A Montreal based restaurant is opening an ALL YOU CAN EAT POUTINE!!!! restaurant in the Annex later this summer.
It’ll be $15 for an endless plate, but really… how much could you eat?
Fellow Torontonians, it’s time to bust out the stretchy pants! All-you-can-eat poutine is coming to town.
PoutineVille: a well-known Montreal-based chain of restaurants that specializes in poutine is about to set-up shop in Toronto, with their first location in the Annex neighbourhood (by Bloor St. and Brunswick Ave.)
The sit-down restaurant will boast a menu that gives patrons a choice to select from a list of specialty poutines, or the option of creating their own plates from an “a la carte” list of ingredients.
PoutineVille is the brainchild Tony Rea, Kosta Kariotakis, and Camillo Fresco; three friends who wanted to reinvent the iconic Canadian dish. The company has gained a loyal following for its $15 all-you-can-eat deal and its rightly-named “Heart Attack Challenge.”
Here’s what the “Heart Attack” looks like:
And there’s also a poutine grilled cheese on the menu.
They do offer salads too… if for some reason that’s what you want…