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September 10, 2009
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We stumbled across the CURRYWOLF en route to Charlottenburg’s Radio Tower. Sadly, both were shuttered.

CURRYWOLF, of course, connotes currywurst, the classic Berlin fast-food Gesamtkunstwerk. For the uninitiated, that is fried, sliced pork sausage, topped with curried ketchup and curry powder, served with a pile of fries and consumed with a dainty plastic fork.

Unfortunately, the stand sits inert and immaculate as the Kabba. The logo, lettering, and overall look suggest a deadly seriousness toward the craft of Soviet tetherball. Reviews I read were solid, so I was disappointed to find the recent ones attesting to its dormancy. We’ll keep vigil just the same. Someone is keeping that white box awfully white.

CURRYWOLF is not to be confused with PEANUTBUTTERWOLF, which serves beef sausages slathered in peanut butter.

We found this place around the corner.

Wurst Max


Judging from that door handle, I’m guessing they only do sausages by the briefcase. Could it be that the 63rd story bigwigs at WURSTMAXE had something to do with the Wolf’s demise?

P.S. You can make your very own curry ketchup at home: pour a bunch of curry powder into a bowl of Heinz ketchup and stir. You can put on wristbands and pretend you are the Curry Wolf.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Susan permalink
    September 12, 2009 17:48

    Maybe Wurstmaxe got Huffy and was not about to curry favor with the Wolf.

  2. Currywolf permalink
    August 8, 2013 00:59

    CURRYWOLF is dead, but it live CURRYWOLF!!!

    • Currywolf permalink
      August 8, 2013 01:01

      This is the CURRYWOLF-Hymn!!!

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