Fries and a multitude of sauces are all that is available at this shop. The fries are made in automated timed friers. One has a choice of fries fried in canola oil or beef fat. We tried one of each.
Beef fat fries. Franky, bland and not particularly tasty.
Neither one of the fries had a particularly good texture and were not crispy enough. I was not satisfied with the taste with either fries.
We ordered 3 sauces, garlic (which was good and garlicy), Tunisian which was a it spicy and a mayo sauce with parmesan.
I ordered the chicken thigh and the dirty fries. The chicken had been sitting for some time so the fried skin lacked any crispiness although it was tasty. The chicken was cooked properly, juicy. The fries had been sitting as well and had no texture although the taste was satisfactory. What set the fries apart was the very tasty "dirty" sauce made with maple aoli, chives and french fried onions (cheddar as well but I asked for that to be omitted).
Flock Rotisseurie is chef Cory Vitiello's latest venture, located in the club district.
After a big bight!
A leg of rotisserie chicken. Good flavour of both the skin and the chicken, all with a mild bight. Chicken was properly cooked and very juicy with good flavour. Two sauces were offered and I chose the very well flavoured and highly complementary chimichurri sauce.
But for me, one of the real highlights were the salads with multiple complementary flavours and textures. It is rare for any fast food joint to have such great flavourful salads as these.
The "Frenchie" Flock, arugula, blanched green beens, french lentils, roasted cauliflower, red onions, sweet peppers, cucumber. cherry tomatoes, hard boiled egg all with a roasted tomato/olive/caper vinaigrette.
"Power" Flock, romain lettuce, squash, avocado, orange slices, walnuts, marinated chick peas, goji berries, sunflower seeds, soy beans and sprouts all with a carrot/ginger/soy bean white miso dressing.