Hand-cut fries (yes they are done in house, I checked) come out piping hot and topped with a delicious curry sauce that is robust in flavors of coriander, cumin, red pepper, garlic and hints of cinnamon. The fries are crispy on the outside and tender once you bite in. To bring balance to the fries, churchill’s adds a dollop of bright chutney that has sweet notes from the addition of fruit and raisins.
Lodo’s newest establishment, churchill’s public house has only been open for a couple of weeks. However, this place already looks promising; eager and friendly staff, awesome decor and a killer happy hour. Oh, and did I mention the churchill’s curry fries?
The curry fries’ portion is pretty big, especially for $6 and they pair nicely with the many beers on tap and the house-crafted cocktails. Sitting on churchill’s patio with a drink in hand and an order of their tasty fries is an afternoon well spent. My only tip for tackling the curry fries, grab a fork because these babies can get a little messy.