Dallas >Kuby's Sausage House Inc
If you are looking for a traditional german meat market, you'll love this place.. This is the place to go if you want German meats and salads. They do traditional german meats and Potato salads that will take you back to Germany. Great shop.....great people!
Oompah!. I came here for lunch and loved it. Once you find a parking spot in Snider Plaza (my advice: be patient and kind), walking into this restaurant and shop is a delight. The service made me feel like family and the food was very good. I ordered the sausage plate and sampled various sausages. I'm afraid I couldn't resist one tall beer with my order, but it was a weekend, so it's ok. My German roots said so.
Delicious!. We had lunch and thoroughly enjoyed it. The sausage, red cabbage, and German potato salad were outstanding. The sauerkraut was not as great and I've had better, and certainly worse, Reuben sandwiches. I will go back again and again.
YUMMY. I have been to Kuby's twice-dinner and once for Sunday brunch. Dinner was excellent, but then I tried brunch and was VERY impressed. I loved their evening dinner--had spatzel and thought it was wonderful. This weekend, my family & I went there for brunch, and my family and I were so impressed with their breakfast menu! We ended up splitting a couple of items: a toasted croissant w/ 2 poached eggs, ham and hollaindaise sauce with YUMMY potatoes, a cold-cut tray from the deli (doesn't sound too exciting, but it is!), a full order of potato pancakes with apple sauce & sour cream, and a couple sausage plates with cabbage, sauerkraut and potatoes. Absolutely fabulous! We got there around 1 and waited 20 minutes for a table, but the rest of us just shopped around the grocery store while one of us waited in line. I would definitely recommend Kuby's.
This German delicatessen in Snider Plaza is a sought-after breakfast spot..
Located across the street from SMU, Kuby's is a wonderful slice of Deutschland split into a deli-grocery, featuring glass displays of brats, schnitzels and sausage links, and a larger dining area filled with dirndl-clad waitresses weaving in and out of mustard-yellow booths. Patrons grab a tasty breakfast of eggs done to their specifications, weiss or pork sausage sides and smoked bacon. It's also open for authentic German dinners on weekends.
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