The Best Sweet Potato Fries in Toronto
The best sweet potato fries in Toronto might be a simple addition to any menu, but they serve as the perfect alternative to your average French fry, which occasionally get boring given their ubiquity. A deep fryer does wonders for this root vegetable - crisping the exterior and accentuating its natural starchy sweetness, so that once seasoned, they achieve an addictive balance of sweet and salty.
Here are the best sweet potato fries in Toronto.
Hand-cut sweet potato fries ($7.50) are a crowd favourite from this chain of vegetarian eateries. Fried to a deep orange, they're tossed in fresh thyme and sea salt, and while they're great on their own, they're even better with miso gravy ($1.25). More »
Order crispy, delicious sweet potato fries ($7) at this Harbord Village restaurant and enjoy with maple Dijon dip. Better still, try the poutine ($6/$10) featuring a mix of Yukon Gold and sweet potato fries loaded with curds, caramelized onions and smothered in veal jus. More »
The Etobicoke burger shop doesn't just make a mean hamburger - it's also got some top-notch sides. Order delicious, aggressively-seasoned sweet potato fries ($2.95/$4.95) or have then half and half in a basket mixed with Yukon spuds. More »
This upmarket public house in Bloor West Village serves up comforting classics that go well with beer. Sweet potato fries ($5) with crispy fried exteriors and soft fluffy centres are billed as a side dish, though they're suitable solo as a snack too. More »
This chippy on Broadview offers sweet potato fries ($5) among the many sides available with its signature fried fish. An abundance of dipping sauces like curry mayo just brings them to a higher level. More »
This Bloor West Village hangout serves up piping-hot sweet potato fries ($5.25) fresh from the fryer. Each order comes with a tangy signature blueberry dijonnaise for dunking. More »
This burger outfit marches to its own drum, offering wholesome and healthy alternatives to your average fast-food options. Sweet potato fries here are a popular side - they're hand-cut and then baked, rather than fried. More »
This eclectic eatery and pub on St. Clair West satisfies snack cravings with addictively delicious, chunky yam frites ($7). Creamy chipotle aioli with a little kick comes on the side for dipping. More »