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Chinatown’s new sausage parlour, inspired by German street food culture, has finally opened after much anticipation. I tried currywurst for the first time a couple months ago on the mean streets of Recklinghausen in Germany and was thoroughly delighted. The dish is a 1949 Berlin invention born from having an abundance of leftover curry powder from British soldiers after WWII.
It’s served as a proper German bratwurst pork sausage, steam then fried, sliced and seasoned with hot curried ketchup (on top of fresh cut fries). Here, we were served sausage and sauerkraut (above), another popular offshoot of the classic dish. Bestie offers four choices of wurst ranging from classic pork thuringer, southern BBQ turkey, Turkish lamb, or veggie wurst.
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