Get the Poutine. It's the closest you'll get to Quebec without leaving the Northwest.
For those late nights when you have to have poutine - that's French Canadian for fries, cheese curds, and gravy. The Thermals have only two words to describe the food: "So good."
try the fries
PB&J Fries = peanut satay sauce and raspberry chipotle jelly = salty, sweet, spicy = yes.
Get the vegetarian poutine with horseradish ketchup.
You cannot go wrong with the PB+J fries or the poutine. So damn yummy.
Get the peanut butter and jelly fried. Salty, sweet, and addicting
PB&J fries. That's all. And they're spicy.
Offers a unique variety of french fry-based dishes. Specialty: Ketchups are homemade and the rosemary truffle ketchup is the best
The vegan poutine is verry salty. I LOVE salt and it was a little much for me, but otherwise it was delicious!
Be cautious. Got food poisoning the last time I was here.
Poutine! Its all about the Poutine!
P & j rich n sweet , pountine very yummy
Get extra gravy and extra curds with your poutine. Delicious!
PB&J Fries . . . yes, fries! (also good as poutine)
Not as good as Fritz's Fryhauz in Vancouver, BC, but it works for a poutine fix!!! Gravy is a little peppery...
PBJ with cheese curds!
Get the table by the window for the city's best people watching... And get a half satay/half regular poutine ;)
The closest thing to perfect!
Pooooooutine! Taste so good!
Poutine was good, but the PB&J fries are where it's at! So amazing!!
Get cheap and tasty poutine with cheese curds. Friendly and they've good veggie options!
POUTINE. This is also in the Hawthorne Food Truck pod with crepes and tacos. Yum.
Chef/owner is a celiac, so all the food including the sauces is gluten-free friendly. And it is delicious.
Why Famous: Offers a unique variety of french fry-based dishes Specialty: Ketchups are homemade and the rosemary truffle ketchup is the best
Try the banana ketchup - delicious!
PB&J. If you like meat the chili cheese fries are epic
Pesto Mayo. Just eat it with a spoon.
The Poutine is great. Get extra curds.