To celebrate the launch of its first-ever 100% vegan store, Lord of the Fries will forge a feeding frenzy with free fries for all between 12-1pm and those coveted ‘bottomless’ chip cups being handed out for 250 lucky passerbys between 1.30-4.30pm on Friday 3rd March.
The latest addition to the quickly expanding fries family will feature the brand’s first-ever all vegan menu, a direction the whole business is looking to move to in 2017.
Following massive demand from locals, including a Facebook page ‘Bring Lord of the Fries to Adelaide’ with over 1000+ followers (& the epic response – with over 100,000 people checking out our first article about the Adelaide store here), the Lords are bringing its delicious fries with a side of burgers, hot dogs and more to the people of Adelaide at its new Hindley Street setting.
LOTF co-founder, Mark Koronczyk, says, “Our fans in South Australia have been calling for us to set up shop for years now, so we’re thrilled that, along with our fantastic franchisees, we are able to make this happen.
“We’re so proud to be coming to a city where we already have so many LOTF supporters and extremely excited to open our first all vegan store.”
Leading the way for ethical fast food in Australia, LOTF was founded in 2004 on the premise of food made with love, not animals.
Its all-inclusive menu is 100% vegetarian (100% vegan in Adelaide), halal and kosher certified, with low gluten options.
The menu features both locally sourced sustenance and internationally inspired flavours with burgers, hot dogs, vegan shakes and munch boxes, and heroes its award-winning fries; Classic, Shoe String, Chunky and Sweet Potato.
Lord of the Fries Adelaide marks the franchise’s 15th store with eight locations across Melbourne, one in Perth, three in New South Wales and two in New Zealand.
Designed by Russell & George Architects,the light, fresh and urban store is modelled after the iconic New York subway system with every aspect from the walls, to seating to the food prep area mirroring the inside of the Manhattan Metro… no MTA card need apply.
With capacity to seat up to 15 fry fans the space was built with the busy shopping and commuting crowd in mind, offering quick and efficient walk-up, take-away service, as well as a comfortable dine-in experience.
On Friday 3 March 2017, LOTF Adelaide will officially launch by ‘reigning’ fries on the city.
Famous for their feeding frenzy launches, the day will see the Lords dish out free regular fries with any classic sauce from 12-1pm to all willing to brave the queue, plus over 200 bottomless chip cups will be handed out around Adelaide’s CBD allowing lucky recipients to redeem free fry refills all day long.
Lord of the Fries Adelaide is located at 23A Hindley Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000 and will be open seven days a week and late on weekends