Check out some monstrous dishes from Montreal's La Poutine Week (PHOTOS)

Feb 10 2023, 3:45 pm

If you’re on a New Year’s diet, you might want to look away. Because La Poutine Week has kicked off in Montreal and some of the dishes are seriously monstrous.

The 11th edition of La Poutine Week returned to the Montreal area on February 1 and will stick around until February 14.

The nationwide festival allows a variety of local restaurants to create their own signature poutine dish, vying to become the citywide champion as voted by restaurant patrons.

Some spots stick to slight variations of the classic trifecta, while others veer off the traditional poutine path and create some behemoth dishes.

Prices vary per dish and now that restaurants can open in Quebec, poutine fans can choose between dining in or scarfing poutine via DoorDash.

Here are some of the wildest ones from around Montreal. If you’re wondering if your favourite spot is dishing out the classic Quebec plate, check out which Montreal spots are participating right here.

Burger Bar Crescent

This bad boy stretches the boundaries of the poutine genre. It features homemade buttermilk fried chicken thighs on a bed of waffle fries topped with gravy, cheese curds, honey mustard, pickled jalapeƱos, and onions.

BLVD Bar & Grill

 

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BLVD Bar & Grill in Chateauguay has created the Mississippi Mud Pie, and it’s a whole BBQ feast in one dish.

The saucy concoction contains fries, tater tots, pulled pork, pulled beef, curd cheese, gravy, Mississippi tomato gravy, Jack Daniels BBQ sauce, crispy jalapeƱos, and chives.

3 Brasseurs

 

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The 3 Brasseurs chain is dishing out its Philly Poutine across all of its Quebec locations. Similar to the cheese steak sandwiches, this dish is topped with roast beef, caramelized onions, green peppers, poutine gravy, and cheese curds.

La Belle Tonki

 

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This Cambodian and Vietnamese fusion restaurant in Villeray ā€” Saint-Michel ā€” Parc-Extension dishes out crispy fries with a Japanese street food twist. With toppings like octopus and okonomiyaki sauce, the Tonkiyaki Poutine is one of a kind.

Frite Alors!

 

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Frite Alors!, a popular Quebec poutine chain, introduced the Kim Poutine 2.0 for this year’s submission. It contains grilled beef in sesame oil, kimchi, a delicious Korean BBQ sauce, green shallots, sesame seeds, and their famous Belgian fries.

Resto Du Village MTL

Resto Du Village has introduced their Italian take on the classic poutine topped with tomato sauce and massive meatballs.

McCarold’s Irish Pub

Duck breast and brown sauce ā€” enough said.

Poutine Boss

 

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The masters at Poutine Boss have made a South West version of the classic Quebec dish, featuring crispy chicken, bacon, and a special sauce.

Which Montreal spot is dishing out your favourite La Poutine Week poutine? Don’t forget to vote online.

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