Small place but excellent Poutine. We tried the traditional and the double pork. Both were excellent and very filling! A few small tables and two counters, probably not good for large groups.
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My wife and I enjoy the occasional poutine run when we make our way into Canada. We always tend to get weird looks when we mention Poutine back home in Richmond, VA, and even if we don't, we get even weirder looks at the thought...More
Ok, so it's wasn't directly from Quebec, but I still had to try some poutine while in Canada. Seems like it would be the perfect hangover food with the french fry base, the creamy gravy and the chewy cheese curds. Generous portions and fast service...More
Got to love poutine. So many options and great start for first timers. Highly recommended going the original first and then changing it up next time. Medium size is big enough.
This was our first stop for food in Toronto after planning a poutine stop a soon as we got to Canada. Whilst obviously a chain the food was good with squeaky cheese and the rock music was also cool.
They have a bunch of different variations of poutine on their menu but none of them are very good. It's more of a novelty-type place. Fries are thick, under-seasoned and usually not very crispy which I think is their main issue. Prices are far too...More
So here goes the story... I had a 10-hour layover in Toronto but didn't check places to go beforehand. So once I landed, I asked a friend's Canadian friend online for poutine recommendations in Toronto and this place was the one that he suggested. I...More
Disgusting I paid a lot of money and I ended up just throwing the philly cheese steak on fries Small container, no flavour The fries was under cooked and where was the cheese in cheese steak. $12 of yuck. I have tried the one at...More
Used to love this place. Haven't been n about a year and what a change. Short-staffed, flies all over the restaurant and the bacon pouting was not the good quality it used to be. Way too salty and cheap.