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Nestled away just off Kensington High Street, Dirty Bones operates as a traditional hot dog stand throughout the day, and a bustling, quirky underground restaurant by night – it’s also my newest hangout for outright comfort food indulgence.
The perpetual grill mate to hamburgers, the hot dog is often left burning at the back of the grill while juicy burgers are snatched up in double-time. However, let’s not forget that hot dogs are equally delicious, and are one of the few foods which are nearly impossible to get wrong. However, there’s a big difference between getting something ‘just right’ and ‘the best hotdog you’ve ever eaten’ – Dirty Bones is certainly perching on the tasty side of ‘the best hotdog you’ve ever eaten’!
When Dirty Bones invites you to try out what they have on offer, you don’t say no! The menu features a selection of playful takes on classic American snacks, using the highest quality ingredients, and Dirty Bones own recipes:
I had the pleasure of sampling the Frenchie and Mexican hot dogs for my starter, they were both amazing – undeniably classic hot dogs except with a fun and surprising twist. For my main course I had the Boston Ribeye Steak with sides of triple cooked fries, mac and cheese and tomato and chorizo salad – probably the most indulgent items on the menu but I wasn’t holding back! It was flawless! I finished off with the milk & cookies, as well as the coffee & doughnut, and of course, I couldn’t resist the Top Dog cocktail. The whole experience was incredibly moreish.
Dirty Bones brings a slice of raw originality to Londoners who love quality food, drink and music. My only warning is that once you’ve tasted the Dirty Bones hot dogs, you might just need to up your exercise program!