Succeeding a much-anticipated wait, Lord of the Fries has finally arrived. After hearing many ranting reviews of this place from people who have been interstate, I hurried myself down to the venue to see what all they hype was about and I can tell you this much I definitely agree with everything I have heard.
As a vegetarian with several food intolerances and a husband who is lactose intolerant, we are basically left with mostly vegan food choices when out and about and those of you who live a similar scenario will know that there isn't a whole lot around Adelaide, even though options are improving. Imagine our happiness having the chance to visit Lord of the Fries, where the restaurant is solely vegan and vegetarian food with an amazing variety (which is also a rarity) of food options. Other selling points that had us sold was the fact that they used home grown and fresh produce and the ethical process in delivering this food is award winning.
The food menu consists of options including fries, burgers, hot dogs with sides of sauces, onion rings, phish, nuggets and vegan shakes.
Our attention was immediately drawn to the 'Parma' burger. The burger was an amazing combination of veg chick'n patty with a flavourful Napoli sauce, vegan cheese, and soy bacon. To top up our meal, we decided to share an onion rings munch box, where the onion rings actually contained onion in its unprocessed form (another rarity I know!). We stuck to our favourite type of fries - shoestring where there was an option out of four. We left Lord of the Fries with the intention to return quite soon, a happy pocket, a full belly and lastly no oily food hangover feeling that we usually experience every time we consume a vegan/veggie burger.