The 10 Best French Fries in Oklahoma!
French fries—the perfect pairing with a juicy burger, scrumptious sandwich, or totally delectable all on their own. Whether you prefer the crispy classic kind, the sweet potato variety, or something completely unique, here are 10 of the best places to enjoy them in Oklahoma!
Granted, a sushi restaurant is probably not the first place you think of when you want French fries, but the house cut sweet potatoes are absolutely wonderful. They’re battered in tempura and served with chili soy sauce and wasabi mayo.
This German restaurant serves up free duck fat fries from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday with any food purchase. The golden-brown fries are sprinkled with coarse salt and don’t even need sauce because they just taste so darned good.
Pop’s might be known as a soda ranch, but the food is pretty good, for it being a small little diner. Order a serving of fries to share between the table.
Tucker’s makes its burgers from the finest ingredients and it wouldn’t do to serve up frozen fries. The potatoes are carefully selected, hand-cut, blanched and fried in peanut oil.
Murphy’s calls itself a steakhouse, but you’ll want to get the hot hamburger, toast topped with a chopped-up burger, French fries and rich, dark beef gravy. It’s a great tradition dating back to 1946.
Fat Guy’s might be known for burgers, but the ballpark fries are considered the best in the state, according to Business Insider. The restaurant offers 15 different dipping sauces, from ranch, parmesan peppercorn to volcano and jalapeno aioli.
Spoon University named S&B’s French fries as the best in the state. You can order fries as a side, or go for a plate of smothered fries with amplified flavor. Try sweet potato fries covered with peanut butter and bacon or go for crispy fries tossed in a garlic sauce and covered with parmesan cheese.
The Cherry Street district has some awesome restaurants that serve up some delicious food. The hand-cut fries at Lucky’s are wonderful, but the sweet potato fries are also quite good. It might be hard to choose.
Poutine might not be the most popular dish in Oklahoma, but The Mule does it right, with French fries, white gravy and Watonga cheese curds. Go for the “Big Ass Poutine” which adds over-easy eggs, bacon and siracha to the regular version.
Upgrade your order of fries by covering them with melted cheddar cheese and bacon at this great hangout in Ardmore. Check the calendar for its special events to enjoy some music or entertainment while you’re in the area.