French fries can be enjoyed as snacks or as accompaniments to other foods. Dipping french fries in various sauces, such as ketchup, curry, chili sauce, mayonnaise, garlic sauce, and so on, can be more delicious. People in different countries eat the fries as accompaniments to various dishes and top them with various kinds of sauces.

In Canada

Canada fries

Poutine is a common french fries dish in Canada. The fries are served mixed with cheese curds and then topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce, hot chicken sauce, or chicken BBQ sauce. This dish was born in the late 1950s in rural Quebec. Some communities claim to be the birthplace of poutine, which includes Drummondville, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, and Victoriaville. Right now, you can find this dish across Canada and some parts of northern America, and even the United Kingdom. There are also some famous poutine restaurants, such as Chez Ashton in Quebec City and La Banquise in Montreal.

Belgium fries

In Belgium

In Belgium, you can enjoy the most delicious french fries at frietkots or fritures, which are outdoor vendors who sell fries. There are thousands of frietkots throughout Belgium with a selection of over 50 dipping sauces. Even the smallest town has a frietkot. Most of the dishes in Belgium restaurants are served with fries. The first french fries museum is located in Bruges, a city in northern Belgium.

In France

France fries

People in France often call french fries pommes frites, patates frites, or frites. Fries and steak is common dish in France. The fries are also served as accompaniments to kebabs, roasted or fried chicken, and hamburgers, meanwhile often being enjoyed by dipping in various sauces, such as ketchup, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, etc.
People in different countries have different eating habits, so people all over the world may have various preferences. With acquaintance with people’s preferences, you can start a french fries business with the french fries production line.