Herman ze German

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Herman ze German says

Born out of a love of our traditional German dish, Herman ze German first came to life upon realising there was a distinct lack of our beloved sausage here in the UK. Having grown up in the Black Forest with an abundance of great wurst, we began importing homemade sausages from our trusted family butcher to sell in our local pub in Brighton. Fast-forward 6 years and after countless festivals, events, a comedy takeover staring funny-man Alan Carr and ze World Cup victory, we now share our passions with two (soon to be three!) permanent homes in London.

Herman ze German Soho is our first restaurant-style home with seated areas throughout and ze basement which is a perfect rest-bite from the hustle and bustle of Old Compton Street. With quality, authenticity and a sense of humour at the heart of everything we does, the menu is filled with the tastiest and healthiest gluten & lactose-free Bratwurst, Chilli Beef and Bockwurst, all grilled to perfection served with toppings of choice including sauerkraut and onions, delicious salad or air-fried chips with a mere 5% fat content. The Schni-Po-Salad offers up a tasty addition of traditional Schnitzel-Pommes-Salad. However, it is our Currywurst that is the real draw and washed down a German beer, available on tap or bottled, we hope you agree “our wurst is ze best!”.

With hundreds of HzG fans and a range of great tasting, fine quality sausages and sauces, we know that whenever you see a Herman, you know it’s a proper German.
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  • Address:

    Herman ze German 33 Old Compton Street
    London
    W1D 5JU

  • Venue phone:

    02077340431

  • Venue website:

    www.herman-ze-german.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    MON - THURS: 7AM -11.30PM FRI: 7AM - Midnight SAT: 10AM - Midnight SUN: 10AM - 11.30PM

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus

  • Price:

    Main courses £3.25-£9.95

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talktothehand

I really like this place and a good addition to Old Compton St. Has the no fuss self service of Mr Moaz but a little more relaxed and there is beer! Very good beer and at the same price and better quality than most of the bars in the vicinity. Mr Moaz might end the evening but this place is a good start with friends. Not a date place - you'll get dumped!

Enrico Pinna

Expensive but quite tasty fast food. Good German lager. We had two chilly sausages with curry sauce, two small chips and two halves of a pint which cost over £18: in my view, a little on the expensive side given the small portions! Yet, this is a welcome addition to Old Compton Street' s fast food venues.

Dave Herald

It's a hot dog - seriously - a hot dog. Don't expect some kind of Michelin star service and food for a tenner! BUT great quality wurst sausage, proper buns and an interesting mix of drinks. In and out in 10 minutes. Well worth a visit.

Henry Miller

Had high expectations (after reading all the good reviews) dashed at the first sitting. - half a sausage portion (made me angry) - French Fries were cardboard taste/texture like McD's and again a tiny portion. - salad was tiny and lacked style and substance - felt like I got mugged - went for a great Korean meal immediately afterwards to cheer us uo (even though we are both of small-medium appetite) The only positive was the beer on tap was pretty tasty as was the Wurst (but I want a whole one not a few slices!) So two measly main courses and one Beer to share came to over £15. We could have super sized for £2 extra each. Sure that would've filled us up with the cardboard French Fries, but in retrospect we were glad to leave. Sure that Herman would work much better in a street market or pub context, however they need to try a lot harder in a sit down to eat context. Avoid... unless you are a flatulent, drunk, Tory voting ,white, male, middle class, yuppy.