Are what we, in the US, call French fries a universal food? Read through Afar magazine's article “13 Ways to Eat Fries Around the World” a sampling of how French fries are represented around the world and then decide.
You’ll find Curry fries in Ireland, fries with fish in the UK, with eggs in an omelet in Tanzania. For fries with history look to Belgium that’s been serving frites (fries) since the 1600’s. Today they're served with a dash of mayo for dipping,
We all know that enjoying the local cuisine is a highlight of any voyage. What version of ‘french fries” will you try next? And which one will be your favorite?