So…a poutine cloud apparently burst over Orlando and now you can get varieties of this relatively obscure French Canadian pub grub delicacy pretty much everywhere in Disney World. There’s even a dining spot completely dedicated to poutine.
The dish traditionally consists of French fries covered in cheese curds and brown gravy, and Canadians will cheerfully tell you that NONE of the dishes below qualify. Yet they’re called Poutine on the menu, and since we love french fries with stuff piled on top of them, we’re happy to tally them up for you!
Oh, and here’s some real Canadian poutine for reference.
So here’s the Disney World Poutine Crawl!
Cheddar Cheese Poutine — Refreshment Port, Epcot
This version of poutine is covered in Le Cellier’s Cheddar Cheese Soup, which is indulgent and packed with bacon (recipe here!). And now guests can grab a plate of Cheddar Cheese Poutine (or a cup of the soup by itself) without a coveted ADR!
Cheddar Cheese Poutine also has the traditional cheese curds and some golden French fries. Oui, please!
Kobe Beef Brisket Poutine — Nomad Lounge, Animal Kingdom
This poutine is super classy, y’all. The bed of thick-cut fries is covered in Kobe-style beef brisket, house-made mozzarella, and savory pan sauce. Plus there’s extra cheese sauce on the bottom of the bowl! This poutine is a must!
Alas, the Kobe Beef Brisket Poutine is currently off the Nomad Lounge Small Bites Menu — but we realllllly hope it comes back!
Classic, French, Italian, Latin, and Seasonal Poutine — The Daily Poutine, Disney Springs
Classic Poutine features the fries, curds, and brown gravy of poutine’s birth. (This is the closest to authentic Canadian poutine currently found anywhere in Disney World.)
Latin Poutine has fried yucca, black beans, pulled pork, and queso fresco.
French Poutine is super fancy, with mushroom cream sauce and Gruyere cheese! Ooh, la la!
The last everyday poutine option at The Daily Poutine is Italian: mozzarella cheese and Bolognese sauce!
Annnnnnd The Daily Poutine also features specialty versions that change from time to time! Cheeseburger Poutine was totally delicious, featuring fried cheese curds, and pickles!!
And the Holiday Turkey Poutine was Thanksgiving in a handy bowl!
And lest breakfast feel left out, we’ve also seen All Day Breakfast Poutine with tater tots! Sausage gravy and a sunny side up egg? Worth getting up for!
The Daily Poutine is the mecca of Disney World poutine.
Secret Menu Poutine — Disney’s All Star Movies Resort
Who doesn’t like a side of intrigue with their French fry masterpieces? You’ll find the Secret Menu Poutine at World Premier Food Court at All-Star Movies! You’ll view the secret menu on this little piece of nostalgia:
The Secret Menu Poutine is a huge portion of fries under cheese curds and dark brown gravy. So this is classic poutine served in the funnest way possible!
There’s s whole process for asking for the secret menu at All Star Movies, so you’ll definitely want to check out the DFB Guide’s YouTube video sharing this secret menu — it’s totally awesome.
Sock Hop Fries — Beaches and Cream Soda Shop, Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Beaches and Cream Soda Shop is one of our favorite spots to grab a burger and some ice cream (you’ll find at Beach Club on the walkway near Stormalong Bay!), and it also happens to be home to Sock Hop Fries.
Now we admit, Sock Hop Fries (also called Gravy Fries!) aren’t technically poutine, but we’ve already seen that Disney takes plenty of leeway when creating these plates of French fry goodness. So we’ll give Sock Hop Fries a pass because they have all the flavors of classic poutine: brown gravy and white cheddar shredded cheese (instead of curds). They’re so messy and delicious. We love them.
Carolina Mess — House of Blues, Disney Springs
In Disney Springs’ West Side, guests can munch on Carolina Mess at the House of Blues.
Carolina Mess is a plate of fries covered in pulled pork, jalapenos, cheese, and brown gravy. Quite the combo. It’s a southern take on the Canadian classic!
Montreal Poutine and Signature Poutine — Le Cellier Steakhouse, Epcot
You can’t talk about poutine without talking about Le Cellier, the signature table service residing in the Canada Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. This place represents the birthplace of poutine — and Le Cellier has some tasty options on its menu.
Montreal Poutine is fresh-cut French fries, Montreal-smoked brisket, French onion gravy, Gruyère cheese, pickled vegetable slaw, and mustard-beer sauce. Yes,that’s a lot of good stuff in one pan. But it’s just a stellar combination of flavors.
The Signature Poutine is French fries, Canadian cheddar, truffles, red wine reduction. There’s not technically a brown sauce. Or cheese curds. But with ingredients like truffles and red wine reduction, this is about as fancy a poutine as you can find. And it truly IS delicious.
Canadian Poutine — Paradiso 37, Disney Springs
FYI — there are much better restaurants than Paradiso 37 when it comes to entrees and full meals, but they do a great job with appetizers and drinks. And this particular dish caught us totally off guard.
Want MORE Disney World Loaded Fries?
We’ve got a BUNCH for you here! Check out our video of amazing French Fry dishes in Disney World below! This isn’t limited to Poutine — it includes plenty of other loaded fry must-eats!