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Metro Minute at Smoke’s Poutinerie

It may look like something the dog threw up, but poutine — that decadent cornucopia of fries, gravy and cheese curds — is also the most culturally recognizable Canadian food outside our borders.

It may look like something the dog threw up, but poutine — that decadent cornucopia of fries, gravy and cheese curds — is also the most culturally recognizable Canadian food outside our borders.

Before the Smoke’s Poutinerie franchise opened up here, Torontonians in search of a 2 a.m. post-club grease hit would have to drive about five hours east to Montreal.

Now we can stake our own claim on the good stuff at this all-poutine, all-the-time hotspot, with a location right in the heart of clubland at 218 Adelaide St. W.

For the crown jewel of comfort food, try the pulled pork combo.

 
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