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Pan Chancho, Kingston

bluedog | Dec 20, 2006 02:46 PM

In a recent trip to kingston, we had lunch at Pan Chancho, a daughter restaurant to Chez Piggy, the location of their bakery.

We started with almost perfectly executed frties and aioli. I say "almost" as the bottom few were a tad oily, but otherwise these are the best frites in town, easily surpassing the mother ship and Le Chien Noir, and approaching Jaimie Kennedy.

For my main I had a sort of spicy ratatouille, accompanied by three types of house made sausage, chicken, andouille and shrimp. the ratatouille was very spicy and went nicely with the Prince Edward County Vidal I had ordered to accompany. The sausages were nicely done, but only the shrimp really stood out as stellar. Very tasty.

The bread that accompanied was amazing, all house made and definetly the best bread in town, and probably for many towns around.

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