|01.09.2017 – Quebec Fries is one of many establishments at City Cross in downtown Adelaide that serves unique but familiar meals. The company serves up some of the best from Canada and you can’t go wrong if you’re having a sinful Poutine that deserves a hearty spotlight out from the usual thing from fast food restaurants.
Though Quebec Fries has a limited list on their menu not to mention that their site is not active or even trying to research on the rest in social media can be a bit challenging let’s just stick to the basics.
We tried Poutine yesterday during lunch and it’s surprisingly it serves up two people which was originally served for one.
Sometimes you’ll try to make good at what this food would smell and taste like for those who would probably never get the chance to even experience a Poutine. It’s actually a Canadian dish, originating in the province of Québec, made with French fries and cheese curds topped with light brown gravy. Basic explanatory and what you see in the images below what Poutine is concist of.
It’s one of the many treats Quebec Fries had to offer and certainly it did not disappoint in price and value when consuming it for some it might get messy with the light brown gravy. But it is tasty and for those who will come across Quebec Fries try one when you have that chance.
The verdict on this one is bliss for those who want to try Canadian meal and at City Cross its one of the few choices you’ll find this area that is worth trying beyond the usual KFC, Maccas, or even Subway has to offer.