No restaurant has ever come up with house-made potato chips that taste even close to as good as those I get out of a bag. Potato chips are one of the very few things in this world that have benefited from the industrialization of our food chain, that are better made by robots, in giant potato chip factories that turn out a bazillion bags a day.
The above picture? That's a snap of one of the very very few "house-made chips" apps in town that's even edible. And the dip that comes with it? Fantastic (though I would've been just as happy with a pile of straight-from-the-bag Lay's chips on the side), and it should make this an easy guess for anyone who's ever been to this restaurant.
Where am I eating?
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