Lord of the Fries

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110 Williams St, Perth, Western Australia, 6000

Fast food franchise. Menu offers breakfast, burgers, hot dogs, nuggets and onion rings, shakes, and chips with a variety of sauces. Open Mon-Tue 9:00am-10:00pm, Wed-Thu 9:00am-12:00am, Fri 9:00am-2:00am, Sat 9:00am-3:00am, Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Ovo, American, Western, Fast food, Take-out

16 Reviews

First Review by balupton

Not great, but glad to have the vegan option - Edit

Burgers and hot dogs are mediocre at best. The shake I had was good and the onion rings are great!

Pros: location, onion rings

Cons: eggs on menu, lots of white bread, core products not great

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VEGAN fast food - Edit

A great option for vegan fast food! Definitely not the healthiest but sometimes you need that greasy burger or hot dog on a late night.

Pros: Fast, Good Service

Cons: Not the healthiest option

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Perths first real vegan fast-food - Edit

perfect location and opening hours for getting a vegan fast-food meal in the city after clubbing, not too far to walk from northbridge either. this is exactly what the citys been missing.

however... food is just fast food. it tastes like... fast food: greasy and fattening. which may be great at 12AM when you're stoned as hell, but that's about it.

i recommend the original burger and fries with euro mayo sauce. hot dogs are pretty good too.

Pros: great location and opening hours, friendly staff, lots of choices

Cons: greasy and fatty!, no seating

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LOTF - Edit

I'll be honest I'm not usually a Lord of the Fries fan. I ate at a couple of their locations in Melbourne and was disappointed with the service and the food. This LOTF though? This one's great! The people working there were lovely, The burgers and fries I ordered were hot, properly put together, and had the sauces that I ordered. This place is definitely worth a visit whilst you're in Perth!

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fast easy comfort food - Edit

If you are looking for junky comfort food then this is exactly what you need.
The Parmo burger was just what I wanted, all be it a wee bit soggy!
Great fries and fast delivery so all in all really good

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Great fast food place - Edit

Burgers taste great but the staff reguraly gets orders wrong so be sure to double check before you move on. For a place that calls itself "LORD of the Fries" the fries are pretty mediocre. Best burger is the Fish burger and the Original with added tomato. A big con is the lack of seating.

Pros: Good taste, Great fish burger and big mac

Cons: Fries are mediocre , No place to sit

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Chips were okay - Edit

Hotdog and Melbourne burger were dry and bland. Still junk food.

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No Fuss Comfort Food - Edit

Any Perth locals who have had the opportunity to eat at Lord of the Fries in Melbourne or Sydney will know pretty much what to expect.

Lord of the Fries doesn't pretend to be health food, and nor should it. Sometimes as a vegan or vegetarian, all one wants is a hearty mock meat burger or hot dog, chased down with some hot chips and the sauce of your choice. This is where LoTF delivers. It's not gourmet, it's not a sublime experience in the art of vegan cooking- but it doesn't have to be to hit the spot.

The major pitfall of this as the one and only WA location for the franchise is that there is no seating available at all. In a CBD with very little in the way of public seating, this can pose a major problem for customers. Hopefully this location will prove successful enough for them to expand to a store with room for seating- even if it's just a bar and some stools.

Pros: Consistent food quality, Just right for a junk food hit

Cons: No available seating, Small storefront on a crowded street

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Vegan Junk Food central - Edit

Prices are a lil more than i love but for most people they'll be fine. Good sized burgers and serving sizes, good range of sauces and solid sides. Tasty and open times are perfect.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-09

Pros: tasty, open times, serving size

Cons: no where to sit, paying for sauces

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Glad to have LOTF in Perth! - Edit

My excitement was real when I heard that Lord of the Fries was opening up a store in Perth, and at that, centrally in the city!

When I went I ordered an original "beef" burger, topped with cheese, lettuce, sliced onion, tangy pickle, Belgian Mayo, mustard and ketchup, veganised by replacing the cheese with vegan cheese, and an amazing peanut butter milkshake. The meal was a bit more expensive than I thought it would be, but still worth buying.

The burger and milkshake tasted a lot like a "normal" burger and milkshake would do, but doesn't leave you feeling as sluggish and gross as it is genuinely slightly healthier than the animal version.

Although I wouldn't regularly consume (as it is unhealthy) I would go to LOTF to get my junk food fix in times of need, as well as being a handy option when in the city centre as there are very few options there.

One of the biggest cons is that there is no seating, but I guess there are lots of spaces to sit in the city itself, albeit not as comfortable as sitting in a café/restaurant would be.

Pros: Vegan junk food!!, Tastes really good

Cons: No seating, A bit more expensive than expected

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Lord of the Fries - Edit

I was mentioned this place as being vegan friendly! All I saw was many types of meaty burgers, not even sure if the fries are cooked in a good plant based oil. I don't know why it was posted on this site. certainly may have a lentil burger didn't see that yesterday. Nothing vegan here. I found better options to spend my money to support more vegan places.

Pros: nothing vegan here, cooked in vegan appliances ??

Cons: Certainly NOT vegan, Standing on the pavement eating??

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ProfessorXVX 09 Dec 2016 - All burgers, dogs, nuggets and fries are vegan. What appears to be meat isn't at all. Just make sure to ask for it vegan because they do offer dairy cheese for vegetarians.  


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Vegan fast food in Perth - Edit

Hits the spot when you're after junk food that doesn't hurt any animals.

I love that almost everything can be made vegan if you ask for vegan cheese.

No cow's milk used for coffees either, so ovo-lacto vegos beware your coffee will come with soy.

Pros: Vegan junk food, Cheap, Lots of vegan options

Cons: Vegan options not clearly marked, As unhealthy as you expect, Nowhere to sit

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10/10 vegan fast food - Edit

I love this place!

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Vegan fast food - Edit

If fast food is what you're looking for, lord of the fries is where you'll find it. Everything is vegetarian and can be made vegan (the vegan cheese is soo good), and they're open late late on Friday and Saturday nights, perfect after a night out! The burgers are delicious, the chips (with so many sauce options!) are great, and the onion rings are fantastic. It is NOT healthy food, it is delicious, unhealthy vegan junk food, which is sometimes exactly what you need!

Pros: Vegan fast food, Central location, Poutine fries

Cons: No seating

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Not bad. - Edit

There is A LOT of hype about this place. I have been 3 times, trying different food each time - the food is alright, not bad, but nothing special. The c&c milk shake in particular though, is incredible - if nothing else I recommend getting one.

Pros: Fast, Relatively cheap, The c&c milkshake!

Cons: Tastes like stereotypical "fast food", No seating/place to eat

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99% of the menu can use vegan alternatives - Edit

This place is awesome. I've visited it twice now in two weeks.

Ordering: After spending 5 minutes on the initial time clarifying what they mean by "vegan" and "veganified", we delightfully ordered. From memory, everything except the "hot melted cheese" everything can be made with vegan cheese, things like mayo and sour cream and their patties are vegan anyway. Upon the second time, they actually have a laminated piece of paper saying exactly which items are suitable for which diets. Upon the second time, we were able to just say "We are vegans, and would like the vegan versions of everything we order. We'd like ..." and that was enough for them to do the replacements.

Food: We've had the Spicy, Chicken, Guru burgers in Big size, as well as the Sweet Potato chips in Large size, as well as a Cookies & Cream smoothy. My friend really loved the Chicken burger over the Spicy. I really enjoyed the Spicy over the Guru. However I did find the beef patties to be a bit too consistent in flavour despite an appealing texture (my friend agreed). I did find the Guru patty appealing in taste, but not that appealing in texture. I'll order the Spicy again. The Sweet Potato chips are plentiful in the large size, and the sauce is also plenty. The various sauces are all good, so no matter what you get, it will still be yummy. The Sweet Potato chips savoury taste can be a pit overpowering, however I'd prefer overpowering flavour to underpowering flavour any day. The smoothy was really nice, although could have been more indulgent, as was more a milk shake than a smoothy. The burgers alone are not enough to fill me, but are enough to quench my hunger. The large chips will fill me, so best split between two or more.

Price: The price is too high for me to make this an everyday thing, but if your vegan snack bag expires or you are stuck in the city, it great to be able to get some guaranteed vegan food that isn't contaminated in the making with non-vegan ingredients like your average kebab and fries options at less ethical establishments. So if you are stuck out in the city, and hungry, this has become my go to place.

Overall: This is a solid place to have enjoyable tasty food at a vegan-friendly establishment in the city.

Pros: vegan, tasty, convenient

Cons: pricey

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