Le Cellier poutines- are lunch a dinner the same?

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  1. 4orm

    4orm <font color=deeppink>Disney bride dreaming of buyi

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    I really would like to try the Le Cellier wine reduction spin on the poutine that I see on their dinner menu. On their lunch menu there is a poutine listed as a side but it's less expensive and the ingredients aren't listed. Could anyone please tell me if the lunch poutine is the same as their dinner one or it is something different all together?
     
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  3. DonaldDoleWhip

    DonaldDoleWhip DIS Veteran

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    Nope, they're not the same. The lunch one has gravy and nacho-style cheese. I thought it was gross. The dinner one, on the other hand, was amazing.
     
  4. 4orm

    4orm <font color=deeppink>Disney bride dreaming of buyi

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    Thanks! That's what I was wondering - I'll be keeping our dinner ressie then ;D
     
  5. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    OMG nacho style cheese??? Thats a disgrace to all poutines!!!!! :eek: How could they use that cheese? Thats gross!! Im from Canada, and i can assure you that is NOT how we make our poutines!
     
  6. DonaldDoleWhip

    DonaldDoleWhip DIS Veteran

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    No problem! If it helps, here are pics of both.

    Lunch :scared1:

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    Dinner :lovestruc

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    I agree. The lunch one is not only inauthentic, but also quite heavy and unappealing. At least the dinner version is closer to the real thing (with actual cheese curds) and some upscale touches (red wine reduction and truffle salt).
     
  7. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    Thanks for posting the pic! BIG difference between the two. The dinner poutine is exactly how it should be. Cheese curds! It looks really tasty! :)
     
  8. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    Lunch is fries with cheddar cheese and gravy. Not sure how they call it poutine. Split it with someone, there's a lot of it.
     
  9. TheTurners

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    Shame on them for serving the lunch version. It looks like it was served at the Pop cafeteria.
     

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