Nothing is more patriotic than hotdogs or donuts! Currywurst identifies these foods as comfort, family and fun!
Why not eat them together? Currywurst owner Kai Loebach had the idea of the Donutdog last year when the cronut craze took over the fit-crazed LA Scene.
To some it might seem strange to combine a hotdog and a donut, but Loebach encourages you not to “judge the grub” before you have taken a bite of it.
The Donutdog has become a very popular item at Currywurst. The restaurant’s namesake is a German tradition, serving authentic wurst with a scrumptious helping of either caramelized onions or sauerkraut, accompanied by the sweet and spicy house made mustard.
Freshly grilled sausage is sliced, sprinkled with curry powder and doused in homemade curry-ketchup. If you are going the traditional way of eating Currywurst, you won’t say no to the amazing fries. If you are a real Kraut, you will ask for mayonnaise with your fries.
The menu at Currywurst is more than brats. The Burgermeister is a six-plus ounce of juicy Angus beef served on a warm brioche bun with all the trimmings.
For those with a serious sweet tooth, choose between Currywurst’s famous tripled chocolate dipped soft-baked cookies, brownies – which are a perfect fix for any chocoholic – or if you prefer the more traditional German approach, opt for the most outrageous dessert, spaghetti ice cream! Let your imagination run wild!
Currywurst has still not peeked in popularity in the US. Germans eat an estimated 800 million servings annually. Maybe the World Cup will inspire more diners to try Currywurst!
109 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles. (323)413-2627. www.currywurstus.com.
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