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Of the many things on the menu at the Greek-South American diner hybrid that is Harry's (see this week's review: "Midtown Moussaka"), the feta fries are one of my favorites.
I don't order the feta fries very often when I eat at Harry's, and you can probably tell why from the photo. They're thick-cut French fries covered with a blizzard of tangy, salty feta and fresh parsley. The kicker that pushes them over the top? Housemade honey mustard dressing for dipping.
If you don't think honey mustard would complement salty feta, try it. The two flavors go together like peanut butter and jelly. The fries are served up in a tall cone that contains enough to share between four people, but they won't last long on the table.
And because Harry's is just that fantastic, the feta fries are available during both lunch and breakfast. Who said you can't eat fries at 9 a.m.?