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Berlin Currywurst
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3827 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
3827 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
(323) 663-1989berlincurrywurst.com
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Patrons pair German sausages with spicy curries & German craft beers in an industrial-chic space.- Google
"The sausage was really good and the paprika taste was great!"
"This place felt more authentic than the Currywurst on Fairfax."
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Danny Nguyen
2 months ago
We came here and got the paprika sausage since it was the most popular one and I love the flavor! We got the one where they gave us an extra sausage for a couple more bucks, so it was around 9 bucks total for two sausages and two pieces of bread. The sausage was really good and the paprika taste was great! We used the sauce to dip in the pieces of bread! The service was really good and quick too!
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Nicholas Anderson
a year ago
I went to this place on a week night after walking by it a few dozen times and never really seeing anyone inside. Anyways as soon as I entered the place I'd have to say the overall design of the place was very cozy very modern. As soon as I went up to the menu I didn't really know what I wanted to eat so I just asked for whatever they'd recommend. The employees were all very friendly and very helpful in helping me make my decisions. I got this bread, a sauce, some sausage, and then I believe sauerkraut which was very mild. The sauce to me tasted a little too tangy very much like those BBQ Sauces people make with a fruit base I think they said oranges were used in it. Well I then thought maybe I didn't like that one sauce, well I tried all the other sauces and they too tasted exactly like the first sauce only slightly different. Bottom Line is this place is way too slow to be a beergarden even though it has a fantastic patio and I really think the sausages should have come in a bun and the bread and sauce part was unimpressive, while the sausage and sauerkraut I actually enjoyed. I don't really know how this idea expanded beyond one location it feels a little off.
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Jessica York
a year ago
One of the best sausage restaurants in LA. A great value for your money and you definitely won't be disappointed. I wish they would open another location in Orange County!
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Thomas von Kurthausen
2 years ago
Went there for dinner last night. Had never been to this restaurant and wasn't sure how the ordering worked. The gentleman behind the counter noticed my confusion and explained it in clear terms. I ended up going with the Rindswurst on the medium heat level. It was fantastic. Overall this place was great. Great staff and great atmosphere.
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Yo Oshima
2 months ago
Their fries are amazing. I wish I wasn't on diet, otherwise I would go to this place a lot more often.
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Alec Rojas
a year ago
Beautiful spot. Great staff. Excellent pours of german beer. I dig the currywurst as well. The system of ordering is intricate but allows each way to be a tailored experience. Avoid the hottest one if possible, it has ghost peppers. Thankfully not very crowded but with excellent food.
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Soren Olsen
3 years ago
Delicious tasting sausage with a solid curry to match. This place felt more authentic than the Currywurst on Fairfax. Serve the currywurst with a couple pieces of bread rather than on a bun. Delicious... Nice folks working, nice outdoor seating looking at a cool graffiti mural and an interesting intersection. Price is gets a little high ($15), especially if you top off the sausage with their cup of fries. Worth it? Yes, if you throw the onions on too. I enjoyed.
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Chewie Mon
2 years ago
Owners and staff are really fun to chat with and nice, friendly people all-around. Bratwurst is very yummy, and I am personally fond of a heat level of 2. Seems a little expensive for sausage and bread, but hey, it's artisan and definitely an experience.