Build your own fantastic poutine creation at Poutineville. You can choose from dozens of cheeses, meats, gravies and cuts of French fry, for about the same price as the menu options. The ambiance is that of a gourmet French bistro, there’s a large, beautifully decorated dining room and bar, and a patio in the back. Specialties include pizza poutine and shepherd’s pie poutine for those looking for something outside the box.
Poutineville, 296 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 647 349 2345
The poutine at Lou Dawg’s is the delicious result of the southern-style influence the restaurant is so famous for. The pulled pork is the centerpiece of the poutine menu, but the pulled chicken, brisket and veggie chili options are also popular. Lou’s poutine is a great combination of the classic Canadian treat and Deep South barbecue tradition.
Lou Dawg’s, 76 Gerrard St E., Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 647 349 3294
The breakfast poutine at Over Easy is one of the most creative options around, and could be the best treatment out there if you went out last night and aren’t feeling so great in the morning. On a bed of signature home fries, you get chunks of off-the-bone baked ham, real bacon, poached eggs and hollandaise, and, of course, a bevy of cheese curds. It’s your favorite breakfast, in poutine form.
Over East, 208 Bloor St. W, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 416 922 2345
Always a top choice, you can find Smoke’s poutine at any of its six downtown locations. The signature seasoning is so good, it’s no wonder Smoke’s has established itself as a perennial favorite across Canada and parts of the US. You are spoiled for choice of meats and other toppings, with no fewer than five menu options for each type of meat, and four vegetarian ones. Smoke’s also has better hours than most poutine dispensaries, so if that late-night craving hits, rest assured you can still get what you need.
Smoke’s Poutinerie, 2200 Yonge St. #102, Toronto, ON, Canada, + 1 647 350 2873