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|Place of origin||Madrid|
Patatas bravas (Spanish: [paˈtataz ˈβɾaβas]), also called patatas a la brava or papas bravas, all meaning "spicy potatoes", is a dish native to Spain. It typically consists of white potatoes that have been cut into 2-centimeter (0.79 in)-wide cubes, then fried in oil and served warm with a spicy sauce. This dish is commonly served in restaurants and bars in Madrid, and throughout Spain as part of tapas.
The same sauce is sometimes served over mussels. This dish is known as mejillones en salsa brava.