Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Vegan Cürrywurst

The Chef: King of Cürrywurst

The Menu: A delicious, hearty meat-free take on Germany's legendary street cart cuisine, cürrywurst; a sliced vegan sausage slathered in a rich, tangy curry-tomato sauce. Our veganized currywurst was paired with a fluffy bread roll—called a brötchen—for dipping in the super savory sauce.

The Goods: Today's lunch was fantastic for a variety of reasons. First, we never complain when vegan companies such as San Francisco-based catering company King of Cürrywurst offer to cater our staff lunch. Second, we never complain when said companies bring to-die-for vegan sausage covered in spicy sauce. Third, well, that pretty much sums it up. We loved the fresh, zesty kick of the perfectly seasoned curry tomato sauce, and would definitely order this veganized version of the German standard from a SF street cart. Ideally, we will be doing so in the very near future. Currently, King of Cürrywurst is serving its meat-free fare at the SF Underground Farmers' Market.


Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Oh man, I would love some Vegan Cürrywurst! I didn't know this company existed!

Hungry from Portland said...

I am coming to SF and just can't wait to try this authentically German taste treat. That savory sauce, OH THAT SAUCE !!!!!

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