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93. Mandolin Aegean Bistro's Hand-Cut Fries

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As we count down to New Times' Best of Miami 2011 in June, Short Order will serve up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305 in random order. If you have any nominations of your own, please send them to cafe@miaminewtimes.com. After the jump, find our other choices.

93. Hand-Cut Fries at Mandolin Aegean Bistro

​With all of the incredibly delicious dishes to choose from off of the menu of the only Aegean restaurant in the Design District (hell, the only Aegean restaurant in town), we've chosen the fries, you say? Yes, we have! Mandolin Aegean Bistro (4314 NE Second Avenue, Miami) has an intoxicating selection of meals, but the hand cut french fries truly conquer the palate with their Greek yogurt, burnt butter, and Turkish paprika topping.

The milky yogurt perfectly balances the slightly salty wedges and the spicy paprika. Get these with a Greek village salad, and you might lose yourself in a food frenzy and never leave the premises of this charming restaurant. Mandolin makes the very common act of fry eating a culinary art and for that reason, these are our favorite.

100 Favorite Dishes

94. Joe Allen's Bourbon Bread Pudding
95. Lobster Roll at Joe's Stone Crab Takeaway
96. Brussels Sprouts at Sakaya Kitchen
97. Gandules en Escabeche from Raaga Cart

98. Pizza Genovese at Spris

99. Leek Soup at Buena Vista Deli

100. Dumplings at Chow Down Grill

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