Superdog has its marketing strategies worked out with many
For a place that calls itself Superdog, I had better try their hot dogs. The Capsicum Chicken Dog ($3.60) came with sweet red and green capsicums and was sandwiched between toasted hotdog buns. What I found to be a pity was that the hotdog seemed to be deep-fried rather than grilled. The supple, snappy skin that I so look forward to in hotdogs was disappointingly blistered and tough. Oh well, perhaps those who like their hotdogs deep-fried would be pleased here.
Sometimes when the main star falters, thank God for supporting actors! That's just when the Chili Fries shine. Shoe-string fries fried to a golden brown and topped with a sauce that was assumingly cooked for 16 hours sounds good yea? Let the bits of cheese melt into the sauce before mixing with the fries for some seriously good eating. The tiny bits of beef added a bit of nice texture too but I still don't get the concept of American chili when it's hardly spicy.
While prices here are relatively high for fast food, their burgers and the much talked-about Chocolate Densa are tempting enough to lure me back, at least for one more shot. Oh and I hope they do offer grilled sausages too.
Chew On This: According to Superdog's Hotdog Etiquette, taking 5 bites to finish a hotdog is a no-no! Go check out the rest. :p