There’s a pretty famous Parisian dish, one that food gurus and restaurateurs have made their name on. One example is Les Halles, where “bad boy” celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain served as head chef. It’s called Steak Frites – but really what it is a fancy name for steak and chips.
Sure, it may be served au poivre if you’re feeling really fanciful, but it is, at its heart, a simple thing. Simple, yet satisfying – and exactly what I’ll be having for dinner tonight. I’ll be making my own fries, following a recipe that sits somewhere between Les Halles’ ones and Heston’s triple cooked chips. And because this is SA, I’ll be putting an egg on top.
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Last Updated: January 19, 2016