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Best French Fries

Linden Deli

890 Linden Ave., (410) 669-2820/9104

Posted 9/17/1997

Actually, "fries"-the plebian term usually applied to sliced, fried spuds-doesn't really do Linden's western fries justice. Potato logs these are, monster wedges done to a perfect T-soft on the inside, crunchy/crispy and peppery on the outside, still tasting slightly of the fryer, better still with a prudent dousing of hot sauce. And the nice folks at Linden, located near the confluence of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Howard and Read streets, don't skimp: A one-buck fries order is a meal, albeit a gloriously greasy one. (If you need more, they've got good fried chicken and a decent hot/cold buffet.) The bureaucrats and office drones who stream over daily from the massive state-government complex across MLK know what we're talking about, so come early in the lunch rush; every now and then we show up for our fries fix and they're plumb out.

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Other Awards for Best French Fries:

Waterfront Hotel, 9/19/2007

The Brewer's Art Rosemary Garlic Fries, 9/20/2006

Petit Louis, 9/21/2005

Dudley’s, 9/22/2004

The Brewer's Art, 9/16/2003

The Brewer's Art, 9/18/2002

Petit Louis, 9/19/2001

Piccadeli's, 9/13/2000

Bandaloops, 9/15/1999

Café Hon, 9/18/1996

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