Fargo’s Food Factory is an HMC certified restaurant located on the infamous Ladypool Road Birmingham. Fargo’s was opened with the idea of serving family food that is freshly made for you. They have definitely managed to do that by creating a
Fargo’s is located in the heart of Birmingham’s ‘Halal Quarter’ and it’s definitely worth a try but I will get to that in a minute.
The place has a rustic vibe with a factory theme running through all aspects, from corrugated sheet metal giving an industrial feel to the menu keeping with the theme factory of the restaurant. They also have lots of cool quotes on the wall such as ‘go on you know you want to’ which if I am honest made me order that bit more. 😛
The service at Fargo’s is decent, everyone is always smiling. Management have really ensured to focus on the food and managed to improve their recipes over the years. Shout-out to the chef(s) for making that yummy food!
Okay, so this is the important part. Fargo’s Food Factory have tried to make sure that everything is of a high standard. All the dishes are prepped fresh to order from cutting the fries, hand pressing the burger patties to smashing the guacamole.
Factory Nachos (£3.50 – small) – Corn tortilla chips, grated cheese, tomato salsa, guacamole, sour cream, pickled jalapenos, spring onions
3 Tapas (£8.00) –
Garlic & Mozarella Flat Bread – This is a yummy bread that has been baked with garlic and herb butter (which I have never had before) and buffalo mozzarella (which is so yummy, I know the name sounds odd but it was one of the best cheese on a pizza). This doesn’t look that great but it tastes good.
Chuck’s Chicken Strips – Chicken tenders that are flavoursome and fried, served on a stick for ease and less mess (if you are lucky) when eating. They come with a side of ranch mayo. I quite liked the stick idea, stops your hands from getting as messy and thought these were a nice filler and loved the cute small size of them.
Jnr Stix (£3.50) – 3 fried coated chicken tenders that come served with chunky fries and a sugar-free cordial. There is just enough to satisfy your craving of fried food so that you do not overeat!
Firecracker Chicken Noodles (£8.00) – So I have to say I love that these noodles look good because who doesn’t love when food looks #
Strawberry Mojito (£4.00) – I always enjoy a good mojito and this has the classic taste you would expect, sweet yet zesty just as it should be with lots of lime, mint and some fresh strawberry.
Strathmore Still Spring Water (£2.50 – large) – It may sound odd me putting this on the post but it was the only other drink I ordered and I have to say I love Strathmore water!
Fargo’s Food Factory is great for when you do not quite want a take away but you also do not want to go for a super fancy meal. The place is family orientated with some quirky decor. The food is affordable and the menu has lots of variety laid out in a cool way! I have to say my favourite thing is the option for tapas because halal taps options are not so common! Everything we ate was decent and the punny walls make the visit worthwhile.
Find them at 377 Ladypool Rd, Birmingham, B12 8LA
Open: Sunday – Thursday 1 pm – 11 pm | Friday 2 pm – 12 am | Saturday 1pm – 12am
Find their social media @fargosfood
Access their website via http://www.fargosfood.co.uk/
Table reservations available