After hearing much about Eli’s Serious Sausage, I wondered, why are the sausages so good? What makes people coming back for more? Since it was a nice day outside, I decided to walk all the way to the cart with the help of the Vancouver Street Food App.
They sell premium sausages in either on a dish or on a bun. The cart may look like a usual hot dog cart, but its not.
They are quite famous for their sausages because they are made from a 5th generation sausage maker. You can really taste the difference.
I got a chance to meet Eli. Yes, Eli’s Serious Sausage does indeed have an Eli. I chose the Currywurst on a dish ($6). I didn’t feel like a bun, so I had it the authentic German way. For $6, having it on a dish, really doesn’t do the sausage justice because without the bun, it looks small.
The sausage may seem a bit expensive, but their prices are pretty on par with JapaDog prices and other food carts.
The Currywurst is a bratwurst with curry powder and ketchup. It tasted good with it, but what if one day…there was real curry? That would be exciting.
I don’t think I ate enough to really rate Eli’s Serious Sausage, so I will probably be back to try another type of sausage with their pretzel bun.
110 Dunsmuir St