There might be a restaurant dilemma more fraught with culinary consequence — many eyes have darted back and forth on the menu between the heart-healthy skinless chicken and the richly marbled steak with cholesterol sauce. But nearly as vexing is the decision you have to make between ordering regular French fries, crispy and delicious, and sweet potato fries, more healthful but at most places as appetizing as a sodden heap of garden slugs. At the CUBAN REVOLUTION, you can have it all: they are as crisp and un-mushy as the best “real” French fries and are more flavorful and good for you, as befits their birthright. They are also valuable, at $4.50 for a modest plateful. After the next menu change, you may purchase them individually on tiny satin pillows.
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