Boston’s Best French Fries

June 4, 2012 6:00 AM

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(Photo Credit: Saus/Facebook)

(Photo Credit: Saus/Facebook)

Would you like fries with that? Or maybe you just want your fries as the meal. Whether they are smothered in sauce, dusted with powder, or covered in cheese there are a number of Boston establishments that boast delicious French fries. Here’s a list of the best places to find these tasty delightful snacks. -By Kendyl Murtaugh

saus3 Bostons Best French Fries

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Saus

33 Union St.
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 249-8835
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To all the fry fanatics out there, make sure you check out the tantalizing Belgian pomme frites at Saus. The naked pomme frite at Saus is delicious alone, but your taste buds are taken to a whole new level once one of Saus’ famous dipping sauces are tossed alongside the crispy golden frite. With sauce options ranging from Saturday Night Chive to Bacon Parmesan to Bost-Onion, you can’t simply have just one. The sauces are unique and add a whole new tasty element to the classic pomme frite. A free sauce comes with every order of pomme frites, and you can order additional sauces for a mere 75 cents. The different flavorful explosions that each sauce boasts are worth every penny! Saus is open until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays, and the pomme frite makes a perfect snack after a night out.

kingston station Bostons Best French Fries

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Kingston Station

25 Kingston St.
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 482-6282
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Are you looking for a decadently rich platter of French fries? Well, that is surely what you will find at Kingston Station – a heaping mound of hand cut fries, oozing with heavenly amounts of truffle oil and topped with rich gruyere cheese. The small slivers of scallions that adorn the top of the plate make the perfect finishing touch. One order of these fries costs between $10-$14 and the portions are hearty. They are perfect for sharing, but one warning: they will be gone before you know it.

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All Star Sandwich Bar

1245 Cambridge St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 868-3065
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Once you pass through the bright yellow store front and you enter All Star Sandwich Bar you are greeted by cheerful staff who are readily available help you make your meal choices. Without-a-doubt French fries are must-order. If fiery fries happen to be up your alley, check out the extremely spicy Hell Fries. So spicy, yet so good. Your mouth may start burning, but you simply can’t restrain yourself from reaching back for more. For those who are less interested in the heavily-seasoned fry, give the wildly popular gravy fries, chili cheese fries, or just plain pile of fries a try. Regardless of which flavorful morsels you choose, they are guaranteed to pair perfectly with the anything else you might order.

Max Brenner

745 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 274-1741
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The unique French fry award goes to the waffle fries dusted with chili and cocoa powder at Max Brenner in Boston’s Back Bay. Definitely order a side of these fries with your meal. They are fried to an impeccable crisp and sprinkled with just the right amount of chili and cocoa powder. The medley of savory and sweet are married in a perfect union. Hold the ketchup with these fries, and instead dunk them into the sauce that sits alongside the waffle basket. At this primarily dessert-driven restaurant the French fries are a surprisingly delicious show stopper.

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Flash’s Cocktails

310 Stuart St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 574-8888
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Garlic fans head straight over to Flash’s Cocktails on Stuart Street. Their garlic fries are something that simply can’t be missed. They are warm, crispy, and full of garlic goodness. There is no sogginess with these fries; they are continuously served hot and fresh. It seems many regulars are consistently coming back for more of this salty, garlicy, and tasty treat. These shoestring fries are finished off with a nice balance of herbs and some fresh lemon.

Kendyl Murtaugh is a Fordham University student who interned with the CBS Boston Digital media team.
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