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- 67%Art & Design Lovers
- 67%Budget Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
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- Wurstküche RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 14Nov 06, 2013
Their gourmet hot dogs are overrated but they are tasty :) i need to come back and try their regular hot dogs.
What I recommend:
-fries!!! And their sauces!!!!! Get a medium and share it with a friend.
- cucumber soda: light and refreshing. It goes well with the heavy greasy fries.
- apple beer if u like sweet alcohol like me
- if u love beer then this place won't disappoint you
Dont bother leaving room for dessert. It's not worth the price.
- Wurstküche RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Sep 23, 2013
If you're craving sausage or beer or both this is the place to go! The downtown location is perfect for hanging out with a group of friends at one of the long picnic style tables. But go early because this place fills up fast. The space is super sleek with wood beams and exposed bricks, the perfect downtown vibe. And the sausages, which come in different flavors, are delish!
- Wurstküche RestaurantAug 29, 2013
Great food and beers! This is ideal to take dad's, brother's and significant others...they will love it. I usually get the Louisiana Hot Links but they have some funky sausages like snake and rabbit. I stick to the regular chicken, beef or pork sausages. Their french fries are the belgium style, very good and you get a few dipping sauces.
It is located at the art district in downtown LA, just a 2 blocks from Little Tokyo.
The place is usually crowded, I went for lunch on a Sunday and it wasn't as busy as nighttime. We easily got a place to sit (you seat yourself). Great place to try!
- Wurstküche RestaurantCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Nov 25, 2013
Wurstkuche was one of the first places that had gourmet house-made sausages, which permanently put them on the foodie map. They do provide solid food (albeit a bit pricey) and they do have awesome family-style picnic tables, but I still think it's a bit over-hyped. They use meats like snake and rabbit, but honestly, you can't really taste the difference when ground up, heavily salted, stuffed into a casing and eaten with a hot dog bun.Recommended for
- Wurstküche RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersApr 08, 2013
The name literally translates to "Sausage Kitchen" and the food here is great. You can choose from your standard bratwursts or if you're feeling more adventurous you can try things like the rattlesnake sausage. They also have great beers on tap (as any self respecting German-inspired restaurant should!) Even the veggie sausages are great -- the vegetarians I ate with once even bought some to take home!
They also cater private events!Recommended for
- Wurstküche RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Dec 01, 2013
At first glance, you might dismiss this place as some warehouse. Then you notice the line snaking out the door and that makes you wonder. If you're curious enough to try it out, you'll be delighted by the selection of sausages, ranging from typical bratwursts to ones with alligator or buffalo. The topping choices they offer are simple, but boy are there a lot of mustards to choose from!
I love the Filipino Maharlika, with its hint of sweetness. Also totally obsessed with the sauerkraut topping and I get a double serving of that each time. Their fries are good too (and I usually don't like fries) and even better are all the sauces you can dip them in. Yum!
Follow the long dark hallway to the back and it opens up to a giant cafeteria-style room with long benches. They also have a bar and a DJ back there, to keep you entertained. On a nice night you can opt to sit outside on the patio area and when you're ready to leave, why not stroll over to Little Tokyo and check that out?
- Wurstküche RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesFeb 12, 2013
Awesome sausage place. So many different options from typical bratwurst to exotic things like alligator. I tried rattle snack and rabbit. Yeah it sounds weird and yeah it's good. They also have a few vegetarian options.
Haven't tested the beers, but they have 24 on tap.Recommended for
Address:800 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Total Reviews:33 Reviews
Open Hours:Mon-Sun 11am-12am (Kitchen) 11am-2am (Bar)