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Moules frites?

bookgrrl72 Mar 8, 2009 08:36 PM

I know they have them at Enoteca -- anywhere else in Austin have good moules frites?

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  1. TAF RE: bookgrrl72 Mar 9, 2009 08:50 AM

    Vino Vino - excellent and quite authentic.

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      rollledspleen RE: bookgrrl72 Mar 9, 2009 02:47 PM

      Second Vino Vino - very good. Fino does a nice version as does La Traviata, but I think you have to get their parm fries as a side item if I'm remembering correctly.

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        pankofish RE: rollledspleen Mar 10, 2009 09:25 AM

        Just for effect: Vino Vino. Moules frites is my favorite all time dish, and their version in exemplary.

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        coolranch RE: bookgrrl72 Apr 10, 2009 12:10 PM

        Olivia's, on S. Lamar. I've had this a couple times and always very tasty. Bonus: if you eat at the bar on Sundays or Mondays, chances are they are on the menu and 30% off!

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          Food Dilettante RE: bookgrrl72 Apr 15, 2009 07:50 AM

          Peche has moules frites for appetizer (awesome frites w/ your choice of aioli), but I think the moules disappointed.

          I think the best way to have mussels is homemade. It's really easy and you can be creative with your ingredients. Here's a link to my recipe:

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