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  • Fries item sprite
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Use time17 (Very fast)
TooltipMedium improvements to all stats
'Where's the Ketchup!?'
RarityRarity level: 2
Sell20 SC
Research5 required
Grants Buff
BuffPlenty SatisfiedPlenty Satisfied(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
Buff tooltipMedium improvements to all stats
Medium improvements to all stats and increased life regeneration
Duration10 minutes
  • Internal Item ID: 4021 (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
  • Internal Buff ID: 206
Obtained from Obtained from
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
Flying FishFlying Fish.pngFlying Fish12%

The Fries are a food item dropped from Flying Fish with a 1/50 (2%) chance. When consumed, they grant the player the Plenty Satisfied buff. This lasts for 10 minutes, but can be canceled at any time by right-clicking the icon (Desktop version), by selecting the icon using Cycle Next/Previous Buff and then pressing Remove Buff (Console version), or by double-tapping the buff icon (Mobile version).

Like all other food items, the Fries can be placed on a Plate(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions).


  • The Fries' tooltip, "'Where's the Ketchup!?'", references the fact that real-life French fries are most commonly served with ketchup.
  • The Fries' visual appearance is a reference to how French fries are sold at the fast-food restaurant chain McDonald's. The yellow T (as in the first letter of Terraria) on the container alludes to the McDonald's logo being a stylized yellow M.
  • Fries being obtainable from Flying Fish may be a reference to fish and chips, consisting of fried, battered fish served with fries (or "chips" in British English). Fish and chips are a popular takeout food in the Commonwealth of Nations and many other English-speaking countries, and often regarded as England's national dish.