Best Poutine2012 Finalist See 2012’s Winner »
558 Sacramento, San Francisco, CA 94111
Switching between being an off-the-menu item to an on-the-menu item depending on the day, the Wayfare Tavern's poutine builds on its terrific French fries by adding various types of gravy depending on what's available in the kitchen. One night, the kitchen used braised lamb neck and mirepoix, which gave some texture and bolstered the gravy's flavor. The mozzarella curds are melted on top of the dish, resembling a snowcapped mountain of fries. Much-maligned truffle oil is often drizzled on the fries to add an extra oomph; during truffle season, the poutine comes with shaved truffles as well. Rumor has it Tyler Florence has plans to make the poutine available year-round, swapping out ingredients to make it seasonally appropriate.
Source: SF Weekly
Do you own or manage this business? Click here to promote your award