Wurst Kitchen at Chez Pascal

Unique small-batch sausages inside a French restaurant.

By Bethany Graber

The cohabitation of Wurst Kitchen and Chez Pascal under one roof is not unlike dissimilar siblings living somehow harmoniously in the same house. The restaurants’ “parents,” chef Matt and Kristin Gennuso, met while working at the now-shuttered Hamersley’s Bistro in Boston before opening Chez Pascal in Providence. It was Matt’s obsession with sausage making that ultimately spurred their second-born: Wurst Kitchen. First a food truck, it now lives within Chez Pascal as an open kitchen and the built-in Wurst Window for lunch takeout. The sausage choices rotate regularly, but are always accompanied by condiments like bacon onions and sauerkraut. The menu also includes some sandwiches worth exploring (think Bacon Wrapped Pork Meatloaf and Pork Butt Pastrami).

Wurst Kitchen at Chez Pascal

90 Hope Street, Providence, RI


  • Must Have

Hot Link with Bacon Onions & Bacon Jam

The sausage styles change often, but a safe bet is to opt for whatever is topped with these two savory, smoky condiments.

  • Insider Tip

If you’re craving Wurst Kitchen for dinner, get your sausage outside the bun—served sliced with condiments on the side. Silly sausage, buns are for lunch.

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