I've talked about hot dogs in the past (Boston Hot Dog; Costco's notorious $1.99 hot dog & pop) and I've seen Steff HotDogs locations before as they are littered throughout Seoul. Steff HotDog is part of the Steff Houlberg chain that sells the Danish style hot dog. These hot dogs are long, thin red sausages that are steamed and buns that are steamed or toasted as well. I wanted to see what these things were all about. When I'm shopping, I need food. I need energy to keep on going. Hot dogs=energy. Let's get down to business!
Here's the inside of the location in Gangnam. Their menus has items such as the BLT hot dog, barbecue hot dog, Viking hot dog, Steff hot dog, or Garlic Onion hot dog:
I opted for the Chili dog (chili as in hot sauce, not chili chili). I was going to get a set combo but I only wanted a snack. Low and behold, here is what I saw when it arrived. A long, thin hot dog that was covered in onions, hot sauce...and corn (corn is on everything here, especially pizza). It was good but I was still hungry afterwards. My first hot dog experience with corn, sweet! I would recommend giving Steff Hotdog a try, but be prepared to eat afterwards. Order two if you're super hungry. I think I'm going to stick to my 2000w hot dog and pop combo from Costco.
This is what a Chili set combo could have looked like: