The menu at Shoo Fry obeys the classic laws of original poutine from Quebec, which typically consists of french fries and cheese curds drowning in gravy. Being in Philly and part of the larger US poutine trend in itself, the menu comes with some creative flourishes to reinvent the classic Canadian dish into something distinctly of the city. Most notably is the Cheesesteak poutine, with steak, fried onions, and wit or witout whiz. As a nod to its predecessor, the menu also has the Underdog poutine, with sliced hot dog, sauerkraut, and spicy brown mustard.
In addition to a dozen poutine options, Shoo Fry reverses the usual burger-and-fries meal by offering slides as a side to your main dish of fries. The original (American cheese, pickles) is offered along with three other options, including the Pepper G.O.A.T, served with pepper jelly, bacon, and goat cheese. The fries-and-a-side-of-burger combo is perfect for everyone who has ever ordered a burger just to be more enthralled by the sides that came with it.