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Editor’s Pick: Top 5 Wild Poutines In Winnipeg

loveys2Photo courtesy Lovey’s BBQ

In a city with as much Francophone influence as Winnipeg, it’s not hard to find that glorious mixture of french fries, gravy, and melty cheese curds. These spots branch out from the classic with irresistable toppings and tasty twists.

Dessert Sinsations

The ultimate low-high fusion food, lobster poutine at Dessert Sinsations delivers both hearty comfort and an elegant flavour profile. Hollandaise swaps for traditional gravy, liberally coating crispy fries and tender lobster.

Lovey’s BBQ

Pulled pork poutine at Lovey’s BBQ hides fries and cheddar under a smoky mountain of meat slathered in Lovey’s signature barbeque sauce.

  • Lovey’s BBQ, 208 Marion St, 204-233-7427, loveysbbq.ca
  • Map and Reviews

Le Garage Café

Le Garage doubles down on Francophone flavour with a poutine topped with tortière filling, which boasts house-cut bistro style skinny fries.

  • Le Garage Café, 166 Provencher Blvd, 204-237-0737, garagecafe.ca
  • Map and Reviews

Toad in the Hole

Butter chicken poutine is melty, messy magic at British-style pub Toad in the Hole. Curry sauce imbued with a kick of spice and gooey, stretchy cheese are a match made in fusion food heaven.

  • Toad in the Hole, 112 Osborne St, 204-284-7201, toadinthehole.ca
  • Map and Reviews

Oscar’s Deli

After 90 years in business, Oscar’s Deli is anything but old fashioned. The proof is in the poutine, which comes loaded with chicken gravy, matzah balls, pastrami, salami, and bacon.

  • Oscar’s Deli, 175 Hargrave St, 204-947-0314, facebook.com
  • Map and Reviews


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