For Basket Review numero 15, I ventured to Fargo’s Edgewood Golf Course to eat at the course’s restaurant, Divots.
I had never previously eaten there, but I’ll venture back. Divots has a nice, laid-back ambiance with a great view of the course and surprisingly deep menu.
I had to go with chicken strips and fries, of course.
The strips were pretty much my definition of a “classic chicken strip.” They were pretty good quality and had about the ideal meat-to-breading ratio, but were a little salty. That’s alright though, I can relate.
The fries were nice, too. They were about as crispy and as well-seasoned as I’d like, and were elevated when dipped in Divots’ quality ranch.
Overall, I’d give this a 7.5. It was just a nice, classic basket that tasted like a chicken strip basket should. It wasn’t anything special, but plays the role as a good, safe menu option.
Also, I saw a viral tweet last week claiming that chicken strips need to stop being classified as “kid’s food.”
Obviously, I agree. This is a movement I can stand behind.
Chicken strips unite people, they’re for everyone. Divots. 7.5.