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Map & Directions 30 St. Marks Place
New York, NY 10003
  • Hot Dogs, Japanese
  • Sun-Wed: 11am-12am; Thu-Sat: 11am-2am
  • cash
  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Snack Food
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

This Vancouver chain--which now includes three carts and one brick-and-mortar store in that city--is betting that New Yorkers will take to expensive franks heaped with traditional Japanese ingredients. Not a bad idea. The roster of toppings includes shredded nori, grated daikon, miso paste, Kewpie-doll mayo, Nipponese curry sauce, and chopped scallions. There are choices among sausages, too, beyond the normal hot dog (bratwurst, turkey and veggie dogs, for example), but all are a bit bland if not extensively topped. Should you go to this place? At least once, for the novelty, but whether you keep on going depends on just how wonderful you think this reconfiguring of America's favorite budget meat actually is.

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  • Thrillist on 01/04/12

    The dogs are sliced vertically for easier topping. The Oroshi (brat w/ soy sauce, daikon, and grated radish) is a must on any occasion.

  • Tribeca on 04/11/12

    Quick bite Japanese-style hot dogs

  • Jon S. on 08/24/12

    this chart is super helpful for choosing your dog. p.s. they also have a ton of veggie options.

  • DHR.com on 02/09/12

    Starting out as a street stand, this business got bigger because of its quality and delicious hotdogs. The one that you must try is the scrumptious Terimayo, one of the restaurant's bestsellers.

  • Harrison M. on 01/05/12

    Don't forget to add your own relish and pickles

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