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What if the Gamja Fries at Namu Were an Outfit?

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Poutine is not the prettiest dish ever created. But the mashup of French fries, gravy, sometimes cheese, sometimes meat is one of the most delicious, hangover-curing, stoner-satisfying things you can eat. Last week was Burger Week at Eater SF, and the editors there mapped out the best places to get poutine in San Francisco so you can track down the perfect accompaniment to your perfect burger. The Korean version at Namu, called Gamja Fries, struck our fancy because it has so many colorful ingredients including short ribs, teriyaki sauce, kewpie mayo, kimchi relish, and gochujang. Still, it's not particularly cute, but we think the the outfit is, rather!

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