“Queso Fries” are a specialty of the Texicalli Grille in Austin, Texas. Several other restaurants throughout the country offer “queso fries,” and it’s not known if the Texicalli Grille “invented” them. Texicalli’s “queso fries” are “waffle fries and chili con queso.”
Texicalli Grille (Austin, TX)
QUESO FRIES (#1 - WAFFLE FRIES & CHILI CON QUESO) ... $6.25 / $4.20
QUESO FRIES w/EXTRAS ...$8.95 / $6.30
#2 - AVOCADO, ONIONS, JALAPENOS WITH…
#3 - SPICY GROUND BEEF, SOUR CREAM, BLACK OLIVES WITH…
#4 - BACON, RED BELL PEPPERS, GREEN ONIONS WITH…
November 14, 2005
But one of their greatest offerings has got to be the queso fries.
The queso fries are STOOPID delicious! It’s soooooo worth the risk of immediate acute heart failure. So worth it.
 Posted by: truecraig | November 14, 2005 2:45 PM
Google Groups: austin.food
From: Scott Sexton
Subject: Re: Rooting for Root Beer (Was Re: Vegetarian Restaurants)
If you want good root beer, The Texicalli Grille down on Oltorf makes their own. Joe Bob say’s check it out!
PS The Queso Fries are GREAT hangover cures!
Pace® Queso Fries
Try Pace Salsa con Queso on your regular French fries for cheesy flavor with a kick.
Cap Rock Cafe (Lubbock, TX)
Texadelphia (various Texas locations)
Taco Box (New Mexico)
Queso Fries $ 1.89 / 2.29 / 3.29
Gold Rush Restaurant & Bar (Nashville, TN)
Random Rants and Moody Musings
Friday, March 04, 2005
Wednesday evening Matt and I headed out to Champps a Sports Bar in Durham thus allowing us to eat dinner AND watch the second half of the Georgia Tech at Wake Forest game. Neither of us had ever been there before and the menu was quite extensive. I settled on the Peppercorn Stack Burger with queso fries and a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. (...) The queso was homemade and delicious and the waffle fries were an interesting change of pace.