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The All You Can Eat Poutine Restaurant In Vancouver You Need To Know About

All of your poutine dreams are about to come true.

Poutine is one of the best Canadian food inventions and many Canadians all across the nation have a shared love for this gravy filled, cheesy, fried potato goodness.

READ ALSO: 8 Of The Freaking Best French Fries In Vancouver

Although poutine is originated from Quebec, which is on the other side of the country, authentic, and UNLIMITED Québécois poutine may be closer than you think.

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La Belle Patate, located on 1215 Davie Street, is a Vancouver restaurant opened by Montrealers and this restaurant sure does serve up a delicious, authentic Québécois style poutine. They're open until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday to satisfy all your late night cravings, 11 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 p.m. on Sundays.

For all vegetarians who love a good poutine, no fear! La Belle Patate's gravy is meat free and there is a vegetarian poutine option.

The craziest part? They have an all-you-can-eat poutine option, the one and only in Vancouver! For $19.50, you can eat your heart out with unlimited poutine. For all you poutine die-hards, this might just be a dream come true.

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Even if you don't want to do all-you-can-eat, there are still 38 different varieties of poutine for your choosing! Smoked meat, chicken, galvaude, and more - you can have it all.

Aside from poutine, Montréal smoked meat sandwiches, steamed hotdogs, and other Québécois foods are available at La Belle Patate.

And this all you can eat deal is happening all day every day (at least until they close for the day).

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