Poutineville, Montreal, Quebec

  In Montreal, going for poutine is like going out for pizza. Everyone does it. It’s fast, filling and fun. It can be a complete meal, a quick snack on the go, or the thing you do after a late night out. Serving up hot and fresh poutine in the heart of Montreal is Poutineville. […]

Food + Drink Restaurants Brian Webb

This article was published on November 1st, 2012

 

Poutine with bacon, Montreal smoked meat, cheese curds and three-pepper sauce.

In Montreal, going for poutine is like going out for pizza. Everyone does it. It’s fast, filling and fun. It can be a complete meal, a quick snack on the go, or the thing you do after a late night out. Serving up hot and fresh poutine in the heart of Montreal is Poutineville.

The menu offers a selection of 11 specialty poutiness, or you can create your own original, just the way you like it.

If you choose to build your own, first choose the cut of potato, then add cheese, vegetables, meats and sauces. There’s regular and large sizes, depending on how hungry you are. Don’t panic, if you don’t speak French, the menu is available in English and the servers will help guide you through the process.

If poutine isn’t your style, there is also a selection of salads, burgers, sandwiches, sides and cocktails.

Poutineville is open for lunch, dinner and late-night. In the spring and summer the patio is open, perfect for people watching.

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