FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are concerned about the environment, the welfare of animals and the health of our fellow humans. Meat and the meat industry is bad for all 3 of those things, for which we care deeply for. Having said that there are plenty of places serving meat and we don’t want to be one of them. The question we ask is why would anyone have meat on the menu?
Most likely, download our allergens chart for specific details.
Yes you can but at your own risk. Our kitchen is not gluten free so cross-contamination can occur but we do offer some products that are gluten free* like some of the big burgers, some sauces and the fries, however we do need to emphasise that the kitchen is not gluten free so cross-contamination can occur and we do not recommend eating at Lord of the Fries if you are particularly sensitive to gluten, thats why the * is being used above gluten free*.
Yes, just ask when you order, our staff will put the sauce in little takeaway tubs.
Soy protein and deliciousness.
We currently have 5 different patties in our ever growing menu. Each type of patty has a set of different ingredients from soy to mushrooms and more. We think it would be best to email us with your concerns or check out the nutritional info on specific products in the menu section of the website.
Yes you can, ask when you order and they will put the fries directly into the packaging without any salt.
We don’t have vegan options because we are the vegan option. Everything on the standard menu is now vegan and by the end of March 2018 the entire breakfast menu will be vegan too.
Yes! We have won numerous awards including ‘Best Vegetarian Restaurant’ from the Lifestyle Channel, ‘Best Hot Chips in Melbourne’ from the Herald Sun.
We can but it depends on a number of variables so best to contact us to discuss. Emails us at email@example.com with the details of what you are looking to cater and where, we’ll get back to you.
No. We started in the van, we had a great time and it led us to opening stores.
We can’t find vegan cheese curds.
Stores become available from time to time but the way we usually work is by finding a franchisee and then finding an appropriate location for them. If you’d like to enquire about becoming a franchisee then please Apply Here.
Nope, it’s an Australian family owned business that will hopefully, one day, become a chain of Australian stores in America.
Yep, almost all of the stores in the network are franchised stores.
We started as a food van in 2004 and then opened our first shop in November 2005.
We are spreading quickly, best to check out our locations page. Click Here
Hours vary between stores, check locations for specifics. Click Here
Of course! At Lord of the Fries we try to be as inclusive as possible, so kids are definitely more than welcome. There are even high chairs at some of the dine-in stores.
Yep, most of our stores are delivering now, check out the locations section for specific store info. And please remember that although we deliver our fries and other items taste best when freshly cooked and eaten in store.
Absolutely. Many of our stores are only takeaway while only a few have seating, please check out the locations on the website to see which stores have seating.
We accept cash (no $100 notes) Eftpos, Visa and Mastercard. We do not accept Diners or American Express.
The Beyond Burger™ is the world’s first plant-based burger that looks, cooks, and tastes like a fresh beef burger. It has all the juicy, meat deliciousness of a traditional burger, but comes with the upsides of a plant-based meal. The Beyond Burger™ packs 20 g of plant-based protein and has no GMOs, soy or gluten.
Our belief is that the best way to get people to eat less meat is by giving them what they love–in this case, a juicy delicious burger – without so many of the health, sustainability, and animal welfare downside of a traditional animal – based burger.
Well, we used beets to do that! Amazing, right! We wanted to keep the whole experience of cooking burger as similar as possible for our flexitarian fans, so we’ve worked very hard to create a burger that changes color as you cook it just like animal protein.
The primary source of protein in The Beyond Burger™ comes from peas. It’s soy, gluten and GMO free.
While we didn’t design The Beyond Burger™ to “bleed” per se, the beets we use to give the patty a red-meat appearance have led some in the media to remark that the burger “bleeds” beet blood.