Following the roaring success of the inaugural brilliant Bavarian bratwurst outlet on Villiers Street, Herman Ze German has opened a second shop - this time in Soho's famous Old Compton Street. The brainchild of German-born, Brighton-based friends Florian Frey and Azadeh Falakshahi, Herman Ze German recreates the traditional sausage shacks on the corner of most German streets - and does so to devastating effect. Each wurst is made to an authentic German recipe, using the freshest free-range meat sourced from family-run, quality butchers in Germany's Black Forest. The sizzling sausages are gluten and lactose-free and have a meat content of 95% - earning themselves the nickname 'Tube Steaks'. There are three varieties of 27-centimetre weiners - Bratwurst, Chilli Beef and Brockwurst - all grilled to perfection and served with toppings including sauerkraut, onions and lashings of mustard, as well as fat-free chips cooked without oil. Meatballs also grace the menu, while some say Herman Ze German's famous Currywurst is ze best to be tasted both inside and outside Germany. Wash down with some Fritz-Kola or a cup of Union coffee, and you're all set. Now open in Soho, Herman Ze German is definitely wurst a look if you're in the area and fancy taking down some sausage.
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