What is your favorite food? The question that everyone loves to answer. But for me the food that I love the most is French fries .Because of its attractive taste that satisfies my taste buds. Whenever I watch movies or having a late snack session with my friends. Now a day French fries has different flavors like cheese, corn, barbecue and etc. But why is it that the French fries are most in demand food in the market.
Nathan's Famous is, well, famous for hot dogs, but their fries are also worth a try—and perhaps that’s what they actually want you to do, as each order of their crinkle-cut fries comes with a red plastic fork. The golden-brown chunks piled up high on a cardboard tray adds some points presentation-wise. Some pieces sport toasted edges, though don’t expect to hear a crunch with every bite. The fry, while not too greasy, reveals a crumbly, mushy texture inside. The thickness of the cut, while welcome, only highlights that their fries lack a little in the salt department. But for its serving size and the price, Nathan's Famous fries is filling in itself—it’s quite a struggle to finish a regular tray—just make sure to dip it in ketchup for added flavor. Plus, the fork-and-fry novelty's too fun to pass up!
This cinema-snack staple is known for potato snacks offering four kinds of “frites” served in a shallow white cup, making it convenient to snack on just about anywhere. Their Classic Belgian Frites are cooked upon order, so you know you really get French fries that are fresh off the fryer. Each serving is a cup full of small, brighter-than-usual potato pieces that initially taste a bit salty yet become just a bit sweet in the mouth. Consider yourself lucky if you find a couple of crispy ones in the mix, as majority of the fries are soft but not all-out soggy, before you hit the bottom of the cup in minutes. The smallest order comes with one dip, though it’s tasty enough on its own, you wouldn’t even remember they threw it in the bag.
You could say that an order of Cavendish Fries from Landers Central, found in every Landers Superstore in the Metro, is what you'd expect typical French fries to look like. They’re thinly sliced, evenly salted, and fried to golden-ish perfection, though the potato flavor is on the mild side. Most of the pieces lean towards soggy, but not to the point of them being inedible. It comes in a rectangular box, so the experience is almost like getting popcorn out of a bucket, which also makes it easy for you to take some home—but then, why would you do that?
This quick-service chain’s fries look pale at first glance, especially since they stick out of a bright red container. But you won’t fixate on its color for too long, as your eyes wander to the word “crispy” printed on its packaging. And so you think about what they mean by crispy, which the fries live up to. Munch on a piece too long and it actually borders on mealy up until you finish it, which is oddly satisfying. Their fries have a mild potato taste balanced by some saltiness, though you might detect a bit of sweetness in there, too. Jollibee's take on fries aren’t too oily, but they would’ve ranked higher if they were consistently served freshly cooked.
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