Patat Friet with Patatje Oorlog (traditional Dutch favorite: Frietsaus, sate sauce, chopped onions)
We also had the Viva Italia with white truffle oil and parmesan. So yes, there are plenty of ways to eat Friets. It makes it more like an entree too.
Falafel (two cakes within pita bread, added whatever I wanted at the Salad Spot)
Also, you could get the falafel fried or grilled. I had one of each. Falafels here are made of chick peas, fava beans, fresh mint, cilantro, and parsley.
Oliebollen (Dutch doughnut)
I really appreciated this dessert not being too sweet. And it could easily be an appetizer.
The bad: It's a place I couldn't get to as frequently as I would like. Long distance from home. Bad for me.
The good: I hope this place with be the first of many ethnic foods to be in Charleston. Maybe they will follow in Patat Spot's footsteps. Thanks for introducing Charleston to Dutch street food.
In conclusion: Having a meal at Patat Spot will leave you, first of all, refreshed, from the fresh ingredients they use. Secondly, you will smile from the satisfaction from the flavors. Thirdly, you would not have realized that vegetarian tasted so good.