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Aug 14, 2006 11:33 PM

Deep-Fried Pickles in the Bay Area?

Does anyone know of a place where I can score these little slivers of nummy goodness?

I haven't had them since I moved away from Kentucky, and I'd LOVE to find a place to enjoy these (in moderation, of course).

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  1. They have fried green olives, but not pickles, at Pappo in Alameda.


      is a thread i started a long time ago. short answer is i still havent found any so i just made my own at home.

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      1. re: Lord Griffin

        So you're saying the Prince of Wales in San Mateo doesn't make them anymore?

        1. re: Melanie Wong

          They were offering them earlier this year, as I had them for the first time. Not really my cuppa tea. I'll stick with the Habanero Hamburger. :-)

          1. re: Melanie Wong

            sorry for the confusion. i did have them at the prince of wales but didnt think they were that great.

            1. re: Lord Griffin

              I would agree with that. Once was enough on the wallys. It's an oddity to be experienced and filed.

        2. Andrew Jaeger's House of Seafood in North Beach has them. Check out their bar menu: