Where To Eat London’s Most Indulgent Cheese Fries

Where To Eat London’s Most Indulgent Cheese Fries
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Cheese Fries are probably the easiest, most comforting food you eat! Would you agree? Whether they’re drowned in cheese or actually MADE of cheese, London has some unmissable versions you need to check out. Here’s your ultimate list of where to eat London’s most indulgent cheese fries.

1. Cheese, Chips and Gravy, Dip & Flip.

Dip and Flip are famous for their menu dedicated to gravy. We’re talking burgers, patty melts and french dip sandwiches all dipped, soaked and covered in gravy, and yes it is all just as good as it sounds.  Their gravy soaked cheesy chips are part of the menu and add that with a burger plus a milkshake and you’ve got yourself one big, delicious, calorific meal. Their motto is life tastes better dipped in gravy and they’re not wrong!

Cheese, chips and gravy, Dip & Flip: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries

64-68 Atlantic Rd, Brixton, London SW9, www.dipandflip.co.uk

 

2. Cheese Fries, Shakeshack.

Sometimes you don’t want artisan cheese sourced from a mountaintop some where in France. Sometimes you just want that squeezy fake cheese that we’re supposed to think is disgusting but is actually the best thing ever! Shakeshack’s crinkle cut fries are covered in cheesy goodness and with several branches of this popular fast food chain in London, there is no excuse not to find one and fill your face. 

Cheese Fries, Shakeshack: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries 24, Market Building, Piazza, London WC2E 8RD, www.shakeshack.com

 

3. Truffle Frites with Parmesan, Christophers.

Don’t be deceived by the lack of cheese on the fries at Christopher’s in Covent Garden. They’ve been drizzled in truffle oil first, and then dusted with a layer parmesan. The rich truffle oil with the strong, sharp cheese definitely means less is more here. (Yes, those are pancakes in the background because what else goes better with chips, right?)

Truffle fries, Christophers: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries 18 Wellington St, London WC2E 7DD, www.christophersgrill.com

 

4. Oli Baba’s Halloumi Fries, Camden Market.

WHERE’S THE CHEEEEEEE I hear you cry? Well, these photogenic fries are actually MADE of cheese. Yes, you read that correctly – MADE. OF. CHEESE! Oli Baba’s fries havn’t come close to a potato because they are made completely out of halloumi cheese. The cheese is then deep fried and covered in pomegranate syrup, yoghurt and mint. Absolutely delicous! Cheesy chips have just gone all trendy on us and they are seriously good.

Halloumi fries, Oli Baba: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries  32 Camden Lock Pl, London NW1 8AL, www.camdenmarket.com

 

5. Raclette Fries, The Joint.

The Joint are famous for their epic pulled pork burgers but they’ve recently partnered with the Raclette Bros and come up with these epic cheese fries. If you haven’t heard of raclette before it’s a wheel of cheese that is heated up until it’s bubbling and molten and then it’s scraped on to your dish; in this case your fries!  If The Joint weren’t epic enough already this has taken them to a whole new level!

Raclette fries, The Joint: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries 87 Brixton Village Market, Atlantic Road London SW9 8PS, http://thejoint.co

 

6. Super Pommes, Herman Ze German.

These fries are from German fast food joint Herman Ze German – home of the bratwurst sausage. They are covered in melted cheese, topped with a meaty, chilli sausage and squirted with sweet chilli mayo. Great for a quick, hearty bite! The German’s did good.

Bratwurst fries, Hermen ze German: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries 24, 33 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JU, www.hermenzegerman.com

 

7. Fondue Fries, Eat Le Bab.

Who said fondue had to be with bread or potatoes? Eat Le Bab are a Middle Eastern restaurant in central London that do posh kebabs plus their signature fondue fries! The cheese sauce has a strong, mustardy taste and with a slight beer tang to it and comes in a generous pot for dipping. A far cry from a post night out kebab and cheesy chips on a Saturday Night.

Fondue fries, Eat Le Bab: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries
Top Floor, Kingly Court, Carnaby St, Carnaby, London W1B 5PW, www.eatlebab.com 

 

8. Cheese Tater Tots, Burger and Beyond.

Okay, so they aren’t technically fries but they are round potatoes so it’s basically the same thing! Burger and Beyond are one of the top contenders for London’s best burgers and their tater tots are a great accompaniment to them. You can find Burger and Beyond at street markets Dinerama, KERB, Giant Robot, and most recently their own restaurant in East London.

Mac and cheese tater tots, Burger and Beyond: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries   Various locations

 

9. Classic Poutine, The Poutinerie.

We call it cheese, chips and gravy but the Canadian’s call is poutine. This traditional dish is slightly different to what we know it the UK with the Canadian version topped with cheese curds instead of the usual grated stuff. The Poutinerie specialises in this international delicacy and can be found on Brick Lane every Sunday!  

Cheese, chips and gravy, The Poutinerie: Where To Eat London's Most Indulgent Cheese Fries

Brick Lane Market, Shoreditch, London E1 6PU, http://bricklane.org

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. 23rd February 2017 / 10:29 am

    The fondue fries are addictive, I ate way more than fair share when I went. And those halloumi fries look epic, I really need to try them.

    • Not So Basic London
      24th February 2017 / 11:26 pm

      Yes, honestly if your a salty sweet person then you will love them. hope to see you at one of the grub club events. Be good to finally meet you. xx

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