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All reviews chicken fingers curry croquettes special sauce sit down restaurant famous belgian outdoor seating friendly waiter prices are reasonable at lunchtime place to eat mayo chippy calories dipping gravy
I’m not a connoisseur of chips however these are not the best in Bruges they are basic oven chips fried. Really disappointed do not be fooled by the queue out the door people go because you can eat in the square but I would save...More
After seeing the shop when we quickly passed through Bruges last year, I really wanted to try some fries on our second visit.
There was a great selection of dips, but that's all I can think of positive to say to be honest. If you're...More
Don’t let the long queue put you off - it soon starts to shrink and within no time you’re inside, where the panic happens: what size? What sauce? The choice seems so easy but with so many options frites and Mayo becomes a decision you...More
The worst fries in the world full of horrible grease that tasted absolutely awful, so bad I felt sick as if I’d drank a litre of car engine oil, expensive muck from the bottom of the canal full of toilet water... poo fest, gross, merde
We stopped in to enjoy some fries and enjoy the view of the square. The fries were good but not the best. There are plenty of other better places for fries but you can’t beat the view here. Give it a try and enjoy the...More
When you go to Belgium, Belgium fries are a must try...and this is a great place to try them. Man sure to try then with their spacial combo sauce of Curry/onions and mayo...delicious or mayo & sate sauce. Also try their chicken fries and/or croquettes...More
Interestingly a lot of people came in asking for “French fries” we did not, as we read the history! History says it was Belgium that invented the fries. The man behind the counter kept telling especially the French customers did not invent the fries. (...More