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Restaurants, Canadian Pasadena
5 out of 5 stars
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Patate Sucre at Spudds
Photograph: Courtesy Spudds Patate Sucre at Spudds

Time Out says

Alongside classic American counter food like hamburgers and chicken wings, Pasadena’s Spudds serves up almost a dozen different styles of poutine. Each of these variations, including Mexican, Philly cheesesteak and corndog, are built off of the classic accoutrements—chicken gravy and a generous covering of small-sized cheese curds. Regardless of additional toppings, the freshly-fried, hand cut french fries are the star of the dish, appropriate considering the name of the operation. (Following through with the eponymous tuber, Spudds also puts together a variety of baked potatoes.) Unique among poutine restaurants, Spudds serves a sweet version of the savory standby using sweet potatoes covered by the traditional gravy and cheese curds.

By: Jef Harmatz



Address: 1802 E Washington Blvd
Los Angeles
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-930pm; Sun Noon-9pm
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Hey Jef! Awesome review but the gravy at Spudds is VEGETARIAN (contains no chicken!) and the pictured poutine is not a Patate Sucre (that's a regular poutine)--The picture I attached is their Sweet Potato Poutine :)