A warm, sunny day in Cornwall, Ontario with friends meant a stop at a little seasonal joint called Séguin Patate.
Lots of stuff to choose from and a picnic table to eat it on.
But how could we pass up the poutine?
Here's Mr. Séguin Patate welcoming me. He's a cutie, eh?
Inside the busy kitchen, there was a cute cartoon advertising the St. Albert curds used on their poutine.
A lone seagull stood patiently waiting for a handout.
We split a large poutine. Jen had them add bacon, just to give it a try.
That poutine got photographed from many angles.
We dug in and had the following comments: It was on the small side for a so-called "large"; the fries were great as was the gravy which tasted of bacon; the curds weren't squeaky. All in all, a pretty good effort. 4 out of a possible 5 curds.
Séguin Patate, 921 Marlborough St N, Cornwall, Ontario
Open seasonally from spring to fall.