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Pommes Frites!!!!!

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FAB Nov 2, 2006 02:17 PM

I love this place and I'm in the mood to do some serious dippin!!!!!!!!!!!

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    xman887 RE: FAB Jan 22, 2007 06:36 PM

    in town this past weekend. took my wife. it was great. ordered two regulars with six sauces. starting with #1:

    sun dried tomato mayo
    parmesean peppercorn mayo
    honey mustard
    pesto mayo
    wasabi mayo
    nacho cheese

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      marlie202 RE: FAB Feb 16, 2007 09:41 AM

      when they first opened they did not charge extra for the premium sauces--I think they still should not charge 75 cents extra for each choice of flavored mayo-

      1. ballulah RE: FAB Feb 16, 2007 01:03 PM

        They've always charged for premium sauces at Pommes Frites, and I've been going there since the week they opened. They always had a small selection of sauces that were the usual suspects in Belgium that were offered free (I think the curry sauce was one), and I believe in the early days they had a special "sauce of the day" (or the week) that was offered free as well. I'm in luck that my favorite is the plain Frites Sauce.

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          rds246 RE: ballulah Feb 16, 2007 03:12 PM

          really? I never remember having to pay for any sauces until recently.
          Also, I dream of the return of their hawaiian pineapple honey mustard! so good, but apparently not enough people agreed with me...

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            marlie202 RE: rds246 Feb 17, 2007 10:16 AM

            I agree with both of your statements rds246
            have you tried the Vietnamese pineapple--it's really good and has a bit of zing

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          12jenny RE: FAB Feb 16, 2007 04:13 PM

          please.....address?

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            rds246 RE: 12jenny Feb 16, 2007 04:19 PM

            http://www.pommesfrites.ws/

            Its on 2nd ave between 7th st and st. marks

          2. meatme RE: FAB Feb 17, 2007 07:46 AM

            But are they fried in horse fat?

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              marlie202 RE: meatme Feb 17, 2007 10:15 AM

              hmmm..I don't understand the question--what is fried in horse fat??never heard of anything fried in horse fat????

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                meatme RE: marlie202 Feb 17, 2007 06:42 PM

                That's the way to fry them properly.

                http://www.chow.com/tour/2027

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              notgreg RE: FAB Feb 17, 2007 07:08 PM

              I agree with the horse fat method meatme. I have never personally had them as such, but after reading jeffrey steingarten's The Man Who Ate Everything I have been dying to try some twice-fried horse fat french fries.

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                FoxyWiles RE: notgreg Feb 18, 2007 05:32 PM

                Apparently that's what McDonald's in France uses. Have they changed it?

              2. masha bousha RE: FAB Feb 26, 2007 03:23 AM

                Try the poutine! Fries smothered in chicken gravy and cheddar cheese curds. soooooo good.

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                  FoxyWiles RE: masha bousha Feb 26, 2007 07:59 AM

                  I don't like the poutine there. I think their fries are too good to cover with that stuff.

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                    kobetobiko RE: FoxyWiles Feb 26, 2007 08:18 AM

                    I did not like their poutine because they did not do it right. I crave for the poutine that I had in Canada!

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