An eatery that promotes poutine? Here’s some mouthwatering news! This new spot opens this Thursday November 30, 2017. You want to go to rue Mandar in Montorgeuil neighborhood to enjoy this Quebec specialty.
At the helm, chef Erwan Caradec, Florent Steiner and Guillaume Natas, 3 great lovers of poutine who decided to make us discover (and making us addict) this traditional dish from Quebec. They bet on high range tasty products and an original setting to win all our votes.
The décor takes us straight to Quebec. You’re free to take away your new drug or you can have it in this 20-cover cozy place. Woody atmosphere and dinner-like bench seats await you.
But what’s poutine? It’s a dish made of super delicious fries topped with “grain cheese” and covered in a brown sauce which recipe is secret. In short, a true “comfort food” specialty, perfect to face the winter.
But the recipe doesn’t stop there. As a matter of fact, the restaurant has several recipes. Pulled pork, beef cheek or vegetarian, there’s something for everyone! New temporary sauces and dishes are on the menu with seasonal products all year round.
Okay, homemade fries covered with sauce, we get it, but what’s more? Well, you can have an organic maple syrup beer (especially brewed for the eatery in an Île-de-France brewery), delicious donuts from Boneshaker Doghnuts (maple syrup donuts or bacon/maple syrup donuts…) as well as cheesecake cream verrines or fresh fruits deliciously basted with maple syrup to end on a sweet note.
Well, friends, it’s your turn now, but be aware this dish is very addictive!
Maison de la Poutine in Paris
Address : 11 rue Mandar – 75002 Paris
Open 7 days a week, non-stop from noon
Delivery service soon
Rates: €9-€11.40 for permanent menus, €13 for temporary menus, salads for €9 + €2 for a drink included in the menu and + €5 for a drink and a dessert
Opening on November 30, 2017
La Maison de la Poutine
11 Rue Mandar
75002 Paris 2
boisson: +2 €
boisson+dessert: +5 €
poutine: 9-11,5 €
Ouvert tous les jours dès midi à partir du 30 novembre