Now that Roslindalians have had some time to familiarize themeselves with the moi moi and other Nigerian delicacies at Suya Joint, what's the next hot thing for their sophisticated palates?
With new owners, Romano's, at the corner of Corinth and Washington, has expanded from two cuisines (Mexican and Italian) to three, with the addition of French Canadian poutine.
God only knows what inspired them to add the French fries, gravy and curds dish to their weekend menu, but if you're hankering for poutine just like maman used to make, you no longer have to drive five hours to Montreal.
If you can't make it on the weekends, don't worry: They promise they can cook you up an order if you give them 25 minutes advance notice.
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