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Smoked Brisket Poutine Platter

With Rich Lager Beef Gravy and Cheese Curds
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Chef Kris Hansen brings a smokey twist on a Canadian classic. Featuring half a pound of The Carbon Bar’s famous Texas-style smoked prime beef brisket, one and a half pounds of crispy golden fries smothered in a rich lager gravy made with beef and chicken broth, and creamy cheese curds, this Smoked Brisket Poutine Platter is perfect for game day celebrations, backyard BBQs, easy family dinners, or simply adding to your rotation of comfort food favourites from The Carbon Bar.

Serves 2 | Easy Prep | 1 Course

$35.00

Kris Hansen

The Carbon Bar

At the age of just 25 he landed his first Head Chef position and now serves as the Executive Chef of The Carbon Bar.

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