Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Poutine is unleashed at Phog!

Yes.  A new menu exists at Phog.
Frank has been thinking about it for a while, and he has a heap of cheese-curdy, gravy goodness in store.
The first night of release, Tuesday, February 16th, there was a veritable carnival of calories.
Frank was on fire, delivering the currently large menu of poutine combinations.
The Classic Poutine and the Phonions (onion rings covered in gravy and cheese curds) were quite popular, with at least one of the Phonions orders going out with BACON!
Kyle Marchand approved of the poutine onion rings!
The poutine named after the CBC, (maybe as a tribute to having the Searchlight contest last year) which stands for "corned beef and coleslaw", smelled better than anything ever has in this building!
The Cheeseburger poutine was love on a plate. It was ordered several times on the opening night.
Come on down to Phog Lounge between 5pm and 10pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and make Frank hustle in that kitchen!! 
Here's a look at the current poutine menu:
The Classic 
- cheese curds and gravy - $5.50 plus tax
- pulled pork and coleslaw - $9 plus tax
- corned beef and coleslaw - $9 plus tax
- ground beef, onion, and tomato - $9 plus tax
Poulet et Pois
- BBQ chicken and peas - $9 plus tax
Hot Lips
- pepperoni, hot peppers, and hot sauce - $8 plus tax
- fried onions, mushrooms, and peppers - $8 plus tax
- real bacon on poutine - $7.50 plus tax
- poutine made with onion rings - $5.50 plus tax

Add a veggie topping to any poutine for $1.50
Add meat topping $2

Just fries or onion rings - $3.50

Take-out available!

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At February 17, 2010 8:58 p.m. , Blogger Dianne said...

i forgot to suggest a little something...the Greece-er:

fries, melted feta cheese, and greek salad dressing with lots of's excellent and a TAD more calorie-wise for the ladies :)

At February 17, 2010 10:11 p.m. , Blogger Qrystal said...


Why did I automatically assume otherwise? I almost asked a bunch of times you tweeted about the upcoming poutine launch, but figured I knew the answer and so I didn't ask.

-A Happy Vegetarian :)

At February 17, 2010 11:24 p.m. , Anonymous Jamie Greer said...

Instead of Greek Salad Dressing, use warmed Tziki. Greek Salad Dressing just makes the fries soggy and undesirable. Warmed tziki, melted feta and you have a winner. If you're worried about calories, have a muffin. Poutine is a calorie carnival (a calorval?) so may as well load'er up.

Love, Mr. Greer

At February 23, 2010 10:06 p.m. , Blogger John said...

Me and Johnny West had the classis and cheeseburger poutines and they were amazing! If you want great poutine this is the place. Bravo Frank! we will be back!!!


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