However, this is no ordinary poutine. The menu options take it to another level by reincarnating it with various international flavor options in addition to the classic. All servings are a full meal size. They are served in large high sided bowls so they are completely portable. Don't forget a fork! The toppings are piled high and using just your fingers for these french fries simply won't do.
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The FoodClassic ($8.49). French Fries, Beef Poutine Gravy, and Cheddar Curds.
This is for the poutine purists. It's overflowing with cheddar cheese curds and rich gravy. I highly recommend grabbing a draft beer to enjoy with it. The Daily Poutine options include Unibroue Blanche de Chambly Witbier ($11.00) and Yuengling Traditional Lager ($7.75).
Latin ($9.39). Fried Yucca, Black Beans, Pulled Pork, and Queso Fresco.
Although I'm not necessarily a fan of french fries, I really enjoyed the yucca fries. They were so crisp! The pulled pork was piled high. It looked like enough to make a full sandwich. There was a strong lime flavor that would make this the perfect treat alongside of a big margarita. Luckily, big margaritas are available at Disney Springs in various locations!
Italian ($9.39). French Fries, Mozzarella, and Bolognese Sauce.
I was happily surprised to learn that the sauce is made with ground turkey instead of beef. The melted gooey mozzarella was perfect.
French ($8.99). French Fries, Mushroom Cream Sauce, and Gruyere.
This was my favorite of the toppings. It was so creamy and the cheese stretched for miles when I lifted up the first bite. Very decadent.
Watermelon Lemonade ($3.59). Featuring Odwalla.
This is a non-alcoholic drink and was the perfect refreshing cool-down on a hot day. Consider picking this up on any sunny Florida day!
Fireball Sangria ($9.99). Beso Del Sol Red Sangria with Fireball Cinnamon Whisky.
At first, I thought this was an odd combination. However, after the first sip, it reminded me of the flavors of mulled wine. Very tasty! The best part is that it is served chilled. Again, this is a lovely refreshing (adult) drink for a sunny Florida day!
The DecorThis is a walk-up window kiosk. There are some brick planters around it with areas for seating. A few tables and chairs are also located across from The Daily Poutine next to World of Disney and Amorette's.
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*The Daily Poutine is handicapped accessible.
*Disney Dining Plan quick-service credits are accepted. No desserts are available. Two non-alcoholic beverages are provided for each credit.
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