Most Popular Fast-Food French Fries
Steak 'n Shake
Thin shoestring fries coated in flour/starch keep these fries crisp. Esquire called them "the tiniest, thinnest, and crispiest fast-food fries"
Wendy's Natural Cut Fries
"Natural cut" means... Wendy's keeps the potato skin on after steaming, unlike typical fast-food fries.
Red Robin Bottomless Fries
Red Robin is the only chain with steak fries. Red Robin permits limitless steak fry refills, which isn't ideal for your waistline (among other sides).
Jack in the Box Seasoned Curly Fries
These curly fries have a flour/cornmeal/corn starch covering, but another restaurant offers the greatest.
Popeyes Cajun Fries
These fries are spicy, but they lose their crisp soon, so eat them fast.
Rally's/Checker's Seasoned Fries
The seasoned batter and larger cut make these fries crunchy. These are made from corn starch, flour, spices, and MSG. This is also the mozzarella stick coating.
Five Guys Cajun Fries
Five Guys fries are sloppy and entertaining to eat because of the additional scoop on top.
Chick-fil-A Waffle Fries
Waffle fries are divisive. Some say this fry belongs in a bar, not a fast food eatery. Chick-fil-hatching A's product is popular. These fries have little ingredients.
Arby's Curly Fries
Arby's Curly Fries are unusual and popular. These fries are crispy and flavorful because they're coated with corn starch and seasonings.
McDonald's French Fries
McDonald's fries are king. They're hot, crunchy, and salted just so. Size and texture are uniform. Red and yellow boxes are iconic fast-food french fries.
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