Top 10 Best French Fries In The U.S.

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Fries are great with burgers, chicken tenders, and hot dogs. Having a great fry is vital for on-the-go dining.

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 1. potato Wedges, KFC

They have a crunchy outside and a soft interior. Not all potatoes are cooked properly, and others are still rock hard inside.

2. seasoned Fries, Taco Bell


Biggest launch ever for Taco Bell. Served with nacho cheese. While the flavour is strong, these fries are still crunchy.

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3. Classic Fries, McDonald’s.

They use dairy to add flavour and crispiness. It would be great if McDonald's could keep its deliciousness while becoming vegan.

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4. Waffle Fries, Chick-fil-A.

Their consistency is what sets them apart from the rest of the pack. Arby's had the runner-up spot for consistency, but they use a pretty solid seasoning blend.

 5. Curly Fries, Arby’s.


Arby's Fries Are Among The Best In The Business. I Wish Every Potato Came Out Of The Fryer Perfectly Spiralled. Those Who Don't Are, Well, Regular Fries.

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 6. Crinkle Cut Fries, Shake Shack.

No Soggy Frying For Them. Their Salt Is Stronger Than Fast Food. So Much For Burger Sidekick. They're A Great Road Fried Snack.

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7.  Natural Cut Fries, Wendy’s.

They're bigger than regular fries, but the potato interior stays fluffy. This spud's combo of sizzling fries and cold Frosty is my favourite.

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8. Cajun Fries, Popeyes.

Popeyes fries are crispier than Five Guys' Cajun spuds. The creamy interior is lost as the fries cook longer. This is a wonderful and undervalued side dish.

 9. Crinkle Cut Fries, Del Taco.

Del Taco doesn't get every fry perfect, and many come out on the soggy side. But the crunchy ones that you do get are worth milling through the wet ones to enjoy.

10. Cajun Fries, Five Guys

The fries steam each other and lose their crunch as a result, but are still pretty tasty.

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