Fans of the corndogs stall at Intu Derby will be disappointed to learn that it has shut.
Frank’s Corndogs owners Kat Nicholson and her partner Toni Esberger had always said the unit in the shopping centre’s food hall would close early this year as it was a pop-up business.
Now, despite its popularity, it has shut.
The corndog was originally invented by German immigrants in Texas and is a sausage coated in a thick layer of cornmeal batter on a stick.
Frank’s, which had filled the food court space vacated by Bagel Nash, offered a number of different corndogs including options with cheese and chilli. It even had the “Quorndog” for vegetarians.
The closed corndog stall in Intu Derby
You could also order cheesecake lollipops on a stick as well as your choice of toppings including Smarties and popcorn.
The Derby Telegraph’s Secret Service reviewed Frank’s Corndogs in December.
They said the corndogs were “delicious”.
They said: “The chilli and cheese sausages were full of flavour and the thick batter ensured your spy and his companion did not go hungry.”
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Source: Derby Telegraph