Last week I was driving down Freedom Dr. and I was terribly hungry. Normally I would stop at Chex Grill for wings but after some recent bad experiences I will never eat there again! I saw the food truck called Steel A Grille and it looked interesting, not to mention Black owned, so I stopped. I ordered a hot dog and fries after confirmation that the hot dogs were beef. They were friendly and the customer service was on point. Food truck was clean. The one bad thing and it’s just one of my pet peeves… No ketchup packs, it was in a bottle and I had to pour it on before I left😭. That hot dog though was so huge and juicy and good!! The french fries were the show stopper. They were fresh and hot. You know the ones that kind of look red but it seasoning, they were crispy and I actually didn’t need ketchup at all on those after I ate a few. Oh my goodness fries can make it break a meal! I am a super fan of potatoes, I definitely wouldn’t have survived the great famine. The hot dog was so big that I couldn’t eat it all. What I am about to say is also a good sign of good food… I heated the other half and rest of the fries in my toaster oven and oh my God it was even better! How is that even possible, but I do love a toasted hot dog bun. Yum! If you are ever on Freedom Dr. or see Steel A Grille please stop and partake of the great food they have to offer. I did not get a slushy so if you do please leave me a comment letting me know how it is, frozen beverages is my Thang! Don’t forget to comment, like, and follow on all social media, my book links are in the menu.
The Best French Fries Ever!
Posted byPhoennixPosted inRestaurants & FoodTags:African Amer, Charlotte, Dining, food, NC, Restaurant
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Writer and spoken word artist. I love to write poetry and short stories, my first two books are books of poetry. I am also a visual artist, wood and metal sculpting, as well as drawing and painting. I've worked in the food industry over 15 years so eating is my hobby. I hope to bring you a fresh and colorful voice on the arts and culinary worlds. View more posts