Nine preposterous poutines available at Toronto’s new French fry emporium

Nine preposterous poutines available at Toronto’s new French fry emporium

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Earlier this month, Montreal chain Poutineville opened its first Toronto location, at Bloor and Brunswick in the Annex. This place doesn’t just stick to the time-honoured triad of fries, curds and gravy. Instead, plates of fries are piled with things that would make any purist weep: chopped-up hot dogs, deep-fried pickles, whole bone-in lamb chops and, in the case of one particular dish, basically an entire pizza. The real showstopper, though, is a 15-pound behemoth that costs $100 and bears five different kinds of meat. Here are nine of Poutineville’s most outrageous poutines, ranked in order of ridiculousness.

Poutineville, 296 Brunswick Ave., poutineville.com

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