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15 Hot Chips Everyone In Sydney Needs To Try At Least Once

Give me taterz or give me death.

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1. Duck Fat Chips, The Morrison Hotel.

Potatoes = good.

Frying things = also good.

Frying things in duck fat = perfection.

2. Kimchi Poutine, Chicken Institute.

The Canadian specialty gets a Korean twist at this delicious Surry Hills favourite.

3. Zucchini Fries with Aioli, Firefly Bar Neutral Bay

A healthier option that still delivers.

4. Chips, Cheese, and Gravy, Lord of the Fries.

It's constantly voted the best in Sydney for a reason.


5. Chipotle Chili Chips, Burger Project.

Add a bit of spice to your taterz.

6. Sweet Potato Chips, Chur Burger.

These bad boys also come with garlic and lime dipping sauce, and are sure to fill that potato-sized hole in your stomach.

8. Poutine, Hartsyard.

Fried potato, braised beef shin, beer + cheese sauce and a hell of a lot of deliciousness.


9. Beer Battered Chips, Fish on Fire.

An old classic that's been perfected over the years and turned into a staple in Glebe.

10. Poutine, The Stuffed Beaver.

A Canadian bar in Bondi that does its Canadian food damn well, the Stuffed Beaver will help you discover just how great chips can be when they're doused in gravy and cheese curds.

11. Kumera Chips, Fishmongers Bondi.

OK, so they're a lil' thin - and probably drift closer to the "potato chip" spectrum - but by GAWD are they perfect. Try them out, you won't regret it.

12. Shoestring Fries, Cheekyburger.

For that old school ~American~ feel you can't go past Cheekyburger in Paddington. Sit down with a beer in the bar outside and dive into a pile of shoestring fries.


13. Sweet Potato, Zucchini, and Regular Fries, Grill'd Burgers.

It's not often that a chain store does it right but Grill'd manages to serve up a variety of awesome chips at all of its locations.