Lord of the Fries Sydney, Review - Round 2
Lets run through this before we start... LOTF is 100% Vegan, vegetarian and halal.
I wasn't too impressed the last time I went to LOTF (see review here), I was keen to see some improvements. I'll put up some before and after pics.
Patty, Cheese, Pickles, Onion, Lettuce, Mayo, Mustard and Ketchup
We got the original burger(again) - seems to be the best choice.
I was quite surprised by the improvement. I can actually see the cheese, sauce, patty and lettuce.
This actually tasted good, lots of flavour from the sauce. Much better from the mush I had the first time round. My bf tried LOTF in Melbourne, he said this burger tastes more like it, however, there is still room for improvement. I really like the vegan concept, however there is a larger market out there. We eat with our eyes as we unwrap the burger, then with our taste buds. This burger may have satisfied my papillae, but us meat eaters love big scrumptious burgers... now, why should I go to LOTF instead of Hungry Jacks since I'd be paying roughly the same? I guess the next step is to rake in the carnivores.
Sweet Potato Fries with Euro sauce
You had the choice between potato and sweet potato. Euro sauce is pretty aioli.
This was crunchy and went really well with the euro sauce (recommended by LOTF staff). I'd come back for this. Highly recommended.
Mild peppers, Tomato, Onion, Pickles, Celery salt, Relish, Mustard
This was on sale for $5, it was initially $7.95, I thought it was a good buy.
I can't say I like this too much, probably just due to personal preference. The hot dog itself tasted like soy substitute to me. Maybe add some onions?
Great service overall, very quick and friendly. Very bubbly staff! Cudos.
Here's some before and after pics.
I'm glad to see LOTF taking their customers feedback into consideration and improved their food. LOTF is still new, I hope to see continuous development down the track.