Japadog: lukewarm, stale and wet.
The wurst itself was slashed all over, as if by a clumsy prison shanking, and was cool in the middle. It was swimming in Cupie Doll mayo and "teriyaki" sauce, and broke loose from the bun on the second bite.
The fries were ancient and leathery, and were "shaked" with a "butter and shoyu" chemical compound.
It was lunchtime, and not surprisingly, the place was empty.
this is a cult shop that just hasnt worked here. i havent been to the original but my hotdog was just a mess. the bun was way too bread-y, the pork cutlet was fried poorly with the breading falling off, the sauce was too tart...just a disaster.
Sorry you had a bad experience there. I enjoy the Terimayo hot dog there, that is the best one , in my opinion, its also the skinniest one. I like the free pickles also. One of my favorite quick food places. Num Pang on 12th street is my other favorite, with no similarity at all , except for the quickness.
Every time I have attempted to attend this dining venue to try their food, they have been closed.
The visual representations on ads or menu look nice.
I have to say I was not at all impressed with Asiadog or Asia Dog on Kenmare. I had trouble with this mostly western food, the hot dog that is, paired up with varying mixes or medleys of Asian flavors from Korean kimchi to Vietnam and Japanese fusions, as well as the so called slaws of a nouvo realm.
Kimchi I have clumped onto delivered NY style pizza to the dismay or disgust of friends, and enjoyed the pizza more than others in the room, but for me an Asian hot dog is one that is self served at 7/11, in the western fashion, somewhere far west from Big Sur.
When I noticed Japadog open I saw a promising alternative to the attempts by Asiadog to dress the hot dog up with Asian clothes, but we will have to see.
Thanks for the review.