7 different ways to eat poutine in Montreal

Jun 2 2016, 3:51 am

It’s a know fact that traditional poutine is delicious. But what if we tweaked the original recipe a bit? The 7 restaurants below have seriously upped their poutine game by perfecting new and exciting poutine dishes, from poutine pizza to gnocchi poutine. Start drooling now.


As if poutine wasn’t filling enough, George le Roi du Sous-Marin has combined your love of all things poutine with one of the best foods of all, pizza. Beware, these poutine pizzas are not for the light-hearted.

Where: George le Roi du Sous-Marin, 585 Avenue St. Charles, Vaudreuil

Gnocchi Poutine


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Looking to combine your love of Italian food with your love of poutine? Look no further because Pinokio has created a delicious Gnocchi Ossobuco Poutine. Tender veal, fried gnocchi, homemade gravy, and classic Quebec cheese curds complete this one-of-a-kind dish.

Where: All over the city. Pinokio is a food truck, so click here to see where the truck is parked next!

Poutine Hot Dog

If you’ve ever dreamed of a hot dog topped with cheese curds, french fries, and gravy, then head on over to Jukebox Burgers in the West Island. Known for their burgers, mac and cheese, and hot dogs, this Poutine Hot Dog is the guiltiest of pleasures.

Where: Jukebox Burgers, 11798 Boulevard de Salaberry

Foie Gras Poutine

Get your gourmet on with this Foie Gras Poutine available exclusively at Au Pied de Cochon. For all the duck-lovers out there, this Foie Gras Poutine is made by frying the potatoes in duck fat and topping with foie gras and specialty duck liver gravy.

Where: Au Pied de Cochon, 536 Avenue Duluth E.

Breakfast Poutine

If you haven’t treated yourself to a morning at Faberge yet, then here’s your chance. Among other delicious offerings, one of the best items on the menu is the Breakfast Poutine. Faberge’s rendition contains home fries, caramelized onions, cheese curds, and peppers. All of this is then topped with hollandaise sauce and an egg of your choosing.

Where: Faberge, 25 Avenue Fairmount O

Lobster Poutine


Spearheaded by rock star Chef and TV personality Chuck Hughes, Garde Manger is a staple in Old Montreal. One of their star dishes is the Lobster Poutine made with french fries, lobster gravy, and fresh lobster chunks, a seafood lover’s dream!

Where: Le Garde-Manger, 408 Rue Saint-Francois-Xavier

Poutine Burger


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Officially known as the Hangover Burger, this delicious monster dish can be purchased at the Burger Bar in downtown Montreal. Containing a 6oz beef patty, cheese, bacon, truffle oil, poutine, caramelized onions, and a fried egg, it’s no surprise this burger won Burger of the Week in 2013.

Where: Burger Bar, 1465 Rue Crescent

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