For a bargain $1, diners can add fries to complete their Belgian bar experience. The fries hit all the right notes for the classic pairing with their creamy insides and crispy outsides. We couldn’t resist mopping them in the various broths. We were, however, let down when half the fries we ordered during our visits never made it to our table. We had run into this problem on our first visit, in which half of our french fry orders and the lobster macaroni and cheese didn’t arrive—but that visit had been during curfew week and service had felt rushed as closing approached, so we had blamed the mistake on Baltimore’s temporarily militarized state. Regardless, staff graciously, and apologetically, removed these dishes from the bill. When we returned under more normal circumstances, the service felt more relaxed and on point, and while all of our main dishes arrived at our table, unfortunately the fries still didn’t make it. Having overordered, we let it slide, but if you want those fries you should double-check to make sure they arrive.