The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar features the Orlando debut of the No. 1 Currywurst Truck

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Mach schnell to the Aug. 9 Daily City Food Truck Bazaar, where the No. 1 Currywurst Truck celebrates its first official Orlando appearance. Nicolas Neuhierl and his wife met while working in the German beer garden at Epcot (he’s from Munich, she’s from Berlin) and after their Disney experience, moved back to Germany together. But: “We loved and missed Florida so much that we decided to come back and start a new life over here,” says Neuhierl. “The No. 1 Currywurst Truck is a franchise from L.A. and we decided to introduce it to Orlando … currywurst is the perfect meal after a long party night or just during your lunch break at work.” Those who don’t immediately warm up to the über-popular German street food, which is legit delicious and consists of steamed and fried pork sausage doused in curry ketchup, may be glad to know that the truck will also serve döner kebab and Oktoberfest grilled cheese. German TV channel RTL will be at the opening, filming Orlando’s reactions to the new tastes, so let’s make a good impression, OK?
Guten appetit



6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9 | Orlando Fashion Square Mall, 3201 E. Colonial Drive | facebook.com/currywursttruckorlando | free







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