Montreal Poutine Week 2020 is in full force and we've made a list of all the restaurants participating in it.\nHope you're hungry!\nCheck out pictures of the many different poutines you can try below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nPoutine is not only delicious but as Quebecois natives, it's part of our DNA. This rich and decadent dish traditionally consists of gravy, cheese curds, french fries and a ton of flavour. Throughout the years, a slew of variations have been made and for the past eight years, Poutine Week has been featuring some of the most outrageous and calorie-filled poutines in the country. And now, here we are, ready for Poutine Week 2020.\nFrom February 1 until February 7, you can indulge in some killer eats as restaurants throughout Canada will be showcasing their creations. And this year, no flavour is off-limit.\nPoutine Week has a total of 400 restaurants participating this year throughout Canada. Some of the craziest dishes include seafood, fried chicken and even desert poutines that will wow your taste buds.\nThis is the largest poutine festival in the entire world and since 2018, it has managed to raise over $100,000 for charity.\nThis week-long event is guaranteed to push culinary boundaries and create a friendly competition throughout the country.\nBoth die-hard poutine lovers and newcomers will be able to both discover new dishes and vote for their favourite poutine!\nDirty Dogs Saint-Laurent & Crescent\nWhere: 3685 blvd Saint-Laurent & 2010 rue Crescent\nThe Mac Mountain\nCost: $16\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nDirty Dogs is an establishment known for their over the top dishes, which is why it comes as no surprise that they have gone all out for poutine week.\nThe classic poutine is made with tater tops and topped with 4-cheese mac & cheese, chicken nuggets, onion rings, mozzarella sticks, green onions, and BBQ. Wow...\nBrasserie des Rapides\nWhere: 7852 Champlain Blvd\n"The Super Bowl Philly"\nCost: $15.95\nMignon Churros & Nougat\nWhere: 30 rue Saint-Catherine O.\n"La Mignonne"\nCost: $8.75\nLe Trèfle MTL\nWhere: 3971 rue Ontario E.\n"La Superball’z"\nCost: $19.75\nThip Thip Snack Bar\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\n"Bijoux Poutine"\nCost: $15\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis unique and tasty poutine not only has dehydrated mushrooms and green onions but the bird peppers and coriander sauce truly take this dish to the next level.\nThis is far from traditional poutine but the coconut milk and curry combines with the cubed sliced potatoes will have you begging for more.\nMaison Saint-Paul\nWhere: 343 rue Saint-Paul E.\n"Poutine St-Paul"\nCost: $32\nCampo\nWhere: 1108 blvd de Maisonneuve O.\n"Francesinha Poutine"\nCost: $15\nLe Centre Sheraton Montréal\nWhere: 1201 blvd René-Lévesque O.\n"Guilty Pleasure"\nCost: $10\nPub McCarold\nWhere: 5400 Chemin Côte-des-Neiges\n"The Jurassique"\nCost: $18\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis elaborate poutine is stocked with fries, strong cheddar, balsamic vinegar and topped with a full lamb shank. Everything about this dish screams decadence and is totally a must for any poutine lover in the city.\nLes Enfants Terribles - Outremont\nWhere: 1257 ave Bernard\n"La Bêêêêêêêêêêêrrrbêre"\nCost: $20\nBriskets Montréal\nWhere: 1199 rue De Bleury\n"Smoked MeatBalls"\nCost: $18\nLes Enfants Terribles - Place Ville-Marie\nWhere: 1 Place Ville Marie Entrée\n"La Sauvage"\nCost: $19\nCantine Emilia\nWhere: 7901 rue Saint-Dominique\n"DaSilva Poutine"\nCost: $16.50\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nFor those of you who love Portuguese inspired dishes, this poutine is a must-try. Composed of meatballs, chorizo (Portuguese sausage), Sao Jorge Cheese and their famous Emilia sauce, this poutine is a flavour-filled masterpiece.\nLes Rôtisseries Piri Piri\nWhere: 415 ave Mont-Royal\n"The Portuguese Poutine"\nCost: $10.95\nLes Enfants Terribles - Cantine\nWhere: 1490 rue Sherbrooke O. Suite 101\n"La Tex Mex"\nCost: $19\nRoch Le Coq\nWhere: 1541 ave Van Horne\n"Poutine Raymon"\nCost: $14\nLe Birdbar\nWhere: 1800 rue Notre-Dame O.\n"L'AUSSIE PIE POUTINE"\nCost: $18\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nBirdbar is known for its mouth-watering fried chicken and of course, their poutine is topped with just that. Also included in the dish is cheese, beef brisket, mini tourtière, and special bourbon ketchup. The poutine also has jalapeno, so it's a little spicy, but all-around delicious.\nRestaurant Hachoir\nWhere: 4177 rue Saint-Denis\n"Roast 48"\nCost: $17\n\nTABOO Cuisine Rebelle - Montréal\nWhere: 2025 rue Drummond \n"TÀO Poutine"\nCost: $15\nPascal Le Boucher\nWhere: 8113 rue Saint-Denis\n"Ramen Poutine"\nCost: $15\nBroue Pub Brouhaha\nWhere: 5860 ave Lorimier\n"Holiday Poutine"\nCost: $15.35\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis French Canadian classic has a little twist and it topped with ragoût meatballs that will inspire your taste buds. From the fresh fries to the tasty gravy, this is a must-try during poutine week.\nMonsieur Resto + Bar\nWhere: 1102 rue De Bleury\n"LE OUTBACK POUTINE"\nCost: $19\nPintxo\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine\n"Poutine Bravas"\nCost: $7\nLa Cage - Montréal\nWhere: 150 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\n"La Guerrière"\nCost: $12\nBistro Brasserie Les Soeurs Grises\nWhere: 32 rue McGill\n"NUN’S POUTINE"\nCost: $17\nMignonette\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine\n"Poutine Inversée"\nCost: $0\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis unique poutine dish is beyond tasty. Composed of potato croquettes and filled with brown gravy and cheese. The website indicates that the cost is 0$ something tells me that it may be a mistake!\nBANQUISE RESTO\nWhere: 994 rue Rachel E.\n"LA SUPER 'BALLS'"\nCost: $10.75\nLABARAKE Caserne à Manger\nWhere: 3165 rue Rachel\n"Smoked Lumberjack Poutine"\nCost: $20\nLa Bêtise Rosemont\nWhere: 6015 rue Saint-Hubert\n"Bibimbap Poutine"\nCost: $17\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nBibim is a term used for a mix of different ingredients and this Korean inspired poutine is a combination of sweet and spicy with a lot of flavours.\nFrom homemade fries and cheese curds to pickled vegetables and sauteed beef, this poutine is a serious contender at poutine week.\nHanzo Izakaya\nWhere: 417 rue Saint Nicolas\n"Okinawan Taco Friez"\nCost: $15\nPaulo Et Suzanne\nWhere: 5501 blvd Gouin O.\n"Atomic Philly Bomb - 40th Anniversary Edition"\nCost: $12.99\nNinkasi Simple Malt\nWhere: 6206 rue Saint Hubert\n"Binary Poutine"\nCost: $14\nRestaurant Kyomi\nWhere: 7660 blvd Newman\n"Teriyaki Peanut Chicken Poutine"\nCost: $27\nFête à Crêpes\nWhere: 1800 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\n"YUL"\nCost: $12.99\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis homemade crepe is wrapped around fried potatoes, ground beef, bacon, cheese curds and poutine sauce. It is pretty much like having a poutine wrap, yum!\nBagadò\nWhere: 30 rue Saint-Catherine O.\n"Little Surprise"\nCost: $7\nDirty Pizza\nWhere: 25 ave Mont-Royal E.\n"The Dirty Mac"\nCost: $13\nRosélys Restaurant\nWhere: 900 blvd René-Lévesque O.\n"La Réconfortante"\nCost: $23\nPoincaré Chinatown\nWhere: 1071 blvd Saint-Laurent\n"Ga'Lactic Galvaude"\nCost: $16\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nMade with Lacto-fermented fries, homemade gravy, goat milk curs and topped with a half marinated cornish hen, edamame and smoked sauerkraut.\nAnd if that isn't enough to have your mouth watering, there is a cognac flambéed option that is mind-blowing.\nAux Vivres\nWhere: 4631 blvd Saint Laurent\n"The Samurai Poutine"\nCost: $13.50\nMange-moi\nWhere: 35 ave Mont-Royal E.\n"La Chef Bandit"\nCost: $15\nBURGER BAR CRESCENT\nWhere: 1465 rue Crescent\n"Black Sheep"\nCost: $20\nBâton Rouge MTL\nWhere: various locations in Quebec\n"The 'Baked' Poutine"\nCost: $16\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nBaton Rouge has always served up a killer baked potato but they have taken it up a notch for poutine week. Loaded with cheese curds, 3 crispy BBQ pork back riblets, green onions & roasted sesame seeds and topped with BBQ sauce and Gochujang drizzle, this dish is seeping with flavour.\nLa République Démocratique Du Jambon (RDJ)\nWhere: 710 Place de la Gare\n"Poutine Savoyarde"\nCost: $10\nLa Bêtise Verdun\nWhere: 3807 rue Wellington\n"Braised Beef Pot Pie Poutine"\nCost: $17\nHo Lee Chix\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine\n"Poutine Mapo"\nCost: $14\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nI am a huge fan of waffle fries and fried chicken and this poutine contains both of those ingredients. It also has a secret Chinese sauce and cheese curds. They also have a vegan version for those of you who don't eat meat or dairy!\nHambar\nWhere: 355 rue McGill\n"Will's Poutine"\nCost: $16\nBeavertails - MTL\nWhere: 2 rue de la Commune\n"POUTAIL"\nCost: $8\n* Only open on Saturday and Sunday.\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThe perfect combination of sweet and salty- this poutine is truly one of a kind. The classic poutine is served on-top of a Beaver Tail pastry. There is nothing more Quebecois than poutine served on top of a beaver tail!\nCHEZ DÉVI \nWhere: 1450 rue Crescent \nLamb Karma Poutine\nCost: $19.95\n\n\nLe Gras Dur\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\n"La Snobinarde"\nCost: $25.95\nGaspésie Bistro Gourmand\nWhere: 30 rue Sainte-Catherine O.\n"La Gaspésienne"\nCost: $21\nOlya Krasavina for La Poutine Week\nThis deluxe poutine is stocked with snow crab and Matane shrimp and it is topped with a lobster alfredo sauce and paired with cheese curds, parmesan cheese, and sea bacon.\nPoutine snobs may not be a fan of this creation - but I can tell you that after trying it that it's beyond delicious.\nLes Enfants Terribles - Ile Des Soeurs\nWhere: 209 Rue de la Rotond\n"La Francaise"\nCost: $19\nFor those of you ready to take the poutine plunge, you can access a complete list of restaurants throughout the country on their website.