Best Fast Food French Fries To Try On National French Fry Day

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Besides today being Friday the 13th normally meaning bad luck and 000 today is also National French Fry Day. That’s right, July 13th every year is the day dedicated solely towards beloved french fries. This staple side to every burger, sandwich, or really anything comes in so many different flavors, shapes, and drive-through windows.

Almost every single fast food restaurant has their versions of the All-American side dish of french fries. From the ever so classic McDonald’s fries to the west coast essential In-N-Out hand cut fries, we found the best fast food french fries for you to try out on this #cheatmeal worthy day.


Waffle Fries, Chick-fil-A

Whenever you think of Chick-fil-A, you automatically think of their chicken sandwich, and waffle cut french fries. Their french fries are only made with two ingredients canola oil and sea salt to give them their ever so addicting flavor.


Natural Cut Fries, Wendy’s

A few years back Wendy’s introduced their natural cut sea salt fries to their menu, and boy are they tasty. “Everyone has fries, but no one does them like Wendy’s,” from Wendy’s website. “You’ve had fries. Now try some real fries.”


Five Guys Style Fries, Five Guys

Where most fast food restaurants make their fries a side dish, Five Guys dedicates their fries to their own meal. Their fries are cooked twice for a crispy outside and soft inside in pure, no cholesterol, 100% peanut oil. They offer them in a standard Five Guys style fry flavor as well as a kicked up Cajun style flavor.


Classic Fries, McDonald’s

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Who hasn’t had their fair share of the world famous McDonald’s french fries in their life? Whether you think they are the best fast food fries or not, everyone has tried these iconic fries. Now with 0 trans fat per serving, does that mean McDonald’s fries are “healthy?” Yeah right!


Potato Wedges, KFC

Now, most people don’t run to KFC for their potato wedges, but they are delicious. Being one of the only fast food restaurants service potato wedges you have to give them a try. “Seasoned with a blend of herbs and spices so good they’ll drive a wedge between you and the common french fry forever.”


Curly Fries, Arby’s

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Also known as “the meats of the field,” Arby’s curly fries are one of a kind. Their curled shapes and sizes make them stand out among their fellow fast food fries. Whether you enjoy roast beef sandwiches or not, Arby’s has one thing everyone loves, and that’s curly fries.


Crinkle Cut Fries, Shake Shack

Even though Shake Shack isn’t found everywhere, if you have one near you, you know what the hype is all about. Their crinkle cut fries are always cooked to perfection. They even offer a side of cheese fries topped with cheddar and American cheese sauce for the ultimate cheesy fries side.


Classic Fries, Burger King

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Even though Burger King is almost as famous as McDonald’s, their french fries are entirely different. Their thick and crispy texture mixed with their soft potato inside makes them a contender for the best fast food french fries on the market.


Thin ‘n Crispy Fries, Steak ‘n Shake

When you think of Steak ‘n Shake fries what comes to mind first? For most, it’s their thin and crispy look and the fact they’re always given to you on a big plate. Steak ‘n Shake offers their original Thin ‘n Crispy fries along with cheese fries and chili cheese fries.


Hand Cut Fries, In-N-Out

Even though In-N-Out burger is typically found on the West coast if you ever get a chance to go order their fries. Their always fresh and hand cut to perfection and cooked in 100% sunflower oil. Want to be even more basic? Snap a pic of your In-N-Out fries for all your friends to see.


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