Truffle fries review ADHD version: Try them immediately. Most fancier burger spots will sell them. Beware of over cooked or soggy ones though. Yesterday, I was sitting with a few friends about to enjoy a juicy burger when I was brought the appetizers menu. I wasn’t really feeling onion rings or basic fries, so I knew I had to get the truffle fries. I paid $6 for about 1.5 cups of fries – a little on the pricy side compared to basic fries, but very worth it. Most truffle fries are made with regular french fries and topped delicious truffle oil, Parmesan cheese, and sometimes some rosemary and other spices. You can be creative with your dipping sauces. I used the sauce it came with, which was like a mayonnaise based sauce. When these killer fries are done right (not soggy or overdone) and they are paired with a big, fat juicy burger, life can get no better. So, go out and try some truffle fries today. Yard House restaurants offer them and a lot of smaller burger places in your area will probably carry them. Have you tried truffle fries? What are your thoughts? Take Our Poll The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts mark Latest posts by mark (see all) Pizzeria Bianco Review: Is it really the best pizza in America? - December 10, 2013 Truffle Fries Review - December 5, 2013 Breaking News! Jack In The Box to Release Fajita Ranch Melt Sourdough Sandwich - December 3, 2013 3 Responses Sohil Memon December 11th, 2013 Awesome Brenda, my mouth is watering and want to try it out as early as possible. Thanks for the “Watering Review” 😀 Reply Ronald December 23rd, 2013 Looks very good Brenda. Thanks a lot for this great truffle fries review. Iwish you a merry christmas. Reply SM January 9th, 2014 Brenda, it’s looks yummy yummy! I will try at least 2 – 3 dishes once. Thanks for yummy food mam! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.