Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Saus

If you're getting into Boston on a flight that arrives at midnight and your connecting airport had no food worth eating, you have a few options. If it's Friday or Saturday, one of them is Saus

Hours:

Monday-Wednesday: 11:30am - 10pm
Thursday: 11:30am - 12am
Friday: 11:30am - 2am
Saturday: 12:00pm - 2am
Sunday: 12:00pm - 8pm

Frikandel -Belgian street dog ($6.95): Tasty, with lots of perfect heat house-pickled jalapeƱos, a soft bun, and great meat. 
The ole chipotle sauce - made with spicy chipotle, lime juice, fresh cilantro, homemade mayo - So good! It came on the frikandel, but this is THE sauce to get for your fries

Fries - 6/10, just regular fries like you'd get at any bar

3 o'clock - Cheddar Duvel - made of sharp cheddar, mild cheddar, golden Belgian ale: Like a super delicious cheese whiz sauce
7 o'clock 
- Green monster - made of jalapeƱos, habaneros, fresh cilantro, garlic: Not as hot as I'd thought it might be, but it was light and sweet and nice to mix with the cheddar one
11 o'clock - 
-Pindasaus - made of creamy peanut butter, dark soy sauce, date saus, chili paste: heavy, tasty, unsurprising
Mini Chicken and waffles: (only one) yummy little waffle corner, served with a sweet chili BBQ sauce, some pickles, and five fried chicken strip nuggets, all but one too chewy one were great, the breading was tasty. I prefer honey and or gravy to the tangy BBQ sauce, but whatevs cuz also at my dipping disposal was...
Poutine with pork belly! Lots of pork belly strips, those mediocre fries at Saus made better by being drenched in gravy and melting cheese curds. Oh yeah.
Sloppy Jacques with ole chipotle subbed in for ketchup: good but not amazing, a little too big for one person. I wish it'd come on the bun the Frikandel comes on.

Your asshole

They also have four beers on tap, and a longer selection of bottles and sometimes cans.


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