We announced the kosher cart Monday morning, and it was the most popular article we have ever published on YeahThatsKosher.com. That’s pretty amazing and I can’t explain it. We drove so much attention to the cart, that for the last two days (i.e. their first 2 days in business), they had long lines and sold out early both days.
I was fortunate enough to catch them yesterday before all the food was gone and was able to try a Cajun sausage topped with hot pastrami, chili, and fried onions. It was delicious. I fully support those that choose to wait in a queue in the cold for one (or two!) of these delicious dogs for lunch.
One thing I should note is that the cart is nearly entirely unmarked/unbranded, save for the OU kashrut certificate hanging on the side. They haven’t properly branded the cart, nor do they have their pricing up yet – although I imagine that is their next step. [Their official prices have been updated to our original Holy Rollers post here].
Bear with them as they figure out the launch of this small little kosher outpost on the street. The food alone is worth the wait.
To all who asked if the sausages from the Holy Rollers cart are filling (& worth the price), the answer is YES, so long as you get toppings.
— Dani Klein (@YeahThatsKosher) February 13, 2015