Polish sausage at the Dutch Goose
Original post made by Dave B., Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park, on Feb 7, 2007
The Goose's Polish sausage sandwich left me wanting. I could not find relish or diced or sliced onions in the condiment area. They give you onions if you ask for them, I learned later, but that kind of forethought should not be necessary for a condiment.
I also objected to having my sandwich cut in half, as if I were in middle school waiting for my aunt to make my lunch. The bun is much harder to get a grip on when it's shortened. And that was a problem in my case because the sausage slid out of the bun on my first bite! Who wants that? The last few bites were bread and mustard.
At Rossotti's in Portola Valley, the onions and relish are right where you want them and they don't cut the damn thing in half.
Call me picky, but when I want junk food, I want a full junk food experience.
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