Poutine is awesome, so awesome that it is slowly taking over the world.\nWhen I started this article I figured that there had to be at least a few "international" poutines out there.\nAnd no, I'm not talking about weird regionally/culturally themed poutines such as the "Italian poutine". I wanted to find a real Greek poutine made in Greece, Chinese poutine made in China and may even Australian poutine, if I got lucky.\nWell it turns out there are a lot more poutines than I anticipated. And here they are:\nPhoto cred - now-here-this\nPoutine from the U.K.\nThese wise chefs added pulled pork and cilantro, and as a French Canadian, I give them my blessing.\nPoutine from Greece\nFeta and Greek spices? Yes, please!\nPoutine from Vietnam\nPulled pork and Kim-Chee. Not a combination I would have done, but I'd definitely try it.\nPoutine from Mexico\nOkay Mexico, I'm proud of you. This is surprisingly accurate.\nPoutine from Shanghai\nShanghai went all out to make this as authenticly Canadian as possible. They didn't bother finding cheese curds, but at least they got some Canadian Club and some Mooseheads.\nPhoto cred - thebeijinger\nPoutine From Beijing\nIn Beijing they serve the fries gravy and mystery meat and you have the honor/option of grating your own cheese on top.\nPoutine from Hong Kong\nIt looks like they used Ficello string cheese to make this.\nPoutine from Paris\nMaybe I've being unfair, But I expected the Paris poutine to be ... prettier.\nPoutine from Germany\nNice try Germany, but grated cheese and a side of vegan curry? You don't deserve poutine!\nPoutine from Australia\nNo kangaroo meat? So disappointed.\nPhoto cred - poutinechronicles\nPoutine from Israel\nBonus points if it isn't Kosher.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.