A Michelin star chip restaurant could be coming to London.
Frites Ateliers, created by renowned Dutch chef Sergio Herman, has reportedly been looking for suitable premises in the capital.
The chain, which has four restaurants in the Netherlands with a fifth one opening soon in Amsterdam, takes the humble potato and transforms into some seriously luxurious chips.
Think of it as the Ferrari of the chip world.
The renowned Dutch chef spent more than 18 months experimenting with recipes, toppings and fresh sauces.
The chips are made from Zeeland clay potatoes and are complimented with a selection of five unique and delicious mayonnaises including béarnaise, classic, Asian curry, truffle, and andalouse.
They are then served in magnificent, plush surroundings- worlds away from your local chippy.
Herman had a twenty-five year run as chef at Oud Sluis, a family restaurant in Sluis in the Dutch province of Zeeland.
He has been awarded three Michelin stars since 2005 and was featured in The World's 50 Best Restaurants eight consecutive times.
We don't have many details as of yet about the London site; according to industry news site Big Hospitality, Herman is currently looking for suitable locations.
Keep up to date with the latest news in west London via the free getwestlondon app.
You can even set it to receive push notifications for all the breaking news in your area