McDonald's iconic thin French fries have been a favorite since the chain's inception, always hot, crispy, and fresh.
Five Guys' hand-cut fries are cooked in peanut oil for crispiness and fluffiness with a hint of salt.
Shake Shack's crinkle-cut fries are seasoned with salt and pepper, cooked to order, and served hot and crispy, with a delectable potato flavor.
In-N-Out's fries are freshly cut daily from whole potatoes, cooked in vegetable oil, and have a distinct potato flavor, crispy texture, and a hint of saltiness.
Chick-fil-A's waffle fries are a twist on the classic French fry, with a crispy texture, slightly sweet taste, and soft, fluffy interior.
Arby's curly fries are a fan favorite for their fun shape and crispy texture. They're seasoned with a blend of spices that gives them a slightly spicy flavor.
Wendy's natural cut fries have a distinct potato flavor, are cooked with the skin on, and are crispy with a slight saltiness.
Jack in the Box
Jack in the Box's seasoned curly fries are a popular menu item with a crispy, curly texture and a slightly spicy flavor from the blend of spices used for seasoning.
Carl's Jr. Hardee's
Carl's Jr. Hardee's natural cut fries are cooked to a crispy golden brown, lightly seasoned with salt, and have a delicious potato flavor from being made with whole potatoes.
Checkers Rally's seasoned fries are a fan favorite with a crispy texture, unique seasoning blend, slightly spicy taste, and a delicious potato flavor.