- What is Frites’N'Meats?
- Where Can I Find Frites’N'Meats?
- How Do We Cook Our Burgers?
- Does Frites’N'Meats Deliver?
- Does Frites’N'Meats Franchise?
What is Frites’N'Meats?
We know what it means to bite into a juicy, perfectly cooked Burger. We know you know it too. It’s heaven! What we didn’t know or understand was why it was so hard to get it. Not why it was hard to get a fancy pants Burger for $15+. That you can get anywhere. But why was it so hard to get that same fancy pants Burger at half that price or less. We looked, we looked and we looked some more, but it just wasn’t there. So we decided to do it ourselves.
We knew the key was coming up with the best core ingredients – meat, buns & cheese, and to develop a range of premium toppings that would transform the core ingredients into something extraordinary. In New York City when you’re looking for the best meat, bread and cheese, inevitably your path will lead you to DeBragga & Spitler, Balthazar Bakery, & Murray’s Cheese. Once we had that, the rest came easy. We decided to have our toppings be the things we really liked on our Burgers.
But what about the Fries? If you’ve got killer Burger, you gotta have killer Fries. Well if youre gonna have killer Fries, they gotta be killer Frites. Killer Belgian-style Frites. Our fries go through the Belgian double frying process to ensure that perfect golden color with fabulous crispness on the outside and wonderful creaminess on the inside.
It’s not rocket science, but it’s what we think are some of the tastiest Burger & Frites to be had in NYC. And while those are the stars of Frites’N'Meats, they are by no means the the only players. Everyday you can find tasty Soups and Homemade Dessert Treats. It’s everything you need to put a smile on your face for the rest of the day.
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How Do We Cook Our Burgers?
All of our killer Burgers are cooked to order. Our goal is to cook it to medium-rare. Some of you have said that when you get back to your office and unwrap the Burger, it seems to be medium-well or well done. How does that happen?
When you buy a Burger from us, when we wrap that Burger for you and put it in the bag, that Burger is medium-rare. If you were to eat that Burger as soon as we hand it to you, you would find it to be cooked to a perfect medium-rare. However most food bought on the street is not eaten on the spot. It’s usually taken to the office or home. It usually takes most people 10 – 15 minutes to go from buying the food to eating it back home or in their office. During that time, due to the heat insulating wrapping we use, the Burger actually continues to cook. It is this time lag, that results in the Burger being cooked to medium-well or even well done. The same principle that applies to food bought at a restaurant, food delivered, or food cooked yourself – You have to eat food when it’s prepared for it to be at it’s best.
Ok, so now we’ve explained how we cook our Burgers, and what happens to them when they travel. That’s all fine and dandy, but what can be done to make sure the Burger arrives at your house or office in medium-rare condition the way the good Lord intended it (and by good Lord, we mean “FM” our mascot)? We have come up with a way to account for this travel time in our cooking. When you place your order we will ask you whether you’re taking it back to your office or will eat it right away. If you’re taking it back to the office, we will cook it a little less time to allow for the continued cooking that will occur on your way to your destination. If you are going to eat it right away, we will cook it to medium-rare and give you an amazingly fabulous Burger.
We hope this clears things up and explains a bit of the process behind the madness
Does Frites’N'Meats Deliver?
We don’t deliver door to door yet, however, we do offer private and corporate catering. If you have an event or would like us to cater, contact us at 917-292-9226 or email@example.com
Does Frites’N'Meats Franchise?
We’re working on it. If you are interested in bringing Burger Love to your neck of the woods, give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org