An herb-filled veal and beef wurst cooked in beer, marinated in beer, tastes like beer, but no beer left in it (sorry).
A mild pork and beef sausage served with regular or spicy mustard.
A knack wurst served Berlin style, smothered in homemade curry ketchup and topped with curry powder. One of the most popular wursts in Germany.
An Austrian delicacy made with pork and beef, smoked to perfection, and filled with cheese. There is a mild and a spicy version!
This is a pork and beef sausage that has been smoked to perfection.
We don’t always have these, but if you’re lucky, you might catch us with them on our menu for the day!
This is one of the oldest sausage recipes in Germany dating back to 1300. It is a perfected sausage with veal, pork, beef and spices.
The German National Dish is a hammered pork loin, breaded in homemade bread crumbs and flash fried.
Shaved beef served with a vegetable medley, cabbage, and German-style Tzatziki sauce.
A common German dish similar to a deli meat, it is made of minced bacon, pork, beef and herbs baked into a loaf.
Pick any 2 Wurst, plus a side, a roll, and a drink
Pick any 3 Wurst, plus a side, a roll and a drink
Pick any 1 Wurst, plus a roll
Kartoffel Salat (German Potato Salad)
Kraut Salat (German Cabbage Salad)
Kartoffel Chips (Chips)
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Lemonade, Water
The Wurst Wagen is owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Gerard and Erin Lin who share a love for authentic German food. They chose the name The Wurst Wagen because it reminds them of the wurst kiosks that they have visited in their travels around Germany. This inspired them to open a business that would draw on some of their favorite German food and the many discoveries that they shared in their travels.
In 2012, The Wurst Wagen was born!
Gerard was raised in Bavaria, Germany, in the small village of Siegsdorf. As a child he had many favorite German dishes, but Wuerste (sausages) were what he loved the most. He has many years in the food and restaurant industry and is energized to bring this love and experience to The Wurst Wagen. Gerard has a passion for traditional German recipes such as Curry Wurst, Wiener Wurst, and Nuernberger Wurst, and is excited to bring these and many others to you.
Gerard met his wife, Erin, in Columbia, South Carolina. It only took one trip to Germany for Erin to fall in love with the German food and the wurst kiosks. Erin has a business background with many years in finance and retail. It is this experience that keeps the wheels of the Wagen rolling.
Find us at The Wurst Wagen!