Go Go Franks
GoGo Franks promises to bring the best recipes and flavors of chicken sausages to suit contemporary lifestyle and palates. At GoGo Franks, you will taste sausages that carry the home-grown flavors like our ever popular cheesy chicken, sensational red roast, tangy satay, zesty black pepper, spicy chilli chicken etc.
Even though they come in those 'gourmet' flavors, seriously, those extra flavoring doesn't help it to not taste like processed meat. Instead, I find that they put in too much effort on getting a large variety of frank flavours but they neglected the most integral part of getting franks right. If you want to go gourmet, charge gourmet prices, then make sure the dogs taste like gourmet. Otherwise, forget it.
Frozen Prata wrapped with 'frozen' dogs at high prices? You must be kidding me. Use that money to go get yourself a whole 12 Prata pack and 2 packets of hotdogs from NTUC, that way you can enjoy your Prata wrap 10 fold.
The only thing i'll buy from GoGo Franks is their sausage with prata. The popular choice would be black pepper sausage. The sausage is topped with a good amount of mayonaise and lettuce. You can choose to add in some chilli for a better taste. It's $3.50 for one prata wrap, i've tried the one at Pasar malam, taste the same and it's cheaper.
However not all pasar malam have stalls selling the sausage with prata, so once in awhile i'll still drop by GoGo Franks to have one of these.
There is an array of sausages to choose from but I highly recommend their cheese sausage. Service wise, it differes from outlet to outlet but one should not expect too much from such a stall. Service is prompt though and that is also because there usually isn't a queue. Price wise, it has always cost me less than $5 an thus great value for money.
Overall, I will recommend this place to anyone!
I have tried their Cheesy Balls and Cheesy Sausage and they do not impress but they are edible and moderate and I was famished after shopping with my friend so I cannot complain, can I? Their food tastes like what I can buy from the supermarkets and cook myself. However, their plus point is the fact that they are a kiosk stall where warm, cook food is easily available and within reach. Guess that is what attracted me, my weak mind craving in to hunger pains.
Personally the sausages found at night bazaar's are way better and cheaper compared to the ones at Gogo Frank. My suggestion is save your money and get some real sausages at the supermarket and do yourself instead of getting ripped off, unless if you are really hungry and that is the only option you have.
There really isn't much you can expect from this sausage joint. I tried their full house and it was pretty good. Nothing to complain about but the price is quite unbalanced to me. With $4, I'd much rather go to Long John Silver's. But still, you got to try this place at least once.
It's amazing what they can do with sausage. There's cheese-filled and satay flavored (satay goes with anything. I should go invent satay flavored soup one day) and all sorts of weird sensory tastes that my tongue enjoys but my brain cannot process. I'm sorry I'm bad with identifying ingredients BUT, it's good, take my word for it.
Go go franks is something everyone should try once. It's good as to-go, and it makes stealing much easier when you realize your friend has bought a tube.
Usually, I will get the small sized ones in a box. I like the cheese and pepper flavour sausages the most, although the other flavours are worth a try as well and it will good to get a mixture of all the flavours to try for first timers. The pepper flavoured ones has the most taste that can overpower the cheesy taste. However, I still like to alternate eating between the two flavours. The sausages are chewy and soft, but the skin is a tad too hard and difficult to chew through.
At certain stalls, they will offer to reheat the sausages, but at others they will only do so upon request. It tastes better when hot, although they still taste fine when cold. The sausages are affordable as a small afternoon snack. There is rarely a queue at the stall, which further motivates me to get a pack at times.
I ordered the 11 pieces sausage balls, a mixture of all the flavors they had instead of solely one flavor, since it was my first time there. It costs me $4.80 for it. They had red roast, satay, cheese and black pepper. These were surprisingly okay for my stomach even though they were actually just instant sausages. Maybe it was the flavoring that made it taste like real meat. My take on the flavor, try black pepper and cheese, not so much on satay. I can't comment much on red roast since I'm not a fan anyways.
I went there again recently, and saw that they had a new full house box, 16 pieces if I'm not wrong?
My recommendation would be for you to actually order sausage balls rather than the whole sausage and also, have a mixture to have a variety of flavor, rather than just sticking to one.You can choose three of these sauces to go with it : Mayo, chilli or ketchup.
Not for a full meal, but a good snack when you're rushing. Simple, fast and quite afforadable.