What’s your favorite type of fry? From traditional cut to waffle to curly, you can definitely find them in H-Town. Here, fries can also be loaded with savory ingredients like brisket, chicken, pork, kimchi, cheese and more! Read on for our list of our must-try fries in Houston.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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OH MY GOGI

Korean and Mexican flavors come together for an “oh my” explosion in every bite. Oh My Gogi food truck is roaming Houston offering sandwiches, quesadillas, tacos, dumplings, and today’s star, french fries. They have five creative french fry combinations to choose from. We recommend their OMG! fries loaded with Korean beef and colby jack cheese. You can find their weekly schedule on their Instagram and website.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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BAR BOHEME 

Satisfy your french fry craving in style while sitting in a 6,000 square foot garden surrounded by Shona stone sculptures from Zimbabwe. Bar Boheme is quietly nestled in Montrose offering cocktails, beer, wine, and food. When a dish comes out and the entire table screams out to their excitement, you know it’s the Vietnamese Fries drizzled with hoisin sauce, sriracha and garlic mayo. We also recommend ordering the Bangkok Style, which adds more flavors and smoked pork shoulder. 

THE BURGER JOINT

Although burgers might be their stand-out menu item, The Burger Joint’s bacon-parm fries are a must-add to your meal. Located in Montrose, this spot provides a modern twist to every old burger joint’s nostalgia. Pro tip, pair your fries with a boozy shake infused with 8th Wonder Brewery’s Rocket Fuel.

THE FRENCH FRY HOUSE 

Who said french fries had to be a side dish? The French Fry House. This hidden gem, located in Third Ward, provides a menu made for fry-lovers with a side of Boudin Egg Rolls. Choose from fry dishes like Buffalo Chicken, Shrimp & Crawfish Étouffée and beyond. Don’t forget to ask about their fry of the month!

DAK & BOP

Local Korean-inspired restaurant, Dak & Bop not only offers some of the best Korean fried chicken, but they offer an incredible selection of fries too. We recommend ordering their OG Kimchi Fries with caramelized kimchi, hoisin sauce, kombak sauce, candied gochujang sauce, green onions, cilantro, sesame seeds and choice of adding bulgogi to share with friends. Other selections include Korean Curry Fries with butter chicken, Seoul Fries with braised pork butt and Poutine with bulgogi. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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TUBS POUTINE

Get a taste of Canada when you visit Tubs Poutine on the west side of town. In addition to the classic poutine with fries, cheese curds and gravy, Tubs Poutine has over five different poutines for you to try. The most popular is the Smoked BBQ Brisket Poutine (because Texas) with house-smoked brisket, house-made chipotle-BBQ sauce, cheese curds, shredded cheddar, sautéed onions, roasted corn, pickled jalapenos, and crunchy pickle chips. Love seafood? Make sure to treat yourself to their Succulent Lobster Poutine!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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EATSIE BOYS

At Eatsie Boys, all eyes are on the fries. This food truck at 8th Wonder Brewery serves up popular fries like their 'Straight Up' waffle fries, Buffalo Chicken Fries and S.L.A.B. Fries with Big Daddy Karne’s pulled pork, shredded cheddar, diced tomatoes, jalapeños, pickled onions and layered with drizzled bbq sauce and ranch dressing. If you love spicy foods, we recommend trying their Elote Fries with buttered corn, cotija cheese, hot sauce, mayo and of course, hot cheeto crumble!

WOKKER

Curly fries anyone? You can find them at this Asian-Texan fusion restaurant. Their Brisket Curly Fries blends Texan and Asian flavors like mesquite brisket, cheese, spicy aioli and tamarind to create the perfect comfort food. These are definitely must-try fries in Houston!