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The Best Fries in Toronto

The Best Fries in Toronto

The Best Fries in Toronto

Looking for the best fries is Toronto? Look no further. Thick cut. Shoestring. Served with mayo or ketchup. Fried in duck fat. Finished with parmesan. Slathered in gravy and curds. Oh, the options are endless when it comes to French fries. Here are our favourite spots for the best French fries in Toronto.

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1

158 Cumberland St

Bar Reyna

Bar Reyna

This cocktail and snack bar in Yorkville offers a wide array of French fries, with a delineated section on the menu dedicated just to their Mediterranean style fries. Spanning all influences of Mediterranean cuisine, you can choose from Greek, Arabic, Spanish and Italian fries.

3

12 Brant St

Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse

Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse

If you are about to spend a small fortune on a steak, you better believe the sides have to hold their own. The duck fat parmesan fries at Jacobs will compete for your attention.

4

445 Danforth Ave

Messini

Messini

When thinking about the best French fries in Toronto, one might not immediately think of a Greek restaurant, but Greek feta fries deserve their rightful spot on the list. Messini's round feta fries will have you forgetting all about cheese curds.

5

892 Queen St W

Le Swan

Le Swan

The retro-modern French diner in Trinity Bellwoods is the perfect spot to grab a steak-frites. Nothing quite beats a simple classic.

6

1112 Queen St W

Poutini's House of Poutine

Poutini's House of Poutine

If you are doling out some of the city's best poutine, you must have an excellent foundation which to build upon. No matter how many spoonfuls of rich gravy or handfuls of squeaky cheescurds you pile onto your poutine -- an extra crispy french fry is a necessary vessel. Poutini's accomplishes this as one of Toronto's best restaurants for French fries.

7

609 King St W

WVRST

WVRST

This modern German beer hall isn't solely recognized for their wide array of exotic sausages and extensive beer list. The Belgian-style fries at this establishment are worth the trip alone. Served in a heaping pile on a metal baking sheet, the Dirty Duck Fat Fries are a sight to behold. Topped with peppers, jalapeños, onions, curryWVRST sauce and finished with a generous helping of Swiss raclette. This restaurant serves up some of Toronto's best fries.

8

176 Dupont St

The Grand Elvis

The Grand Elvis

Rose and Son's newest venture, The Grand Elvis, is a tribute to old-school America -- with an extravagant flare. The parmesan truffle fries are not simply doused in the oftentimes overdone truffle oil, but receive a generous sprinkle of fresh black truffle shavings. Now, that's the proper way to execute truffle fries.

9

79 Kensington Ave

The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles

The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles

This fried chicken and waffle joint is nothing short of decadent, their Dirty Fries are tossed with house seasoning and generously loaded with cheddar cheese, crispy onions, aioli and chives.

10

163 Spadina Ave 1st Floor

Aloette

Aloette

Served alongside the famed Aloette Burger, this batch of steaming hot and impossibly golden crisp fries are hand-cut fresh -- daily. Its a hard feat to leave even one measly fry on the plate.

11

18 King St E

Beerbistro

Beerbistro

This bistro in the Financial District is widely known as having some of the best French fries in Toronto. The Belgian frites are blanched in both beef tallow and duck fat, adding another level of complexity to the flavour. The fries come with an option to add a side of cheese fondue.

13

1161 Dundas St W

Paris Paris

Paris Paris

This unpretentious wine bar -- with French-inspired offerings -- serves up some seriously good fries. We highly recommend ordering the crispy morsels alongside the restaurant's equally delicious beef tartare.

14

178 Baldwin St

Moo Frites

Moo Frites

This takeout-style spot in Kensington Market specializes in Belgian-style frites. Served in a paper cone, this style of frites requires thick-cut and double-fried potatoes. Moo Frites serves their frites with a wide array of toppings and sauces -- from the classic style to offerings with kimchi and seaweed.

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Looking for the best fries is Toronto? Look no further. Thick cut. Shoestring. Served with mayo or ketchup. Fried in duck fat. Finished with parmesan. Slathered in gravy and curds. Oh, the options are endless when it comes to French fries. Here are our favourite spots for the best French fries in Toronto.

1

158 Cumberland St

Bar Reyna

Bar Reyna

This cocktail and snack bar in Yorkville offers a wide array of French fries, with a delineated section on the menu dedicated just to their Mediterranean style fries. Spanning all influences of Mediterranean cuisine, you can choose from Greek, Arabic, Spanish and Italian fries.

3

12 Brant St

Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse

Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse

If you are about to spend a small fortune on a steak, you better believe the sides have to hold their own. The duck fat parmesan fries at Jacobs will compete for your attention.

4

445 Danforth Ave

Messini

Messini

When thinking about the best French fries in Toronto, one might not immediately think of a Greek restaurant, but Greek feta fries deserve their rightful spot on the list. Messini's round feta fries will have you forgetting all about cheese curds.

5

892 Queen St W

Le Swan

Le Swan

The retro-modern French diner in Trinity Bellwoods is the perfect spot to grab a steak-frites. Nothing quite beats a simple classic.

6

1112 Queen St W

Poutini's House of Poutine

Poutini's House of Poutine

If you are doling out some of the city's best poutine, you must have an excellent foundation which to build upon. No matter how many spoonfuls of rich gravy or handfuls of squeaky cheescurds you pile onto your poutine -- an extra crispy french fry is a necessary vessel. Poutini's accomplishes this as one of Toronto's best restaurants for French fries.

7

609 King St W

WVRST

WVRST

This modern German beer hall isn't solely recognized for their wide array of exotic sausages and extensive beer list. The Belgian-style fries at this establishment are worth the trip alone. Served in a heaping pile on a metal baking sheet, the Dirty Duck Fat Fries are a sight to behold. Topped with peppers, jalapeños, onions, curryWVRST sauce and finished with a generous helping of Swiss raclette. This restaurant serves up some of Toronto's best fries.

8

176 Dupont St

The Grand Elvis

The Grand Elvis

Rose and Son's newest venture, The Grand Elvis, is a tribute to old-school America -- with an extravagant flare. The parmesan truffle fries are not simply doused in the oftentimes overdone truffle oil, but receive a generous sprinkle of fresh black truffle shavings. Now, that's the proper way to execute truffle fries.

9

79 Kensington Ave

The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles

The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles

This fried chicken and waffle joint is nothing short of decadent, their Dirty Fries are tossed with house seasoning and generously loaded with cheddar cheese, crispy onions, aioli and chives.

10

163 Spadina Ave 1st Floor

Aloette

Aloette

Served alongside the famed Aloette Burger, this batch of steaming hot and impossibly golden crisp fries are hand-cut fresh -- daily. Its a hard feat to leave even one measly fry on the plate.

11

18 King St E

Beerbistro

Beerbistro

This bistro in the Financial District is widely known as having some of the best French fries in Toronto. The Belgian frites are blanched in both beef tallow and duck fat, adding another level of complexity to the flavour. The fries come with an option to add a side of cheese fondue.

13

1161 Dundas St W

Paris Paris

Paris Paris

This unpretentious wine bar -- with French-inspired offerings -- serves up some seriously good fries. We highly recommend ordering the crispy morsels alongside the restaurant's equally delicious beef tartare.

14

178 Baldwin St

Moo Frites

Moo Frites

This takeout-style spot in Kensington Market specializes in Belgian-style frites. Served in a paper cone, this style of frites requires thick-cut and double-fried potatoes. Moo Frites serves their frites with a wide array of toppings and sauces -- from the classic style to offerings with kimchi and seaweed.