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Saturday, August 15, 2009

Dogzilla

Not Your Typical Wiener

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The wieners themselves are very good. They’re meaty in texture and not salty, however, in this case the toppings make the hot dog. Various Japanese toppings are used to create a truly distinctive and delicious flavor. Their best-selling dog is the Dogzilla so that’s what I had. It consists of an all-beef frank, grilled onions, teri-mayo sauce, avocado and bacon topped with furikake.
Dogzilla
dogzilla




These hotdogs are not cheap but are well worth it. The combination of the ingredients work really well together as you can't help but get a burst of flavor in every bite. The teri-mayo adds a sweet, smooth flavor that along with the caramelized onions worked perfectly. The furikake added a Japanese aroma.



Yakisoba dog: Spicy sausage link yakisoba, okonomi sauce, red ginger and nori. I did not try this one but I did take a picture to intice you. I will be going back tomorrow review to follow.
Yakisoba dog
Okaki dog-Bratwurst: melted monterrey jack cheese, wasabi mayo teriyaki sauce, okaki ( rice flakes) and nori flakes.
dogzilla menu
Furikaki- All beef frank grilled onions, teri- mayo sauce topped with furikake.
furikake dog

2 comments:

pleasurepalate said...

I want to try each of those hot dogs, God help me!

ABOUT DAY CAMPER said...

DOGZILLA at SHELTER SURF SHOP
SATURDAY DEC, 4TH 2010 7PM
2148 E. 4TH ST.
LONG BEACH CA. 90814
www.sheltersurf.com

DOGZILLA HOT DOGS ARE AWESOME!