What they say:
Dirty Bones operates as a traditional hot-dog kiosk throughout the day, whilst diners are invited through a secret door for something a little more vibrant once the sun goes down. The South Kensington hangout brings an authentic American diner vibe to this little corner of the capital by stocking their menu full of different varieties of mouth-watering hot-dogs, all the while leaving room for other Americana classics like mac & cheese and fried chicken. The folks behind the Dirty Bones concept have thought about the drinks cabinet too - there's some great cocktails to be had - and the venue also hosts frequent live music nights.
What we say:
To stand out as a hot-dog vendor in London you've got to offer something unique, and this is a concept that isn't lost on Dirty Bones. Their innovative menu features an eclectic mixture of the hot sausage supper, and they've even teamed two famous American exports with their 'Burger Dog'. They've put together a strong cocktail list and, in throwing their doors open to host regular live music, they've added another excellent string to their bow. Hot dog eateries continue to soar in popularity and this one isn't one to be missed.