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1. Smoke's Poutinerie218 Adelaide St W, Toronto
2. Poutini's House of Poutine1112 Queen St W, Toronto
3. Utopia Cafe & Grill586 College St, Toronto
4. The Lakeview Restaurant1132 Dundas St W, Toronto
5. Big Smoke Burger573 King St W, Toronto
6. Caplansky's Deli356 College St, Toronto
7. Fynn’s of Temple Bar489 King St W, Toronto
Smoke's is one of the first of its kind, serving up a menu exclusive to poutine, and with more than 30 core menu choices, as well as the option to build your own, you can't go wrong if you're jonesin' for poutine.
Poutini's is all about freshness for the sake of flavor, whether you're talking about their hand-cut, skin-on fries, to their cheese from Maple Dale Farms, which is delivered every other day.
This chow spot may be near Little Italy, but it specializes in poutine, burgers, burritos, and sammies, making it a hotspot for whatever mood you might be in.
The Lakeview will blow you away, not with a posh interior or gourmet cuisine, but with a menu loaded full of delicious comfort food and never-ending open hours with old-fashioned congeniality.
BSB might be a domineering burger joint by serving only Ontario AAA beef in a variety of burgers, but you can't overlook their poutine or their old fashioned milkshakes.
Caplansky's serves up house-smoked, hand-cut meats in a number of classic deli sammies for lunch, as well as a number of dinner and breakfast options to satisfy your hunger any meal of the day.
Lots of places in Toronto dish out decent poutine, but you haven't had the 'tine til you've dropped by Flynn's to try theirs, available with smoked brisket, pulled pork, tikka masala, and traditional style.