One of my paddling buddies accused me of posting “food porn.” Sorry, James, but here’s some more…
For months now I’ve seen signs for Doner Kabob, and have wondered about the food being advertised. To me, a kabob is meat on a stick with vegetables, cooked on a grill. Little did I know that it’s actually a type of German sandwich, in this case sold from a large trailer that moves from place to place.
One of our office co-workers offered to get sandwiches for everyone at lunch, and they were quite good. Mine was a very spicy turkey on a flat sort of bun. Along with the discovery of the sandwich came the discovery of a new German restaurant in the community of Pelham. So, with Laura out of town, tonight was the perfect night for my sister Glynda and I to give Hans and Franz a try.
First, the building – this was one of the original 1860’s buildings for the Pelham Mills. It was a barn structure to support the main mill, which made Confederate uniforms during that war. For awhile recently Rocky Creek Bakery occupied the building. Glynda and I had a couple of lunches here, and loved the old structure and wonderful bread. We were both thrilled to see the new restaurant here.
It’s my understanding that Hans and Franz is an enterprise by the folks that own Addy’s Dutch Restaurant in downtown Greenville. They have been wanting to branch out into German cuisine, which has been sorely lacking in the area since the demise of Haus Edleweiss. While not owned by them, the Doner Kabob trailer works in partnership with the restaurant in a symbiotic relationship.