Carl’s Jr.’s New Fries

Fast Food Alert: Carl’s Jr. has new french fries! They’re calling them “Natural Cut” fries. As near as I can tell they are replacing the regular, thin fries included in their combo meals.

The “Natural Cut” fries are “designed” to look more like they were cut from a real potato. They are more irregularly shaped and have traces of potato skin on them. Taste-wise I wasn’t that impressed. They weren’t bad, but I think I enjoyed the regular fries a little more.

It seem that Carl’s Jr. is trying to set themselves apart these days from the other fast food chains, by offering “restaurant” style burgers and fancy new fries. I wonder how it’ll work out for them?

Published by Brian

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  1. I have to say that I have gotten so used to their thin regular fries and I love how they taste with my Famous Star. While the natural cut fries are good on their own, I really don’t like the change. It would be like going to McDonalds for a Hamburger and eating Burger King Fries with it. It just doesn’t work for me. They don’t go well with the burgers, its not that same combination of flavors that I crave… and cannot longer find. I’m very sad, as often as I eat fast food (pretty rare occasion) Carls was my favorite, but now I don’t know anymore. I hope they will bring back their regular fries, or at least offer them along with their stupid “natural” cut fries!

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