In previous years, things like Well Hung and Tender Beef have been on offer, here, but things are a little different, this year. The configuration of the place, with the big wheel and ice rink in different spots, give things a changed feel. The stalls are more uniform in design, but they seems rather repetitious.
On the food front, there are four or five sausage stalls, and after carefully considering all of them, I settled upon one near the rink, The Grillhut, choosing an Austrian kasekrainer (£4), which is a cheese filled pork sausage, served in a bun.
Once some pretty standard mustard had been applied, I set about the task of eating. The sausage was large, and had good smoked porked flavour, but wasn’t a patch on the venison sausage from Laughing Stock. The cheese was rather lost in the mix, and the bun was far from good, so I was pretty unconvinced by the experience.
The market was busy and will do a roaring trade, but the quality of food on offer isn’t as good as at the St Andrew Square site. I’d point you in that direction, if you’re looking for a tasty street feed, when out and about in city, this festive season.