Calaca Fresh Mex's Calaca Fries

Calaca Fresh Mex's Calaca Fries

Calaca Fresh Mex features delicious street tacos, massive burritos and a breakfast menu. There also is a mountain of goodness called Calaca Fries ($7.95), which is comprised of chunks of steak or chicken, guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream atop a pile of crispy fries covered in cheese dip. You’re going to need a fork. 6902 S. Lewis Ave, 918-481-7000,  

When Lone Wolf opened, its kimchi fries became an instant classic in the Tulsa food scene. It is fries, jack and cheddar cheese, onion, jalapeño, cabbage and cucumber kimchi, choice of aioli and cilantro ($4.25, small; $7.25, large). Options for additions are numerous, including kung pao pork and cilantro pesto chicken, but ask almost anyone what to add and they’ll tell you the candied bacon is a must (prices vary for additions). 3136 E. 11th St., 918-861-4232; 203 E. Archer St., 918-728-7778; 

Ron’s Hamburgers and Chili is known for both staples, but the jalapeño chicken fries ($9.50) might be the best thing on the menu. Jalapeños are battered and then cooked with the chicken. If that sounds too hot for your taste buds, try the chili cheese or bacon cheese fries. Five Tulsa locations, 

The Brook Restaurant and Bar lists cheddar fries under starters, but it’s often served as a meal ($11.25; $6.75, half order). Fresh-cut fries are seasoned and double layered with melted cheddar cheese and served with a side of homemade ranch dressing.  Add bacon bits, chives and jalapeño for $1.95. Three Tulsa locations, including Brookside, downtown and south Tulsa;


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