#GetFried: A french fry revolution comes to Houston

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#GetFried: A french fry revolution comes to Houston

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#GetFried Fry Cafe, a quick-serve restaurant franchise that offers a variety of gourmet topped French fries, is open in Houston, and it’s a perfect mall destination.

#GetFried is known for its gourmet topped French fries, which all start with one of six styles of fries that are personalized with more than 20 sauces, seasonings and protein options. In addition to their signature baskets like the ‘716,’ made with shredded chicken, buffalo sauce and blue cheese, they also offer other finger food favorites such as Waffle Fry Sliders and chicken fingers. #getfried also recently introduced Dutch-style frites that are served in a paper cone with a dipping sauce, a nod to the culture that inspired the concept.

I got to stop in for a visit for my Houston Food Guide and I loved the idea of customizing my own fries in almost endless ways. I took a few liberties, and they came out great. keep scrolling for my recommendations.

The choices at #GetFried

You have lots of choices at #GetFried, truly endless combinations. I wanted to get a few things I liked, so I stuck to some suggestions by the staff, and also created my own.

The Southern Comfort

The Southern Comfort felt like an appropriate choice for rodeo season. Hand-cut fries with BBQ on top is a great choice. I really appreciated the freshness, and crispiness of the fries. We didn’t need to add any additional seasoning to these fries. They were already perfect! They’re definitely “well-done” in terms of fry time, but it works perfectly. The crunch outside, and the soft inside work together perfectly. I always have to ask for my fries well-done when I go to other restaurants, so I loved that these came out that way right off the bat.

Pizza Logs

#GetFried doesn’t just have fries, it also has some other menu items that hit the spot. Pizza logs were one. Imagine if a mozzarella stick had pepperoni in it. This would be it. It’s just as good as it sounds.

Texas Cheese Fries (with a little twist)

Get Fried Texas Cheese Fries

I love cheese fries, and I decided to put a little twist on the Texas Cheese Fries. I went for waffles fries instead of the fresh hand-cut, and added white queso instead of nacho cheese. They topped it with generous pieces of bacon and chive. Maybe if enough of you guys order it, they’ll add it to the menu and call it the “Hangry Woman”!

Overall, I loved this restaurant. I’ve never been used to this level of quick food in the Mall, and #GetFried does it very well. Give it a visit!


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