You'll notice Skillet...burgers and poutine have been served out of their (slightly-dented) silver trailer since 2007.
|Yup, just a "slight" dent....|
|Hungry customers waiting near Ava Apartments!|
|The Burger + Poutine (Skillet)|
|A few bites into the burger|
Regarding the poutine, it was very tasty. A rich, savory gravy coated the fries, although it looked like shredded cheddar was used instead of the white cheese curds I would associate with "traditional" poutine. Nonetheless, my friend was eating the poutine several houses later, even after the food had gotten cold. Talk about comfort food at its finest!
Good service here, with more people showing up for food than originally expected. On our visit, Skillet was in a sectioned-off construction area near an apartment complex. I guess people will do anything for burgers and poutine! I didn't think it was worth $17...perhaps a few bucks less and I'd consider eating here more often.
By the way, you can even buy Skillet's bacon jam in select stores around the U.S. and in Canada! Skillet also sells a "pumpkin sauce" and a "fennel and black pepper bacon spread." I think I died and went to Heaven seeing all that.
Skillet's "Diner" (their brick-and-mortar place) has even more items, including breakfast fare. While the menu may change a bit each week, there will be usual mainstays on there. For example, on Sundays, Skillet usually advertises Chicken and Waffles! Head to Skillet and try their delicious food ASAP! 7.75/10