As soon as you walk in the restaurant, it’s got an American diner feel to it. They had booths which had their own little jukeboxes that played two songs per $1 you put in. The waitresses were nice and friendly and once we have ordered, the food was quick to come.
As an entree, we ordered Poutine, which is a Canadian dish. My boyfriend’s brother, who is getting married to a lovely Canadian woman could not stop talking about Poutine and how good this dish is. For those of you who are not familiar with it, it’s chips (or fries as Americans would call it) topped with cheese curd and brown gravy. I know that we’re obviously not in Canada so I wasn’t expecting it to be the best Poutine going around but it wasn’t as bad as I expected it to be – tastewise. I have put up photos of the Happy Days Poutine and a traditional Canadian Poutine so you can see for yourself.