10 Sinfully Good Fries That Are Worth Every Calorie

If perfectly salted, golden-brown fries rate as your go-to side, these over-the-top fries smothered in toppings beyond your wildest imagination will have you munching your way to food nirvana. Here at SHOUT, we’ve sussed out 10 fries in Singapore so good they rival their burger mains themselves. Count your blessings, never your calories.
1. Naughty Fries @ Potato Head Folk

Freshly fried, hand-cut chips drenched in spicy bearnaise sauce, tangy beef chilli and parmesan? If you are going to sin, sin well. Paired with Friday night cocktails, this elaborate side of Naughty Fries ($10) at Potato Head Folk makes the perfect bar snack.
Address: 36 Keong Saik Road, 089143
Hours: 11AM – 2AM
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2. Kimchi Carnitas Fries @ Vatos Urban Tacos
The Kimchi Carnitas fries ($16) at mexican joint Vatos Urban Tacos is an ingenious fusion of Korean kimchi and shoestring fries. It abounds in bold and zesty flavours – think tender-braised, Korean-style pork sitting in a basket of fries that are further piled on with kimchi and generous dollops of melted cheese, sour cream, hot sauce and cilantro.
Address: 36 Beach Rd, Singapore 189677
Hours: 12 – 11PM
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3.  Poutine @ NINJA BOWL

Poutine ($14) is essentially a bowl of fries in cream cheese and gravy, and NINJA BOWL has taken this Canadian dish a notch higher by adding tender braised beef chunks into their gravy-laden adaption.
Address: 15 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089481
Hours: 930AM – 730PM (Mon-Fri), 9AM – 6PM (Sat-Sun)
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4. S’mores Fries @ Wolf Burgers

Meet the Asian adaptation of chilli cheese fries – the Char Siew Chili fries ($7). This Asian-inspired side is served with housemade char siew ragout, complete with sour cream and jalapeño salsa – a must-try at Redpan.
Address: 6, Raffles Boulevard, #02-03/04 Marina Square, 039594
Hours: 10AM – 10PM
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6. Bulgogi Fries @ Chicken Up

Korean chicken aside, save your stomach for a side of Bulgogi Fries ($12) on your next visit to Chicken Up. Buried beneath the nest of golden fries lies tender, bite-sized soy marinated beef.  This protein-packed grub is then topped with a generous amount of mayonnaise and spring onions.
Address: 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-01, Singapore 088469 | 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-44 Century Square, Century Square, 529509 | Blk 277C Compassvale Link, #01-13 (Unit No.2A), 543277 | 80 Marine Parade Road, #01-10, 449269
Hours: 11AM – 10PM
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7. Chili Crab Cheese Fries @ Loof

Inspired by local flavours, Loof’s mean bowl of Chili Crab Fries ($14) has been heralded as one of the best fries in town. Fried to a glistening golden brown, the chunky potatoes slices are gloriously crowned in a layer of gooey cheddar cheese and further blanketed by a scoop of chili crab sauce.
Address: 331 North Bridge Road, #03-07 Odeon Towers Extension Rooftop, Odeon Towers, 188720
Hours: 5PM – 1AM
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8. Chili Cheese Fries @ Boufe 

Beneath Boufe’s dainty and minimalist exterior lies a terrifying, artery-clogging plate of Chili Cheese Fries ($13) overflowing with nacho cheese and spicy minced beef – sinful has officially taken on a whole new meaning.
Address: 308 Tanglin Rd, Phoenix Park, #01-01, Phoenix Park, 2479
Hours: 8AM – 10PM
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9.  Truffle Wicked Fries & Gravy @ Spuds & Aprons

The Truffle Wicked Fries & Gravy ($13) is essentially truffle fries on crack. These steakhouse cut fries at Spuds & Aprons are obscenely served with seven different types of melted cheese.
Address: 109 Mount Faber, Level 2, Singapore 099203
Hours: 12 – 11PM
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10. Truffle Floss Fries @ Redpan

For truffle fries with a twist, Redpan’s Truffle Floss fries ($8) is served with a combo of golden chicken floss drizzled with sweet mayonnaise, truffle aioli and chives.
Address: 6, Raffles Boulevard, #02-03/04 Marina Square, 039594
Hours: 11AM – 10PM
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