If you love fries, you’re in for a treat. An all French fry chain restaurant concept is slated to open on November 15th, the first of many that may start popping up in the west coast.
There are two kinds of fries – Angels and Saints. Angels are classic fries topped with condiments that range from traditional ketchup to more unique flavors from around the world, like the Garlic Parmesan with Black Truffle Salt. The sweet potato fries, called Saints, are served either salty or with sweet toppings like cinnamon and sugar, caramel, and pumpkin spice. There are also six ethereal salts to choose from like Aussie Chicken Salt & Ghost Pepper Salt, the hottest salt in the world! There are over 50 different flavors, although not all of them are available at all locations.
The Story: Scott Nelowet, the founder of French Fry Heaven, created the business concept while vacationing in Europe with his wife, Jennifer, and her parents. He soon discovered the popularity of French Fry vendors serving Belgian-style fries in cones at street corners everywhere with toppings like mayonnaise and vinegar. FYI… Belgian style fries are thick-cut and fried twice, making them extra crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside! It’s heaven for your taste buds!
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