Best Hot Dogs in London
Some like to smother them in mustard, others carefully decorate them with lashings of onions, but if there's one thing for sure its that all meat-lovers want nothing more than to tuck into a succulent hot dog every now and then. But in a city as vast as London it can be difficult to locate the best places to visit to satisfy our hot dog-related impulses. Luckily for you, we've put together a list of London's best hot dogs so the next time hunger strikes, you'll know exactly where to go.
Last updated on 1st February 2017
When it comes to one of the best places to eat hot dogs in London, no-one does it quite like these lean, mean, Americana machines. With hot dogs that set the mouth-watering scene alongside their own sauces and marinades, pair these ultimate sausages in a bun with cocktails and craft beer and you'll be stuffed all week long.
Hot dogs on the brain, hot dogs on your mind and hot dogs for dinner, if they're all you can think about, we're here to quell those pangs. Join the charming yet cool RedYellowBlue in the heart of East Village as their hot dog offering comes courtesy of none other than notable meaty name, Wild Dogs.
Hot dogs in London? There's one location that knows the ultimate doggy deal, and that's All Star Lanes Brick Lane. Not only can you join them for a boozy dose of bowling, head to their restaurant for a selection of hot dogs that use only the finest in dingley dell pork.
Another of London's best hot dogs can be found nestled between Leicester Square and Covent Garden at Joe's Southern Table and Bar. Joe's mouthwatering offering - which features caramalised onions, mustard mayonnaise and spicy tomato ketchup - ticks all the boxes for hot-dog enthusiasts all over the land. Those searching for an authentic American hot-dog need look no further than Joe's.
While Adventure Bar may not have the most extensive hot dog menu in London, they certainly know how to rustle 'em up. Authentic, chunky and brimming with Americana flavour, join this party bar in Clapham for the bites and stick around for the party come sundown.
Okay fine, so these red velvet pancakes might steal your attention, but don’t go forgetting that The Diner also serves up a mean hot dog. A classic diner that harks back to the 50s, there’s six different varieties to wrap your lips around including a chilli dog, Yankee pig dog and even a straight-up veggie hot dog.
Add a frothy thick milkshake to your American-style hot dog at Ealing's Meat & Shake. The diner-style eatery serves up a hearty menu with delicious dishes such as the dirty dog which comes dripping in sour cream, jalapenos and cheese.