1885 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC, V5N 4A6
If you’re looking to cheat on your low carb diet, look no further than Belgian Fries.
|Cuisine Type |||Fast Food|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner, Dessert|
|Amenities |||Take-out, Beer & Wine, Local Favorites|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Interac|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver Lower Mainland|
|Getting There |||Bus #20 Downtown|
|Cross Street |||E 2nd Avenue|
|Mon – Sun: 10am-10pm|
Profile Last Updated: August 26, 2008
This casual eatery is famous for its delicious fresh fries made with local potatoes. These aren’t your run-of-the-mill fast food French fries, either. The servings are huge and the taste packs quite a punch. Fries are served in a cone with a choice of 15 dips and sauces. Take your pick from chipotle mayo, hot peanut satay or even sauce imported from Holland. For a vegetarian-friendly option, order their fries with vegetarian gravy. Be sure to try Belgian Fries’ award-winning poutine. Who can resist hot fries covered with cheese curds and slathered with gravy? It doesn’t get more Canadian than this.
Not just spuds
Belgian Fries’ menu also features a wide range of diner-style food. Discover the taste of Quebec by adding a side of poutine to the burgers, hot dogs or fish. C’est délicieux! The prices are cheap and it’s a fun place to bring the whole family.
After all those fries, burgers and drinks, you’ll want to end your meal with the dessert to end all desserts. The legendary battered and deep-fried Mars bar is just what it sounds like, and is served with raspberry sauce and whipped cream. The dessert, which was first reportedly sold in Scotland, can’t be found in many restaurants. It’s a decadent treat that’s sure to fulfill your sweet tooth. So stop counting those calories and succumb to the mouth-watering aromas of Belgian Fries.