Poutine to go? These restaurants know the secret sauce!
- © Poutine, a Québécois dish of french fries, cheese curds and bbq gravy sauce, getting ready for delivery, in a snack bar near Drummondville, Quebec, Canada
In an interview with Toronto Life magazine, Montreal chef Chuck Hughes lamented that, “Over the past few years, poutine has become known as a Canadian dish, and it is absolutely NOT a Canadian dish. It’s Québécois! “. Indeed, poutine is without a doubt the flagship of Quebec gastronomy. First served in snack bars and fast food restaurants, it can be found today in fine dining establishments, which reinvent the original recipe in countless innovative wayss, all as delicious (and decadent!) as the next.
The Ferreira Group, known for its restaurant of the same name, offers a new concept of fast food that specializes in Portuguese chicken. Served in a poutine, their chicken, raised by local producers and fed only on natural grains, is a must-try. Even if we can’t enjoy its authentic and modern atmosphere due to the lockdown, Campo offers you its poutine to go, which promises to be as delicious at home as it is on the spot.
1108, de Maisonneuve Blvd. O.
An expert in Belgian style fries, Frite Alors! offers you its poutine made entirely from locally sourced products. Among other things, their delicious cheese curds are supplied by the St-Guillaume cheese dairy and Les Aliments Baril has been supplying them with potatoes for the last 15 years! Well aware of the waste generated by the restaurant industry, this establishment has adopted ways that reduce its impact on the environment. Your take-out poutine will therefore be served in a compostable or recyclable container. Even better, we even encourage you to bring your own reusable containers!
680 Ste-Catherine Street W.
Even if the concept of Bier Markt is inspired by the culture and gastronomy of northern Europe, this restaurant on René-Lévesque Boulevard offers poutine worthy of the best canteens in Quebec! While waiting to be able to return to their dining room to taste one of the 150 beers from a few dozen countries, you can at least have your dose of poutine by ordering from their delivery or take-out menu.
1221, boul. René-Lévesque W.
Known for its exceptional hamburgers made with 100% certified Angus beef, La Belle et la Boeuf restaurant presents itself as an an anarchist sports bar concept in the image of the time of the revolution for peace. In addition to its signature burgers, this restaurant also offers a selection of poutines made from fresh potatoes, never frozen, therefore without chemical additives.
1620 Ste-Catherine Street W.