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66 Kenmare St New York, NY 10012
66 Kenmare StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
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Hot Dog Restaurant
Today 12–6PM
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Tiny hot dog specialist topping its frankfurters with pork belly, kimchi & other Asian-style items.- Google
"I liked my Wanding Hot Dog, but the Yam Fries were the highlight for me."
"I also like the corndog even though they burn it sometimes."
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Ian Campbell
a year ago
NEXT LEVEL HOT DOGS! They're fresh topping combos are so unique and delicious, my mouth is watering just thinking about them. Also super yummy corn dogs, sammies and sides. I've also been to some events that they've catered and the guests are always raving about the food. Personal favorite is the wangding (chinese pork belly topping) and sydney (thai mango relish topping). But seriously...It's ALL GOOD!!!
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Tenzin Norzin
a year ago
great service but okay food. their burgers however is a little dry. small spot but cozy and warm.
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Raffi Asdourian
2 years ago
There's no getting around the fact that hot dogs are a staple of New York cuisine. So it's nice to see a spot offer up some creative twists on this signature NY fast food. First choose from either vegetarian, chicken or beef (the one to choose) and then choose your Asian inspired toppings ranging from Japanese curry and kimchi apples to Chinese pork belly or Vietnamese style bang-mi pickled carrots and daikon. My personal favorite is oddly the simplest, The Mash: spicy ketchup, jalapeño mustard and crushed salt and pepper chips. Bottom line: If you're in the mood for a hot dog, Asia Dog offers up some interesting options.
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Rachel Antonio
3 years ago
Interesting take on hotdogs. If you are a fan of Crifdogs, you'd want to try Asia Dog. All the hot dogs have Asian flavors about them from Japanese curry and apples to Korean kimchi and nori flakes. I also like the corndog even though they burn it sometimes. The hotdogs are pretty good, just different.
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Rouven Hausner
a year ago
Visited 10/11/14. Very nice concept! I tried the "Luke" style Dog. Not as spicy as expected but tastes good. Nest visit, next try...
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PandaDomo NYC
2 years ago
This place is a very cool hole in the wall! They take hot dogs to the next level by adding toppings like kimchi! It's a very trendy place and the people are really nice. It is a bit expensive for a hot dog but it's very novel and something that you should try when you have someone equally adventurous and willing to share with you. There's little to no space to eat but being that it's a hot dog it's fairly easy to eat on the go if you dont get anything too messy as a topping.
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Cate Thai
3 years ago
I've only have Asiadog once and I don't know if I'd go back. The place is very cute, but a bit too cozy. I was lucky and went on a day where there werent many other people. If it were packed inside, I would definitely have just walked by. They have some interesting flavor combinations for their hot dogs. They were pretty good. A little expensive though. Pass on their sweet potato fries. Perhaps it was just a bad batch, but my friend and I both ordered it and it was a huge let down. Very hard and overly fried.
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David Aldridge
3 years ago
The best way to describe the setup in Asiadog is: tiny. There’s room for six people to squeeze in and eat their hot dogs in the restaurant but the dining area is smaller than most walk-in closets. Instead of waiting for a seat, we ordered a hot dog and then ate it while walking down the street. I like to think that made us more local but that was probably the most tourist-y thing we could have done. The hot dogs at Asiadog are about as gourmet as hot dogs can get. For the meat, you can choose between beef, organic beef, chicken, veggie, or types of sausage. Then, you can top the hot dogs with things like kimchi, Asian slaw, daikon, pickled carrots and more. I probably would have liked anything on the menu but settled on getting a chicken hot dog topped with Chinese BBQ pork belly, cucumber, and scallions on a whole wheat bun, which is called a Wangding dog on the menu. It costs $4.50 for one or $8.00 for two. It was probably the most unique hot dog I’ve ever had and it was very tasty. The Chinese BBQ was very sweet and the cool crunch of the cucumber was a great compliment to the chicken hot dog. I might consider adding cucumber to more hot dogs in the future. And the whole wheat bun added a nutty, hearty flavor that brought everything together. When I thought about eating a New York hot dog, the Wangding from Asiadog isn’t quite what I had in mind. But, it turned out to be a delicious snack on our way to Chinatown and something I would recommend to anyone who wants to try the fusion of hot dogs and Asia.
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