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frites

(frit)
pl n
chipped potatoes
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ENPNewswire-August 22, 2019--FARM FRITES LAUNCHES FINEST SUPER FINE FRIES
The European dish Steak Frites is renamed Bistek and Frites, made with top blade steak garnished with fried onions and garlic.
Get over your weekend blues with Couqley French Bistro's Steak Frites Sundays, which includes two steak frites, a pain perdu (or any other dessert) and a bottle of beverage for Dh297.
Though every cafe and bistro serves moules frites (mussels and French fries) I had to try Leon's original spot, like a tourist.
With plant-based meats representing one of the hottest food trends among savvy consumers, Del Frisco's Grille is further satisfying needs for meat substitutes with its new Cauliflower Steak Frites - a great entree for anyone looking for an alternative to steak and seafood.
'Steak frites,' which you won't be surprised translates to steak and fries, is comfort food of the highest order.
Over the road from that is Le Relais de Venise which takes the decision out of your hands by serving only steak and frites. It puts one in mind of lunch on the slopes.
PLANS for a new Euro style Fork in Chips (FIC) restaurant, using a "triple fried frites" concept from the border areas of Belgium and Holland, have been submitted for the old Greenwoods site in Market Place, Loughborough.
Still, this is where Jim Chevallier starts in his History of the Food of Paris: From Roast Mammoth to Steak Frites. You might be more tempted by the food of the Gauls, which - aside from dog and horse - was not far from what today's Europeans eat.
The Kazakh Invest provides assistance in obtaining a land plot for the Farm Frites for the project.