Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Explore 10 destinations through food

Get ready for something tasty!!

Ever heard of Poutine? No, well you are in for a treat especially if you live in or around London as you can visit!
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Air Canada is putting the iconic Canadian dish: Poutine on the UK map to showcase 10 #CoolNotCold destinations in the Americas which you can fly to this winter and want everyone to try it. As a foodie I just couldn't resist, especially when I was told the base of the dish is chips, cheese and gravy - what is not to love.
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Name: Air Canada Poutinerie

Location: 52-56 Kingsland Rd, Shoreditch, London, E2 8DP

Nearest tube: Old Street

Opening hours: Only open until 11th November: 12pm until 4pm and 5pm to 10.30pm daily

The Cost: prices start from £3.50 and the portion is pretty reasonable.

Queuing:  Around 5 mins. You may not get a table as its very popular but there is always somewhere to perch.

What is to love: Amazing food, aviation themed interior including virtual reality experience and great Canadian wine. Also Air Canada Poutinerie is proudly supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

The pop-up is in a lounge style bar setting, offering an array of craft beer, homemade root beer and Canadian wine as well as delicious poutine. Each poutine dish is with a twist
and inspired by an Air Canada destination you can fly to this winter you have:
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Toronto the 6ix: Sweet potato fries, maple-soy pork cuts, kimchee, cheese curd, green onion and mayo.

Seattle’s Emerald City Burger Gravy: Fries, peanut-chipotle butter, hamburger gravy, Kraft Cheese, pickled gherkin.

Montreal’s The French: Frites, confit de canard, Comté cheese, cep snow.

Portland’s Vegan Chili Fries: Fries, Szechuan chilli gravy, bean curd, sesame, spring onion.

Miami’s South Beach Pollo: Corn-dusted fries, white cheese, pulled chicken, avocado.

Cancun’s Costa Maya Mole: Sweet potato fries, queso fresco, mole sauce, micro coriander.

Vancouver’s Stanley Park Poutine: Pine-salted chips, Burford Brown egg, smoked cheddar, celery root gravy.

Buenos Aires’ Chimichurri: Potato chips, grilled Provoleta cheese, chimichurri sauce.

Boston’s Loaded Crab: Chips, fresh crab, gouda cream sauce, scallions, blue cheese crumbles.

The Halifax Downstream Poutine: Chips, Canadian lobster, cheese curds, shellfish gravy.


The Portland’s Vegan Chili Fries was the highlight for me…incredible.
If you like the taste of Canada you can virtually take off on an Air Canada flight through a virtual reality on-board experience and if that's not good enough you can even be in with a chance to win flights!!

How do I win?!?
I hear your cry…well anyone who visits the pop-up are in with a chance to win Air Canada flights. Two economy flights are up for grabs every day to any destination that Air Canada flies to within its network which is to over 200 #CoolNotCold destinations on six continents.

Just post a picture of your Poutine from the pop- up on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #CoolNotCold and remember to tag @aircanada .

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This post is sponsored by Air Canada


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