Lord of the Fries
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DISCLAIMER: I was invited by Kathryn from Keep Left (PR Agency for LOTF) to review Lord of the Fries. The meal & drinks were complimentary. My reviews are 100% honest and is based on how I felt about the food & service at the time of visit.
I don’t think I’ve ever done any vegetarian blog post before, and perhaps it’s time to start including more vegetarian eateries!
A vegetarian place that I visit from time to time would be Lord of the Fries (LOTF) for the following reasons:
1. Lord of the Fries have long opening hours, meaning I can visit if I want a snack;
2. One of my good friends, Marlon, works there, and he introduced me to Fries with cheese and gravy! It’s A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
3. LOTF makes vegetarian food taste good!
Burger: Mini Spicy Burger
If you cannot eat an entire burger, then mini burgers are perfect for you! Small enough to fit into your mouth, and also allowing you to eat other things like fries and their sides!
The spicy burger consists of LOTF Patty, which are vegan, gluten free and doesn’t contain garlic and onion, cheese, jalapenos, onion, lettuce, chilli mayo and spicy ketchup.
The buns are soft and fluffy, whilst the patty is moist. Of course one should not expect that the patty has a chewy meaty consistency that you get with a meat patty, but you can definitely expect a moist patty with crisp edges!
For those who follow my blog on a regular basis, will know that I have a tolerance on chilli, so for me this burger wasn’t too spicy even with the jalapenos, chilli mayo and spicy ketchup.
Fries: w/ Skhug Hot Sauce
The fries at LOTF are made from 100% Aussie grown potatoes and are cooked with sunflower and cottonseed oil.
The best thing with LOTF is getting to choose their large variety of sauces to go with the fries. My personal favourite would be the French Canadian which comes with shredded cheese and hot gravy, which was something my friend Marlon had introduced to me.
When I visited LOTF, I was recommended to try out their sauce of the month, which is a sauce from Yemen, called Skhug hot sauce.
Skhug hot sauce is a vegan sauce made from chilli, tomato, garlic, olive oil, coriander, parsley, lemon, herbs and spices.
I really like this sauce as it’s slightly spicy and tangy, and is probably a healthier alternative to the cheese and gravy ;)
– 100% Vegetarian, Aussie Owned, Halal & Kosher;
– Long opening hours;
– A lot of options to choose from – burgers, nuggets, onion rings, and fries with different sauces to choose from;
– Fast and friendly service.