What's Next on Saus' Menu? You Decide.
By the early new year, Faneuil Hall frites and waffles haven Saus plans to give their tight menu a wider appeal, by rolling out a selection of additional wraps, sandwiches, salads, and, yes, beer (!!).
While the specific beers available haven’t been nailed down, co-owner Chin Kuo told me to expect about four Belgian (both American-style and imported) brews on draft, and about 10-12 by the bottle. There will also likely be Narraganset tall boys available, because really, it’s hard to rival its pairing with copious amounts of fried food.
Food-wise, some menu additions are fairly certain—co-owner Chin Kuo told me he plans to debut a beer-braised chicken sandwich topped with a green apple and cabbage slaw, chicken satay with a peanut “Pindasaus,” and a Liege-style potato salad, which a vinegar-based salad that also contains green beans and bacon.
Now here’s where you come in: Kuo is also debating adding two more menu items, and wants your opinion
—check them out below.
1. Sloppy Jacques: The filling is a sweet, sour and smoky sloppy joe-esque mixture containing ground beef, Belgian beer, onions, and bacon. It’s served on a griddled, crusty roll. I can tell you, having tasted this ‘wich, that it’s delicious—and as messy as it is good.
2. Vegetable Croquettes: These are a “healthier” option of sorts; the fried veggie balls contain potatoes, shredded carrots and cauliflower, and will be served with a yogurt-onion sauce. Kuo also plans on offering them in a wrap, topped with the sauce and a handful of greens.