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Old 12-28-2012, 09:44 PM
 
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Has anyone tried this relatively new place? It's on Charleston, just west of Decatur. They have absolutely fantastic curry sausage, and great burgers that have been compared with In-N-Out.

I have no financial interest in this place - I just really like the food and I want to spread the word. VERY yummy stuff, especially their curry sauce. Yum.
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:07 PM
 
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I pass by it every day-- I work close to there-- do they have turkey burgers? I don't eat any beef or pork, so I was concerned that I wouldn't have many
choices there. I'd love to try it if they do though
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Old 12-29-2012, 10:17 AM
 
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Compared to In-N-Out? Is that place suppose to be that good? Must be a Cali thing.


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Old 12-29-2012, 10:58 AM
 
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I don't like German food very much. My husband used to work at the Hofbrauhaus and while the freshness and attention to detail were there, the cuisine itself just doesn't appeal to me. Too much sausage. Glad you found a place you like, though. It's important to have a good lunch spot.
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Old 12-29-2012, 11:54 AM
 
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I don't like German food very much. My husband used to work at the Hofbrauhaus and while the freshness and attention to detail were there, the cuisine itself just doesn't appeal to me. Too much sausage. Glad you found a place you like, though. It's important to have a good lunch spot.
Sausage, sausage and more sausage. Thats all I ate in Frankfurt. Even had sausage on the stick.

So you are against sausage, I see.



Maybe a great thread would be about where some of our favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner locations are in the valley. Forget that "best of Las Vegas" badge. In a couple of years, all establishments will wear that badge. Eventually.
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Old 12-29-2012, 02:00 PM
 
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Sausage, sausage and more sausage. Thats all I ate in Frankfurt. Even had sausage on the stick.

So you are against sausage, I see. (Very funny, smarty pants)



Maybe a great thread would be about where some of our favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner locations are in the valley. Forget that "best of Las Vegas" badge. In a couple of years, all establishments will wear that badge. Eventually.
^^ That would be a good thread. The "Best of Las Vegas" badge is a mixed bag. Pizza Hut got best pizza several times in a row.
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Old 12-29-2012, 05:11 PM
 
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I been in that place. Hofbrauhaus too.
Taste of food does not have anything to do with food in Germany. Everything looks nice on plate but taste is just not right for me.
Anyone who was in Germany knows what im talking about.
My friend from Germany who was with me there last month said that right : This is German food for Americans.
There are people who like it,but i doubt that people tryed same food before in Germany.

Same goes with Italian restaurants in LV.

But biggest surprise to me is that i can not find good ITALIAN pizza in LV. In LA i knew few places with good pizza made by Italians.
And when i say pizza i dont mean something that is trying to be it.

I heard story of one professional pizzaiolo (man who makes pizzas) who came from Italy to Vegas few years ago. He found a job in one pizza place here and started to make pizzas in his italian way. Few days later boss told him that customers complain about pizzas, they are not like they used to be before.
They didnt like "italian way pizzas" .
He found another job in another pizzeria here and - same thing. Altough that place became very popular between italians in LV because of his pizzas his boss told him business is down because other local people/americans dont like it. He quit his job and now is dealer.
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Old 12-29-2012, 05:26 PM
 
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Maybe a great thread would be about where some of our favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner locations are in the valley.
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^^ That would be a good thread.
Well, here's a start:

Best Pancakes in Las Vegas?

Breakfast Joints in SE Henderson

Any recommendations of a breakfast joint, NW?

Nice reasonably priced brunch

Great places to eat lunch?

Best fine dining restaurant on the strip?

Best Crab Legs in Vegas?

Favorite Vegas Restaurant

Best buffet for around $10

The OLDE places to eat.

Prime Rib & Steakhouse recommendations OFF STRIP.
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Old 12-29-2012, 06:04 PM
 
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Now we just need a moderator that can combine all of the threads.
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Old 12-29-2012, 06:15 PM
 
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I been in that place. Hofbrauhaus too.
Taste of food does not have anything to do with food in Germany. Everything looks nice on plate but taste is just not right for me.
Anyone who was in Germany knows what im talking about.

My friend from Germany who was with me there last month said that right : This is German food for Americans.
There are people who like it,but i doubt that people tryed same food before in Germany.

Just don't ever say that when you are at the Hofbrauhaus. Klaus or Tony would break a beer mug over your head. Most of the kitchen staff is German and the place prides itself on it's authenticity.

All of the beer and much of the food (sausages and schnitzel, etc.) are imported directly from Germany.

They prefer the term "Bavarian" when speaking of the cuisine.

I can't speak to real Italian pizza because I've never had it. Care to describe the differences? We might actually have a couple of places here in town that make it the old school way, but since I don't exactly know what that means, it's hard to say.
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