Posted by: Orlick | July 14, 2008

A Poutine Grows in Brooklyn – Sheep Station

You don’t have to go all the way to Montreal to have your Poutine. It’s real, a Poutine grows in Brooklyn.

Get down at Sheep Station in Park Slope and you can have your own poutine.

The cheese is squishy and not overwhelmingly plentiful here. It is fries with gravy and cheese curds. Not so strange. I remember we got cheese curds all the time at Wegmans. I bet we can recreate it here.

The picture could be better, but hey I wanted to eat it!

Later in the night we had loaded waffle fries from a bar, I have to say that I like the American version is better. Even though both are loaded with salt, the American version has more. That usually makes it better.

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