Yes, it is true that everyone loves French fries and yes, you can get them almost anywhere. However, walking around as a tourist or a busy local there is no pick me up quite like the vlaamse frites (Flemish fries) found all over Amsterdam. Frites are served in a classic paper cone and accompanied by a heavy dollop of whatever sauce you choose: the local favorite is ‘fritessaus’ (mayonnaise) or satay sauce. Double fried, chunky cut and precisely salted, Amsterdam’s frites are a definite food highlight: typically cheap and usually very filling. According to the locals, a long time favorite for getting their French fry fill is a hole-in-the-wall chip shop called Vlaams Friteshuis Vleminck. This place sells fresh and crispy fries and fries alone with an assortment of 25 different types of sauces, and thus they appropriately call themselves ‘Sauce Masters’.