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$2 poutine for national poutine day via mobile order (April 11-17)

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osuman wrote: Agreed, Montreal is the only place that sells real poutine. Everything else is just a sad immitation. /s
Ottawa/Gatineau is as good as Montreal.

It comes down to access to fresh cheese curds. It's not like potatoes or gravy are better in Montreal, and Ottawa has St.Albert cheese curds locally.

As for BK - I mean... for $2 with low expectations it's a decent lunch. It's one of the better burger chain poutines, but that's not saying much. It's not outright awful like this monstrosity (which I actually tried just to see what the worst could possibly be)...

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Yikes Michelina's poutine, burn it with fire!
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Shame on Smokes, poutine is their specialty yet they can't participate while BK and their crappy poutine can
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Those who like BK's poutines.....you like them more than Harvey's?
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Kevin8se7en wrote: Ottawa/Gatineau is as good as Montreal.

It comes down to access to fresh cheese curds. It's not like potatoes or gravy are better in Montreal, and Ottawa has St.Albert cheese curds locally.

As for BK - I mean... for $2 with low expectations it's a decent lunch. It's one of the better burger chain poutines, but that's not saying much. It's not outright awful like this monstrosity (which I actually tried just to see what the worst could possibly be)...

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DealsHunterCo wrote: Those who like BK's poutines.....you like them more than Harvey's?
I do, I like the taste of the BK cheese and the gravy, it's kinda unique to the others, but it definitely is a bit saltier, but that's fine with me.
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Size wise, is a poutine and a whopper too much food?
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OIPPursuit wrote: Like most of BK’s stuff, their poutine is disgusting but somehow kind of good at the same time. Good deal if you’re into low tier fast food like me!
my location you can select extra gravy for free. It taste even more soggy and salty but damn I want another LOL
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Kevin8se7en wrote: one of the better burger chain poutines
so which are the better chain poutines? I tried harvey's last month and thought it was good. Better than I expected.
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dsbmac wrote: so which are the better chain poutines? I tried harvey's last month and thought it was good. Better than I expected.
Costco poutines are good.
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I didn't taste the cardboard that was mentioned. For $2 it's pretty good for fast food poutine. A bit salty though.

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how is this legal?
radeonboy wrote: I didn't taste the cardboard that was mentioned. For $2 it's pretty good for fast food poutine. A bit salty though.


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$2 for this? shwing!
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Kevin8se7en wrote: Ottawa/Gatineau is as good as Montreal.

It comes down to access to fresh cheese curds. It's not like potatoes or gravy are better in Montreal, and Ottawa has St.Albert cheese curds locally.

As for BK - I mean... for $2 with low expectations it's a decent lunch. It's one of the better burger chain poutines, but that's not saying much. It's not outright awful like this monstrosity (which I actually tried just to see what the worst could possibly be)...

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Agreed, The poutine at the St Albert factory would rank among the best I've had just on the strength of the hours old cheese curds. The cheese really makes it or breaks it. Decent french fries and gravy are easier to duplicate in various locations.
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seenjeen wrote: how is this legal?
$2 for this? shwing!
It looks like someone threw up a poutine.
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dsbmac wrote: so which are the better chain poutines? I tried harvey's last month and thought it was good. Better than I expected.
Relatively speaking of course...
Harveys and BK are the two best IMO. Slight edge to Harveys for me.
Popeyes is OK if you want a different style Gravy (not for everyone)
Five Guys is OK but way overpriced (stick to burgers and fries)
Wendys, KFC, and McDonalds are pretty bad

I haven't tried Mary Brows or A&W poutines (yet?)
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ItechJester wrote: Don't be arrogant.

I was in Quebec City. Literally the heart of Quebec. You'd expect a decent real poutine, right?

Went to a resto next to my hotel, think it was called 'Le Chic Shack' or something. I ordered a poutine, because I wanted to get the real Quebec poutine experience.

Do you know what they brought me? A bowl (yes bowl, not PLATE) of potato wedges (yes, WEDGES). It was sitting in some sort of broth, with some sort of unmelted white cheese on top (not curds).

Now, I am not a violent man, and I don't tend to make scenes. But I almost threw that bowl at them. I had no idea I could be so offended by someone calling that abomination a poutine. You'd expect to get that in some sort of Pakistani airport, that are trying to offer "Canadian food". But no, I got that served to me in Canada, in Quebec, and they actually had the guts to call it a poutine! I had to check if I was being pranked. It was pure blasphemy.


I've had tons of poutine in MTL. La Banquise at 3am. Poutineville. Heck even at Au Pied. There really isn't that big of a difference btw a good MTL poutine, and a good poutine elsewhere in Canada (I've been coast to coast).


But the Chic Shack place in QC? I am still offended to this day. And that was 5+ years ago.
Lol, the problems we have in Canada eh! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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LOL please stop quoting that Michelina's Poutine photo

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