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April 07, 2007

New Fries at St. Helens Cafe! Film at 11.

St. Helens Cafe has started serving new fries.

We went for dinner on Friday night (instead of Thursday - I swear we don't go there every night, Kevin and Cassioposa, regardless of what was indicated at C&R) and were served a smaller, tastier fry. I asked about the switch and was told that these are more distinctive, less, "frozen, straight out of the bag. We are a fish and chips place, after all!" She also told me Friday was the first day they had tried the new fries and people seemed to like them.

The new fries are more shoe-string style. I vote in favor of them.

Anyone else tried the new fries? If not, make it a point to do so.

We also got to experience eating at St. Helens with the garage doors up. It was great!

Posted by Ensie at April 7, 2007 11:17 AM

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What time were you there 'cause we hit it about 6 or so. Must've just missed you.

I opted for a healthy salad last night so missed out on the new fries. That'll learn me!

Posted by: KevinFreitas at April 7, 2007 04:34 PM

We missed you by about 2 hours. We went to a late dinner last night. And I agree with the Missus' take on the new fries. Much more distinctive.

Posted by: frinklin at April 7, 2007 05:24 PM

I actually tried the new fries that night as well, without realizing they were new! So much for being observant. It wasn't until I read this post that I remembered how much I wanted to eat every last one in my fish and chips basket. So, yes, I too give it a favorable vote.

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