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WurstKuche

Just read about this place in Food and Wine. Don't recall having seen it posted before. Googled it and got their menu. This looks like it may be a destination point. Belgian fries, all sorts of defferent sausages and various beers, ales, etc. If anyone has tried this place share the adventure.

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    1. re: Servorg

      Thanks a lot Servorg. don't know how I missed that one. Still looks like a place I'mn at least going to give a try.

      1. re: Hughlipton

        Very close to my office. Give me a buzz if you need help!

    2. If you like sausage it deserves your attention.
      All sausages are charbroiled with a choice of toppings and the Belgian fries are perfection. My favorites are the Kielbasa and Louisiana hot link.
      Kind of beer hall seating and atmosphere.
      http://www.wurstkucherestaurant.com/

      I still can't pronounce the place properly.

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      1. re: monku

        "virst-kookuh"

        IMHO the only order worth placing is for the near-perfect brat and an order of fries. All other sausages seem to be on the menu in order to justify having a 'sausage-only' menu.

        1. re: mrgreenbeenz

          I started this thread by referring to a review in Food and Wine and I wish to apologize for a misstatement. The Review was in Bon Appetit, January issue page 31 where the writer vouches for the Filipino Maharika pork sausage with carmelized onions. That is what sort of got me going. Anyone else out there tried that particular sausage and do you agree or disagree with the review?

          1. re: Hughlipton

            I broke my own rules (always order the brat) and got the Filipino sausage a couple weeks back. Was hoping for a longhinasa-type sausage but really it just tasted like a slightly sweet brat with a slightly higher (but not spicy) dose of peppers.

      2. We went during lunch hour on a work day and the line was going out the door. Having said that, the 'dog was great, the fries were amazing, and I would have killed for a big beer and more time. It looks like a great hipster pickup spot as well (sadly, I'm not hip). Have fun.

        1. This place is great. It wasn't all that crowded when I went. I had the veggie chorizo I think (I know - not sausage!) - but it was delicious. I thought the prices were high, but I had a fun time and didn't mind. The fries are definitely a do.

          1. My favorite is the mango jalapeno sausage. And the chipotle aioli dipping sauce for the fries is nice. But for me, its a pricey lunch. And the waits can be bad, particularly for Friday lunch. Enjoy.