: Counter service but they bring the food out to you when it's ready.
Atmosphere: It's a unique atmosphere as it's modular in a way. The dining area is like a long tiny home with plenty of seating and a fireplace. There is also outdoor seating when it's nice.
Bottom line: The common opinion of Fergie's Cafe is that it's a hoppin' place. Get there early or you'll be waiting for a table for a while. Good thing Sunwolf cabins and Fergie's is on the same property so we strolled down after we checked out for brunch. First off, the bulletproof coffee was out of this world, maybe the best cup of drip coffee I've ever had and it had a lot to do with the coconut oil.
Lillian got The Dubliner and it was very refreshing as it had an apple slaw with bacon chunks. The egg was done medium so it wasn't oozing everywhere. I ordered the 15-hours brisket chilli with cornbread. The brisket indeed melted in your mouth but the chilli I found a bit too salty. The chilli came with guac, yogurt, and a fried egg on top.
Out the door price: Under $30
Final Rating: 4.5/5