Yes, Erich Sollboeck, the owner of Erich's Wuerstelstand, is involved in this new venture as a consultant and the brain behind it.
Frank N. Furter (FNF) interviewed Erich:” What is the idea behind this new project?”
Erich:” The whole idea of “GERMAN IMBISS" is to bring German food to the masses.”
FNF: “ What is the difference between your Wuerstelstand in Chinatown and here?”
Erich: “You cannot compare the ambience in Chinatown to the food court in Suntec. Chinatown is a laid-back, down to earth al fresco night market where my customers are many locals who love the heritage of China and of course a lot of tourists from all over the world. Whereas German Imbiss in the air coned Suntec City Food Courts attracts a different clientele. Especially during lunchtime he court is filled with employees from the surrounding office towers but of course also with shoppers.
FNF:” Any difference in the menu?” Erich: ” No major differences, some additional things that cannot be offers in the “small kitchen” of a sausage kiosk.
However one thing you can be totally assured is the excellent quality of products offered in both locations. It is the “real thing” , you can get the same products in Germany or Austria since many of the ingredients are flown in from Germany on a regular basis.
You will find a variety of fresh, meaty sausages, meat loaf and tasty Pretzels.”
FNF: “So what can people find on the menu?”
Erich: “ Signature German/Austrian favorites like Bratwurst (pork sausage), Bockwurst (smoked pork sausage), Kaesekrainer (pork cheese sausage), Currywurst (pork curry sausage) and Sauerkraut ( braised white German cabbage salad.
FNF: "That sounds delicious. I’m already salivating! But how about the costs?”
Erich: ” Have I not mentioned yet that you can enjoy these yummy dishes not exceeding $6!
A set meal for example with meatloaf, veggies and bread for LESS than $5!!!
Come see our stall and find out yourself about our bargain dishes.
And if you happen to be in Chinatown stop by at Erich’s WuersteIstand I will be there and entertain you all.
FnF: “ Thank you Erich and good luck for your ventures."