Yes, I know. The fast-food chain's name sounds like that book by William Golding, but I promise there is nothing vicious here. All the food is 100% vegetarian, and can be made vegan when requested. All the burgers and fries have generous proportion, using good quality ingredients such as real green lettuce leaves (not a piece of cheap and bland iceberg leaf you normally associate with fast food burgers), good quality frying oil and tasty well-made rich sauces.
We tried those:
Spicy: this one is quite spicy. It has a vegan beef burger, green lettuce, onion, jalapenos with spicy tomato sauce and chili mayonnaise. If you enjoy authentic Thai food and Indian food, you will absolutely love this one, and eat it happily with or without tears in your eyes. I definitely cried a bit. Ok, I admit, I am not good at tolerating chili.
Chick'n: very meaty and nice-textured faux chicken burger, topped with mayonnaise and mustard sauce. If you want something chewy but not spicy, this is an excellent choice.
Sweet potato fries: absolutely one of my favorites! I generally prefer sweet potato to ordinary potato, so whenever I could choose from the two, I will choose sweet potato. Those sticks are very crispy, sweet and soft inside.
Shoe string French fries: crispy, golden and slightly salted, your classic choice of fries.
Parisian sauce: if you're bored by the ordinary cheap ketchup in the bag to go with your fries, try some of those delicious alternatives, such as the aioli garlic mayonnaise.
Lord of the Fries definitely offers one of the best vegan burgers and fries I’ve ever tasted. I so missed it after I left Australia. If only one day they expands to every corner of the world! So no matter where I am, I would never run out of my beloved sweet potato fries when I crave it. So even this is not the healthiest option, I urge you to try them, because they’re really good!
Multiple locations, please check their website for the address, phone number and opening hours.