This place is perhaps known for the Alaskan Reindeer sausage ($5.50), brought straight from Alaska.
Bryan toasts the buns on the grill and splits each sausage while it cooks. He sautees onions in a pan and makes it an option with each hot dog. And yup, you can get a lovely grilled jalapeno with your meal.
The reindeer sausage is excellent, top-notch seasoning. To me, the snap of the natural casing really makes the sausage that much better. The onions are cooked to perfection, still with a slight crunch to them. And bless you, Bryan, for toasting the bun.
|Gotta get a jalapeno as well!|
The chocolate chip cookie ($1.50) was outstanding. A hefty little guy it was. Can't go wrong with chocolate chips and walnuts. And hey, it was a whole wheat chocolate chip cookie, which automatically means it's healthy.
Bryan makes several from-scratch sauces. He likes the garlic aioli, while I reached automatically for the Chile de Arbol y Guajillo sauce. While I don't think any of the sauces are really spicy, the one I had packed some great flavor.
Even the sauerkraut here is made from scratch.
Other choices include German bratwurst, Polish beef dogs, and vegan sausages.
This is a very solid food cart and I definitely want to go back for more. I'm just puzzled on why it took me so long to visit this place. 8.75/10
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