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Fritz

269 Shangnanlu, Chengdu
成都双楠路269

Phone: (028) 85036591
Website: www.kdkfood.com
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German fast food: Kebab, sausage, fries, waffles, ice-cream & Turkish yogurt.

  • invisible
    August 17, 2013
    this week when i passed by it was closed and it changed its name from KDK to FRITZ
  • wanghukdk
    August 1, 2013
    hi german food lovers. I apologize for the inconvenience happend to the visitors. KDK is now FRITZ German food and a franchise. we transfered this shop to our franchisee. as they totally not worked under the hygienic rules and our high food standards we closed it for manager training and shop cleaning. we want to serve not only the german taste also want to serve the german quality and feeling and the new franchise didnt accept this as he want to do the chinese way. im very sorry that the new franchise owner didnt make a sign on the window. i will inform as soon as possible when the shop reopen. and by the way if somebody visit deyang city in future he can visit our second new franchise there. in the DEC shopping mall direct at the entrance
  • iraglassismyhero
    July 31, 2013
    Hi Ergophobe,

    My friend was just there last week, so I'd guess that the owners are just on holiday. Loads of foreign laobans have been away recently: Mike from Mike's Pizza, Soojin and Daniel from Kaffestugan, the ladies at Cakey Butta...it's just that time of year. Not a lot of point in staying open if most customers are away and you want a break yourself.

    If the metal door is down and locked, I'd take that as a good sign because that street gets enough foot traffic that if KDK were out of business, I'd expect to see it getting gutted and fitted to become another 'silly little cake shop' or something. Strange that there's no notice though.

    On a completely different note: you obviously enjoy writing about food and do a good job of it. Would you be interested in making it a regular thing? We (Chengdoo Magazine) haven't had a restaurant reviewer in ages—not for lack of interest, just lack of a regular contributor. PM me if you're up to the challenge.
  • ergophobe
    July 30, 2013
    Whats happened to KDK?
    I rolled down there on Saturday noon with a mean hunger on, drooling for a doner kebab. Ive been there many times in the past and haven't found a better kebab anywhere. Greeted by the sight of a fully deployed steel roller door, I was instantly inundated by a tsunami of despair. No note on the door, or any information for the hapless, would-be punters, and regular feeders like myself. So, head in hands and duly cursing the gods, I slinked (slunk?) away downcast and resolved to return for my fix.
    Sunday noon, with that same mean hunger on, only compounded by the events of the previous day, and tinged with a palpable and lingering sense of fear and foreboding, I once again rolled down the main street....past the RenRenLe.....and....past all those silly little cake shops that sell silly little cakes......and.... where the KDK should have been with its doors flung open, lights blazing, and at the altar of meat a large moist stack of animal flesh languidly revolving past the wall of flame as it quietly succumbed to the heat, dripped it succulent juices, and became cooked to this carnivores satisfaction, was.....A FULLY DEPLOYED ROLLER DOOR!!! Aaaarrrgggghhh!!!
    Like a knife directly dissecting my aorta with one violent thrust, this sight brought me to my knees, fists raised to the sky and screaming at the heavens like a broken beast at the gates of hell. Why,why,why? was all I could ask. What terrible fate has been bestowed upon the hallowed feeding grounds of this foriegnus carnivorous, the home of the only "pretty decent kebab" for hundreds of miles in any direction. Surely it hasn't gone down the plughole? Please tell me it aint so. For now I remain broken and hungry, dwelling in a dark pit of misery and mourning, clinging onto the faintest glimmer of hope that its just temporary, that that vision of blackness and finality, the fully deployed steel roller door, will rise again soon and the good folks of Chengdu will be able to feast on cheap, wholesome food, with reckless abandon, before doing cartwheels in the street and singing "hallelujah" in celebration!
  • BITEZ
    February 23, 2013
    Hard to find and a bit inaccessible but good and certainly inexpensive food. Good value indeed. The Doner kebab and wrap tastes very good. Also appreciated their french fries much. Small but nicely decorated place with only a few tables. Well worth a try and I will personally return periodically.
  • Dragon Expeditions
    February 4, 2013
    A new review is in order for this place now that I've visited several times plus they have redecorated and included a few seats. Food is pretty tasty and definitely value for money (read not bad and very cheap!). You probably wouldn't want to travel from the other side of town just to get there, but if you're in the area and after something cheap and tasty I'd strongly recommend it.
  • Ricos
    July 26, 2012
    Difficult to find and not a restaurant which it looked like on the photos. The kebab was really good and cheap. Not impressed with the German sausage. I hope that they will open up in a better location, had to spend 40min in a taxi to go there. Maybe a new place with some tables? We had to wait 15min for 4 kebab rolls. Could be faster!
  • TravisM
    June 29, 2012
    You're right, I was just in a bad mood after that. And yeah I guess I didn't see the number, wish I had.

    Anyone know where the second location is opening?
  • justinf
    June 26, 2012
    I went to KDK for dinner the other night and had not realized this is not a restaurant with seating, its more of a stand selling food to go. Unfortunately for me, I don't live close and had to take the food in a taxi back to my house.

    I liked their donar pita and wraps, they had an authentic taste and the meat was cut fresh. Their fries also seemed like they could be good, but they were soggy by the time I started to eat them. Their prices are very low and it is a good bargain for the food.

    The one major complaint I have is that it is advertised as "fast food", but it took about 20 minutes for myself and two friends to receive our meals. The first persons food was left to sit and get cold while the staff scrambled to get the other orders together. The staff could really benefit from a food prep 101 trainer course.

    Other than the slow turnaround time, I would go back on a nice day if I can find a bench or park nearby to eat my meal.
  • Fraulein
    June 21, 2012
    How do you get there if you are coming from the metro?
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