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Daily: 03.00pm - 11.00pm
This stall claims to be the last sausage kiosk before the equator. They serve quality grilled sausages - Austrain style.
Interesting to find a rather authentic German sausage stall right smack in the outskirts of Chinatown. I had their sausage with cheese and I love it! Though I must say that the price is quite steep for the sausages. I also had the soup which I would say 'nevermind the soup' the next time.
Every time I walk past this stand, I tell myself how cute and quaint it is, and I'm gonna try the food one day. I love the decor of the kiosk (though very dusty) and loved how the chef always dons his chef outfit.
But when I finally did try the food out, it was really just average. Definitely not as good as the Bratwurst I've had in Germany. Just thinking about the German sausages I used to eat in Germany makes me salivate. It was a tad too oily and maybe the warm weather here just makes hot sausages less appealing.
I'm not sure if the chef was having a bad day, but he vented it on his customers. Perhaps it was a very warm day, especially so in the kiosk. I got scolded for placing my wallet beside my food, on the table where i ate. He said I was being arrogant for thinking that it wouldn't get stolen in a very nasty tone. I admit that i'm a little careless, but it was really uncalled for. He could have phrased it nicely. Either way it was unprofessional to vent his displeasure on customers.
all in all, I think it's over-hyped because it's one of the few sausage stands around with such a quaint exterior. Food was average, service seems to depends on his mood.