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zoetrope_11 Nov 20, 2008 07:50 AM

There is an extensive post on the best fries in the city...but where can I get some poutine?

Thanks.

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  1. barleywino RE: zoetrope_11 Nov 20, 2008 08:01 AM

    i think Steelhead Diner serves it (haven't tried it).

    1. vanillagorilla RE: zoetrope_11 Nov 20, 2008 08:03 AM

      The Steel Head Diner has the best classic poutine I've had in the city.

      Quinn's has something in the vein of a poutine, but a little richer, and classier. It's fries with fontina chunks, and a veal demi glace in place of the gravy. You can even get it with fois gras.

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        dawsonct RE: zoetrope_11 Nov 20, 2008 08:43 AM

        Shadowland in West Seattle. But seriously, we're not talking about E. Canada or Vermont here, so don't expect a perfect translation of a regional curiosity (tasty one that it is).

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          GreenYoshi RE: zoetrope_11 Nov 20, 2008 08:46 AM

          They serve it at the Skillet truck. And agree with Dawsonct, they're not what you recall from Montreal.

          (Also, I've been down on Skillet recently. I feel like they're a little too popular for what they can handle, the last couple of times I've been have kind of been a shit show...)

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            djuna22 RE: zoetrope_11 Nov 21, 2008 08:43 AM

            Steelhead's is good, although I agree with others that you will not suddenly think you are in Montreal.

            Quinn's has been serving it recently as well.

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