Saturday 11 July 2009

Poutini's House of Poutine, Toronto, ON

I was talking with Katie, one of my neighbours, last night

She and her husband and his brother recently opened Poutini's House of Poutine, a couple blocks from us on Queen Street W.

I'm not a fan of poutine (I don't like cheese curds) but I went there for lunch today.

Here's the menu ... definitely the place to go if you want poutine, vegetarian poutine or baked potato poutine with gravy or veggie gravy.

I like the rustic look and the tunes were good. Plus they are want to encourage local music and art.

I ordered fries and gravy and a pop. The containers, forks and napkins are biodegradable so they are helping the environment.

It was a big container and I ate 'em all!


Julie said...

I've never tried poutine. Don't know if I would like it very much. I'm not a gravy fan.

Kate said...

The rustic look of the restaurant is very appealing. Well, now I have to google poutine to get the full story on it! Interesting what we learn as we blog, right?!

DeniseinVA said...

Now that looks good, also a fun place to go. I have never heard of poutine before.

RennyBA said...

Never heard of it - don't think you get it in Norway, but the place looks nice though.

Man Named Kim said...

here from NetChick.

gawd...i'm hungry. looks yummy

Jenn Jilks said...

Nice info. It is good to know when they use biodegradable items.

Sarah said...

I like poutine so would be up for trying veggie poutine the next time I visit!