Pennsylvania Restaurant Named One Of The Best For French Fries In America
Do you want fries with that? Tasting Table recently published a list of restaurants with the best French Fries in the country and a Pennsylvania establishment was named.
“From high-end steakhouses and neighborhood brasseries’ to fast food restaurants and even grocery store freezer aisles, fried spuds can be found in just about every type of restaurant or shop across the country,” Tasting Table explains. Their feature is specific to non-fast food restaurants.
French Fries are always a fan favorite whether a side dish, an appetizer, or just a snack. They come in all shapes and sizes. Shoe strings crispy versions, thick-cut steak fries, seasoned curly fries, waffle fries, and even tater tots (are those considered fries, though?).
French Fry Fun Facts
In a 2019 story published by the Daily Meal, they discussed unique facts on French Fries in America. Two of the most fascinating have to do with McDonald’s. “Approximately 7 percent of the potatoes grown in the U.S. meet the same fate: they become McDonald’s French fries,” they said. They later stated that this fast food chains sells one-third of the French Fries consumed in the United States.
Good Bad & Ugly in West Chester
Located at 158 W Gay St. in West Chester, Good Bad & Ugly is closed Monday through Wednesday. This makes their fries even more of a desirable item. French Fries are the featured items on the snack portion of their menu. In fact, you can grab a basket for only $5. In addition, this Pennsylvania restaurant which was recognized for having some of the best French Fries in America, serves a specialty item called “Tap Fries.” This large basket has fries topped with smoked brisket, beer cheese and cheese curds.
“A mélange of textures and decadent flavors, these knife-and-fork french fries are raising the bar on pub grub fare,” Tasting Table concludes.