Atlanta, GA

Top three Canadian poutines in Atlanta

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA — Poutine is a dish with a base of french fries covered with gravy and topped with cheese curds. The French-Canadian dish is crispy, greasy, cheesy, and definitely delicious. Try the three best Canadian poutine fries at these three locations in Atlanta.

- Pijiu Belly:

678 10th St NW Atlanta, GA 30318 | 11:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday - Sunday

(404) 343-6828

Pijiu Belly serves Candian poutine with an Asian taste. They added teriyaki sauce to the hand-cut fries and mozzarella cheese curds, not gravy. They topped the fries with bacon bits and scallions. The poutines are offered for only $11.

“I was really excited for the Pijiu's Poutine, since it puts an Asian twist on the Canadian dish (with teriyaki sauce), and I was not disappointed,” said Valerie Y. on Yelp.

- Wheelhouse Craft Pub And Kitchen:

1479 Scott Blvd Decatur, GA 30030 | 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday - Sunday

(470) 240-4945

Wheelhouse Craft Pub And Kitchen serve one boozy poutine. The beef that goes for the fries has been braised by Guinness®. Their poutine consists of fries, cheese curds, brown gravy, and chives besides the beef. Get them for only $13 or $14 if you want an extra fried egg.

“The portions were HUGE! The poutine is outside of the ordinary poutine that I've had in Canada, but it was a good surprise. The braised beef was similar to a hearty pot roast cooked in red wine (stout in this case),” said Karen W. on Yelp.

- The Imperial:

726 W College Ave Decatur, GA 30030 | Monday - Sunday

(404) 464-5698

Find La Poutine de Georgia only at The Imperial. Their poutine consists of fries smothered with po boy gravy and topped with melted pimento cheese. The poutine costs $7.25 or $9.25 for diced bacon additions.

“I will pretty much always eat the poutine de Georgia and could potentially have a small addiction to the sweet potato fries…,” said Meg C. on Yelp.

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