Luc's souffle crisps. Oh yes.

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In August, when Kathryn Robinson did her thing at Luc, she dubbed these golden beauts the best appetizers in the city. They’re souffle potato crisps—think puffy French fries—made with taters that are blanched, then cooled, and fried three times.

If that last bit about the frying didn’t have you, consider that Robinson also refers to the chips as “little miracles” with “moist, almost creamy interiors and impossibly crispy crusts.”

A basket of the crisps comes with dipping sauce and costs $8.50.

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