There’s no denying that people love fried foods. Sides and entrees such as French fries, fish and chips, fried clams and onion rings are the most popular appetizers at many restaurants. And while people often think of fried foods as foolproof, the truth is that a fryer that’s too slow or not big enough can be a disaster when it comes to meeting diner's demands. What's the takeaway for today’s bottom line-minded restaurants? Investing in the right commercial fryer can be instrumental in keeping your customers happy. Read on for a roundup of key considerations when choosing a fryer for your restaurant.