French fries are much more than a side dish for many dishes. Even if almost everything goes with fries, especially fries curry sausage (german currywurst) , fries are also a pleasure as a main course. Crispy on the outside and a little soft on the inside, that’s how many people around the world love fried potato sticks.
The variants of the french fries vary, there are thin, long or thick french fries, salted french fries or french fries refined with paprika. Depending on the region or country, French fries include different French sauces, which are also available in numerous flavors.
A very popular combination in the Lower Rhine region is the Fries and Curry Sausage (Currywurst Pommes & Mayonaise) or Fries Special ( Pommes Specia) , where the French fries are served with ketchup and mayonnaise as well as raw chopped onions.
But no matter which type of french fries you eat in which place, the basis of all french fries worldwide is the potato. And this is where the differences in tastes begin. Enjoy french fries in one of the numerous snack bars on the Lower Rhine.
This map shows some snack bars in the region of the Lower Rhine, which offers different dishes.