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T-Poutine

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168 Ludlow Street
New York, NY 10002
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(646) 833-7444
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I live in Montreal, and am a PROUD eater of Poutine (from time to time of course. The great thing with it, is moderation. This way it'll always be a wonderful treat!). I've nev...

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Montreal Style hitting NYC! 11/26/2009

I live in Montreal, and am a PROUD eater of Poutine (from time to time of course. The great thing with it, is moderation. This way it'll always be a wonderful treat!). I've never been to T-Poutine, but I intend to go there AS SOON AS I go back To NYC! And be ready New-Yorkers, our famous Smoked Meat sandwich is coming to you! Montreal AND New-York together (MONTREYORK, or YORK-TREAL?), the greatest combination of cultures on the Planet, point. Cheers. Fred Pros: Poutine is Super Comfort Food Cons: Rich and fat. But once in while, who cares? more

great after hours 9/8/2009

Fresh hot fries, gravy and toppings. Made me feel warn inside after a long night out. ! Comfort food. Chef was nice and the owner was even there chatting to all the customers . Love it!! Pros: Great fun food Cons: none that I saw more

Montreal in our back yard!!!! 7/23/2009

This is amazing. I used to travel to Montreal for work all the time, and I discovered this dish called poutine. French fries, covered in cheese, w/ gravy...you can add chicken, steak, whatever you want. It's unreal. NOW, it's in NYC! This is the best hangover cure, eat before you drink meal, sunday funday meal, anytime meal. Check it out. T-Poutine is legit. Pros: Holy tasty!!! Cons: Just one location more
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Editorial

  • Model-actor-Canadian Thierry Pepin envisions this as the first of many restaurants serving poutine, or what he calls a “potato fantasy experience” and what we’ll call “fries loaded with stuff.” Regular or sweet potato fries come smothered with cheddar cheese curds (shipped in fresh from upstate), mushrooms, peppers, onions and veggie gravy in The Treehugger, or with bacon, curds, gravy and an egg served sunny-side up in The Morning Glory, among other choices. Though fries are the main draw, burger choices range from bison to salmon to veggie and traditional beef. The space has a hip, modern look with counters and silver stools, but its tiny square footage means you might want to get your poutine to-go.

  • 10/26/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun-Thu 12pm-2am Fri-Sat 12pm-5am
  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Lower East Side, Downtown

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