Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Mutts Amazing Hot Dogs

Timmy treated me to Mutts Amazing Hot Dogs yesterday after we failed miserably to get an Ikea shelf hung on his study wall. Mutts is located near the intersection of NW 23rd St and N Douglas Ave. Unfortunately they don't have a website available online yet but from what I understand they are owned by the same people who brought us Big Truck Tacos.

What we sampled yesterday:

Tatonka: bison dog, green chili sauce, cilantro lime aioli, goat cheese.

Kung Fuey: chicken dog, Asian slaw, wasabi mayo, black and white sesame seeds.

Maui Waui: spam, grilled pineapple relish, spiced teriyaki aioli, poppy seed bun.

We also had an order of french fries that were fried in duck fat with truffle oil.

The new concept, at least one I haven't seen in Oklahoma City, was trendy and clean with delicious hot dogs. There's a variety of speciality dogs like the ones pictured above as well as the ability to create your own dog from many different kinds of meats and vegetables. The only downside I could find was that the wait for the food was a bit slow but I'm never really one that gets in a hurry when eating out.

The cost for a speciality dog ranges anywhere from four dollars to nine dollars if I remember correctly.

Check out Mutts Amazing Hot Dogs if you live in or are visiting the Oklahoma City area.

Edit: found their webpage after I made this posting. A full menu can be found there.

1 comment:

BPD in OKC said...

All my coworkers keep talking about Mutts. I'm not much for hot dogs or anything with truffle oil. I don't think it's somewhere I'll ever eat... unless my boyfriend decides to drag me there. We are running out of new places to eat in OKC