Come and try bit of Canadian cuisine. Fries with cheese curds topped with home made gravy. Add pulled pork, bacon or local favorite pulled beef.

What is Poutine?

“Poutine” is a fast food dish originating in Quebec, Canada, made with french fries, topped with cheese curds and hot brown gravy–like sauce. It is also found in some places in the northern United States, where it is called “Disco Fries”.

The most widespread claim for inventing poutine comes from the small dairy–farming town of Warwick, Québec, where, in 1957, a customer asked restaurateur Fernand Lachance to throw cheese curds, French fries in one bag with gravy. “Poutine” was born hence the meaning of the word in French slang means “Hot Mess”

Little bit about us

We are small family run Deli, which we opened in 2015. The building is an old garage, which has been in the neighbourhood for many years. The location and space was perfect for what we wanted to bring to Prague. A little piece of Canada that is. Canada isn’t world renown for its traditional cuisine but Poutine is loved by all Canadians. It’s a national treasure.



Křižíkova 134/58,
186 00 Praha 8 — Karlín
+420 774 427 243


Monday — Friday

11.00 — 14.00
16.30 — 19.30


Michal Kubenk
Jetelová 5, Praha 10, 106 00
IČO: 03785271

Obchodní rejstřík, vedený Městským soudem v Praze, oddíl C, vložka 108860
Odpovědný vedoucí: Tereza Kubent