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Pommes Frites - 138 Reviews - 123 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, New York, NY - Food & Dining Reviews - Phone (212) 674-1234

Pommes Frites

123 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
New York, NY 10003
(212) 674-1234
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$5.5 for a small (which should be more than fine even if you share) including 1 topping... VERY good selection of toppings.. The place however is very small and not so clean to ...


Used to be super fresh fries with killer dips. Nothing lets you know they're fresh more than the flats with paper bags full of potatoes that are stacked out front every morning. L...

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best pommes frites 7/27/2007

These fries are the best that I've ever tried. I'm getting so hungry thinking about them. They are cooked to perfection, they have really tasty dipping sauces, some sauces that you never heard of, and the price is very reasonable. I suggest the large size, even after that you'll be wanting more. more

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Love their fries! 7/28/2006

It's another "hole in the wall" place in the east village. There are cute wooden tables with holes for your paper cone full of fries. Their fries are very fresh and portion's huge. The Mango Mayo is my favorite topping there. They don't sell alcoholic drinks, but you can get beers from a deli across the street and bring it in and enjoy your fries with it! more

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unbelievable! 6/22/2006

after reading so many great reviews. i just had to indulge in these authentic belgian fries. it looked like a tiny log cabin apt. which was half of a store. i'm serious. i waited online to get into this steamy joint to see the outrageous prices for "fries" but i decide to order it anyway, thinking that there was a special ingredient in them. oh boy was i wrong. potatoes are potatoes are fries that are still fries. i prefer burger king fries to pommes frites. lol. they have like 25+ dipping sauces, which all sound very tempting but only few are worth the extra dough for a tiny plastic container. $10 will buy you a double order of fries served in a folded paper cone and three dipping sauces that you will use up before finishing half of the fries. word to the wise: don't get the curry ketchup unless you like curry powder mixed with ketchep. smoked sauces aren't really smoked they are smoked by liquid. more

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pommes frites 6/18/2006

Pommes Frites makes these amazing belgian fries that come in a paper cone and delicious sauces that goes with them. I love going in there and trying the free fries in front of the tiny store. Don't bother trying to sit down inside the store is way too small to relax on your lunch break. Still for $4 dollars you are seriously getting some of the best fries around. more

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Fabulous Fries 6/4/2006

Fantastic french fries with over a dozen dips to choose from. While certain dips aren't gluten-free (like malt vingar), the fries are totally safe as nothing is every fried in the oil other than the fries. Many, but not all of the dips are also gluten free. Just ask, the staff is usually knowledgeable on this one.. Fries come in small and large cones (and even the small is pretty big). Fun for strolling with in the summer. more

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Pomme Frites.. for you saucy people 4/17/2006

Pommes Frites has tasty Belgium style fries. This small specialty eatery is located in an area of good eats. Just around the corner of St Mark's, you can find it easily by looking for the long line out the door. These fries come in 3 sizes served in paper cones. The great thing about this place is the countless amount of sauces that you can dip your fries in. You can get a combination of sauces that catch your eye, or just stick to plain old ketchup. I recommend the spicy mango sauce! This place will have you coming back until you try all the sauces. more

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Best Fries, hands down. 4/1/2006

Pommes Frites is a small little shop that seats like three people, but there is always a line of people waiting to get some fries. Their fries are so good, you've never had a fry unless you've tried Pommes Frites (or been to Belgium). The mango sauce is delicious, and they have an assortment of other specialty sauces to dip your fries in. The fries here aren't cheap, you get a cone full for about $4. Be warned, after your first cone you may find yourself wanting another. more

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Pommes Frites 3/30/2006

Pommes Frites is a small easy to miss shop that serves crispy fries in giant paper cones with a great assortment of sauces. The fries cost around four dollars but I'm telling you these are pretty amazing fries. They have Nathan beat and they offer free samples. There are tables with holes to place the cones of fries in, but seating is limited. more

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Belgian Style French Fries - Best You Have Ever Eaten 1/29/2006

I know they are called French Fries, but my European friends all tell me that the Belgians make the best fries. I was skeptical until I discovered this place. Then I was convinced. These guys twice cook their potatoes the old world way and offer them with nearly a million dips - naturally including catchup and mayo (as the Belgians suggest). The store is a long narrow crack in the wall but you have to get past that - the fries are that good. I you stumble upon it as you explore the lower east side or make a trek - either way, buy a sack and enjoy the best fries you have ever tasted. This is a real NYC find and you need to go to experience why Manhattan is food heaven. more

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How could fries from a place that serves only fries be bad 1/16/2006

Pommes Frites Authentic Belgian Fries are served in a paper cone and can be eaten with any of a zillion topics including 20 different kinds of ketchup. Perhaps the most complimentary statement about these fries is that they don't need any condiments at all! But if yu're feeling adventurous, you can try all the different toppings this place has to offer. Who wouldn't love fries from a place that serves only fries? more

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Golden Delicious Isn't Just an Apple 1/15/2006

I've always been a meat and potatoes sort of gal and, as a result, french fries of assorted types are a staple in my diet. Needless to say, this place is like Mecca for me. Let the free samples draw you in for I promise you they will. Good thing a cone full of these delicious fries is only $4 (a bit more if you can't rseist a larger size or want to split with a friend) You may end up spending more on sauces for with 26 flavors to choose from it can be hard to decide what to deep these tasty frites in. more

French fries 10/14/2005

Nothing beats fries fresh out the fryer and these won't disappoint. They have an amazing selection of sauces that you would not believe. This is a little place and you walk right by, if not for the sign on the sidewalk. These are really such a treat and what a great price for what you get. A great snack to walk around in the village and to share with your best friend. more

Heart Disease, Eat This! 9/20/2005

Despite everything we know about the nutritional backwardness of the divine food we call french fries, frites, American fries, etc. there comes a time and place where we must look the prospect of a triple bypass directly in the clogged artery and say, "Eat this!", and just do it. Pommes Frites on 2nd Ave is one of the few places that inspires such reckless abandon. These fry masters fry their fries not one, but twice! to ensure that perfect texture. They also offer up several dozen homemade dips including several mayos, dijon garlic mustard, Thai peanut sauce, curry ketchup. . . and the list goes on. Other contenders for best fries include: B. Frites in Midtown Manhattan and Gregory and Paul's stands on Coney Island (across from the Cyclone). more

Good Snack 9/1/2005

When you're craving a small bite, this is a good place to stop in at. They have many flavors to choose from and also let you try their sauces on their fries, which is very nice. I've seen some people go in just to get the freebie, but please don't take advantage of this small joint. I personally liked dijon mustard. more

Best Fries EVER! 8/17/2005

You have probably heard that Europeans love eating fries with mayonaise and got totally disgusted by just the thought of it. But one taste of Pommes Frites and you'll fall in love instantly. It's a very small place and it might be difficult to find the first time in the area but you'll feel at home once you're inside. Inside there's about 30-40 different flavored mayonaise for you to choose from. Don't get me wrong, these dipping sauces do NOT taste like mayo... an example is their war sauce... half mayo, freshly chopped onions, peanut satay sauce. DELICIOUS. go and try it out before or after you hit the bars... they're open to 3am on the weekends! more
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