While Thrillist noted that Wendy’s is the only fast-food chain to offer a baked potato at every location, the toppings for the dish differ depending on the location of the restaurant. According to Taste of Home, the chili & cheese, as well as the plain cheese options are not available for those heading to the drive-thru for a spud in Canada. However, this doesn’t mean they don’t have a potato dish exclusive to the country’s own Wendy’s restaurants.
As you probably could have guessed, Canadian Wendy’s offers a couple of poutine items for its patrons to devour. According to Wendy’s Canada, eateries up in the Great White North serve a classic poutine dish, which includes a bed of “sea-salt-seasoned, skin-on potatoes” smothered in gravy and cheese curds, as well as a version that adds bacon to the already delectable combination of toppings – because everything is better with bacon.