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Dionysus Kebab House

44 High Street

London N14 6EB Greater London, United Kingdom

Dionysus’ chips make every other interpretation of ‘hand cut’ look and taste like they’ve been made by a pug using a slotted spoon. These babies, these are angular. They’re Tron chips. Sharp and crispy on the ends, but straight, fluffy and, remarkably, full of potato-tasting potato down the middle. In a world of glaring tattie imperfections, the freshly made creations from this legendary Greek kebab shop are very close. A special mention goes to their unapologetically tingly aioli as well.

Chips

There are many must-eat potatoes in London. You’ve got QCH’s confit potatoes, or the fiery crinkle cut lang-ya tu dou at Noodle & Beer. But there is something quietly and humbly perfect about Dionysus’ hand cut chips. Whether the legendary kebab house was making fried potatoes of this angular, crisp and fluffy quality in Soho during the 80s, we can’t say. But we do know that these chips and their eye-wateringly pungent garlic mayo is one of the best things you can eat in Southgate.

Chips - £1.75

Dionysus’ chips make every other interpretation of ‘hand cut’ look and taste like they’ve been made by a pug using a slotted spoon. These babies, these are angular. They’re Tron chips. Sharp and crispy on the ends, but straight, fluffy and, remarkably, full of potato-tasting potato down the middle. A special mention goes to their unapologetically tingly aioli as well.

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