Pommes Frites is an authentic Belgian fries shop in the East Village of New York City. The fries are fresh cut, twice fried and served in a cylinder. The orders are available in either Regular, Large or Double. There’s a wide array of sauces to dip your Pommes Frites into. Each sauce is $1 or 3 for $2.50 (2010 prices). I ordered the Large size with a side of Honey Mustard Mayo. I know, I know..how UN-original of me. I love Honey Mustard, what can I tell you. My wife Marcela ordered a mix of the Cheddar Cheese Sauce and the Sambal Olek (Hot Chili Paste).
Since they employ the double fry method, I knew these Fries would be nice and crispy (they were). The Fries the size of somewhere in between a Steak Fry and a Standard Fry (not Shoestring).
The Fries really were awesome and the sauces were equally as good. I loved both sauces we had. The Honey Mustard Mayo was probably the creamiest tasting Honey Mustard I’ve ever had and the Cheddar/Sambal Olek mix had some heat.
There’s 25 sauces to choose from plus you can actually sample them which is great. There’s also Poutine on the menu. Poutine is a popular Canadian dish where the Pomme Frites are topped with Cheese Curds and Gravy. If there’s one regret I have it’s not ordering it and also not sampling all of the other sauces.
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