Canadian restaurant Maple Bacon opens in Plano, serving breakfast all day and poutine – The Dallas Morning News

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A Canadian restaurant called Maple Bacon is now open in West Plano, on W. Parker Road at the Dallas North Tollway.

The restaurant is operated by Debra Delaurier, a Canadian chef who has opened 17 restaurants. Her existing restaurants are in Canada, and she now lives in Texas, where she hopes customers like her all-day breakfast menu.

“That’s her passion,” says general manager Gregory Austin, “to bring Canadian flavor down into Texas.”

Maple Bacon Restaurant in Plano will specialize in Canadian food, including poutine.
Maple Bacon Restaurant in Plano will specialize in Canadian food, including poutine.(Courtesy of Gregory Austin)

Her nephew runs another Canadian restaurant in town, restaurant Maple Leaf Diner, located near Preston Road and 635 in North Dallas. She is not involved in Maple Leaf Diner.

Since Maple Bacon is a Canadian restaurant, poutine will be a staple. Poutine is a Canadian bar snack made of French fries, cheese and gravy.

Austin also says the Belgian waffles are a specialty. “They’re stacked really high and they look amazing,” he says.

Beyond breakfast items — a “mountain” of French toast, a fleet of pancakes and five versions of eggs benedict — the restaurant has a full lunch and dinner menu. The lengthy four-page menu has about 100 options on it.

In a rare turn for a small restaurant, Maple Bacon bakes its own bread in-house.

Maple Bacon Restaurant opened Dec. 13 and takes over a former Baker Brothers American Deli.

Maple Bacon Restaurant is at 6009 W. Parker Road, Plano. It serves breakfast all day: from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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