Foodology

Eli’s Serious Sausage

Diana AKA DesignGirl January 31, 2011 Downtown, Streetcart

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.

Twitter:

@EatEli

Address:

110 Dunsmuir St
Vancouver, BC

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.