Image by Ken Hawkins/TheDigitel The "patat orlog," think gravy + mayo + onions. Yum.
Update October 17: Downtown Charleston's only friet and falafel restaurant has officially closed it's doors.
Word on Patat Spot's Facebook page is that the owners are looking for a new spot, so keep your fingers crossed! A Manny's Mediterrenean Grille will be moving in to the Patat Spot's George Street location.
The Dutch street-food style fry and falafel dishing Patat Spot Friet & Falafel has been open for nearly a month and a half now and we've heard surprisingly little about them since.
And no thanks to myself I might add, I've been sitting on a pile of photos I've had since opening day.
Well, Rob Young was the first to electronic press (that I've seen) with a review and his thoughts largely mirror my own, so I won't waste any electrons I needn't use.
In a nutshell: Well worth trying, though I suspect it'll take a couple visits to really get a feel for what you're into and what you're not. And I still need to try out a cone of friets at 3 a.m. after a few beers.
Oh, and here's a bunch of those photos that I mentioned before:
The "oliebollen," a sort of more bread like Dutch donut.