Even as the month comes to an end, Netflix still has some new stuff to watch.\nLike the second season of Million Pound Menu, which is featuring a dish you might recognize...\nWatch a Quebecois and his hubby vie for the prize in England with their Quebec-style poutines!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nA new season of Netflix's Million Pound Menu was released yesterday, meaning a whole new season of hopeful restauranteurs vying for their chance to see if they can make it in the testy British food scene.\nAnd you may be surprised to know that there's a contender on this new season who we should all hold dear to our hearts.\nA couple years ago we wrote about Blue Caribou Snack Bar, the "Poutine Canteen" in Manchester that has been serving up the "best poutine outside of Montreal," to Brits about town.\nNow the boys of Blue Caribou have been given a shot to spread the love of fries-gravy-cheese curds and expand their operations on Netflix's new season of Million Pound Menu.\nThe show runs on a classic contest format, where three contesting restaurants are given a chance to showcase their food and restaurant idea to the judges in a preliminary round.\nThe judges then choose one of the restaurants to move on to the next round, where they are given a space to really show what they are made of, including service and full presentation.\nBlue Caribou is a married-team duo, Graham and Vincent. Graham is clearly from the Isles, as you'll be able to tell from his accent when you watch the show. Meaning Vincent is our boy from La Belle Province.\nView this post on Instagram Judging by our phones pinging, it seems like our episode of the @millionpoundmnu dropped on @netflixca yesterday. Nervously hoping folks in the motherland don’t hate what we do. 😬🤞🏼⚜️💙🇨🇦 #poutine #Québec #Canada #poutineboys #netflix @netflixuk A post shared by Blue Caribou Snack Bar (@bcsnackbar) on Aug 28, 2019 at 12:07am PDT\nI will not spoil the outcome of the episode with our boys in blue, but I will spoil the poutine they serve to the judges in the first round...\nREAD ALSO: 33 Montreal Slang Terms Translated For The Rest Of The World\nThe first poutine Blue Caribou served up to the judges was this beautiful creation below, which they smartly called the "Reuben Poutine," topped with pastrami, Quebec-style cheese curds, gravy and a drizzle of classic yellow moutarde.\nAnd how can you forget a pickle?\nView this post on Instagram Now Pride is over, come and grab your first solid meal of the weekend! We are open from 12 today to soothe souls with our authentic, Québecois comfort food. ⚜️💙🇨🇦 📷 @jo.bodley #poutine #quebec #manchester #streetfood A post shared by Blue Caribou Snack Bar (@bcsnackbar) on Aug 26, 2019 at 1:14am PDT\nI say "smartly" called the Reuben because I feel like I can hear Vincent in the back going, "We can't call it Smoked Meat if it's not really Smoked Meat!"\nThey clearly know how to keep it 514% authentic.\nTo catch the episode in full and to find out the fate of the Blue Caribou boys, head to Netflix here. You'll find them on Season 2, Episode 3.\nView this post on Instagram Poutine and pogo weather is definitely here! Come and grab yours every day at our @arndalemarket unit. PS. It’s dry in here! ⚜️💙🇨🇦 #poutine #poutineboys #quebec #manchester A post shared by Blue Caribou Snack Bar (@bcsnackbar) on Aug 22, 2019 at 4:03am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Sad to see summer looks like it’s on its way out. But, poutine was made for a chill. Open from 11am today at the @arndalemarket for all of your Canadian, comfort food, classic treats. Galvaude Poutine (Country Style): Fries, cheese curds, roast chicken, gravy and petits pois. 📷 @burgerhewrote ⚜️💙🇨🇦 #bluecaribousnackbar #quebec #manchester #poutine #streetfood A post shared by Blue Caribou Snack Bar (@bcsnackbar) on Aug 17, 2019 at 1:54am PDT\nTo find out more about Blue Caribou Canteen and maybe plan a visit there night time you're across the pond, head to their website, Facebook or Instagram.\nNo, but really, if you ever go... please let us know how it stacks up to local poutine. You can always send us a tweet on Twitter or a message on Instagram.