The world’s largest poutine chain is expanding with a new location on the Danforth in Toronto. When it opened its first location in Toronto in 2008, Smoke’s Poutinerie became the first poutine restaurant in the city. Smoke’s offers various versions of the iconic Canadian dish, with fries, cheese curds, and gravy, along with dozens of toppings to choose from. Here’s the double smoked bacon poutine and the classic poutine at Smoke’s:
Poutine originated in Quebec in the late 1950s. It consists of a simple combination of crispy french fries topped with fresh cheese curds and smothered in hot gravy. The dish quickly gained popularity across Canada and has become an iconic symbol of Canadian cuisine. 588 The Danforth, Toronto.