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$10 for $20 Worth of Québécois Cuisine
The menu includes poutine topped with chicken, peas, and fresh, squeaky cheese curds ($5.40–$12.50), Montreal-style smoked-meat sandwiches on rye bread ($9), hand-cut double cooked fries ($2.40–$6.75), steamed or grilled hot dogs with onion, bacon, and cheese ($4.25), and handmade burgers ($5–$8).
La Belle Patate
Montreal native Mathieu Lott opened La Belle Patate to share the classic, hearty dishes of Quebec in a casual diner setting in the Victoria neighborhood of Esquimalt in 2008, leaving those from la belle province satisfied. Being the first location to open, customers watch as the chefs slice potatoes right before their eyes to form the base of savoury poutines. The kitchen staff cooks these fries twice to give them a golden crunch before plating them with fresh, squeaky cheese curds and a vegetarian-based brown sauce. The poutine can come with more tasty combinations, such as chicken and peas or mushrooms, bacon, green peppers, and cubes of Montreal-style smoked meat. Along with steamed hot dogs – a Montreal favourite, that same smoked meat finds its way into sub sandwiches, and burgers hold hand-formed beef patties made without any fillers or pillow stuffing.