Bubbledogs serves gourmet hot dogs with champagne.
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70 Charlotte StreetMaryleboneLondonW1T 4QG
- +44 (0)20 7637 7770
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
My friend has wanted to visit Bubbledogs ever since they opened but the last time she was in town they were closed. So when she visited me again this weekend just past to make sure that she didn't miss out we went along straight from work on Friday evening. The concept behind Bubbledogs is easy to understand if a little odd; glasses of champagne (the bubbles) are paired with hot dogs (the...more
So I think that Bubbledogs is a solid 3, here's why:
You will have to wait to sit down, you'll put your name down and we had around an hours wait. Not a big problem there are lots of great places to grab a drink before eating. What is really nice is that they text you when your table is ready. It's so much better than the Meat Liquor style of just queuing for ages.
So that bit is great......more
Champagne and hot dogs, what could be better!
We went at lunch time, no queue! Wasn't a fan of our seats as we were on the bar by the stairs and didn't have much room at all, next time would request to sit elsewhere. Atmosphere was nice, decor more upmarket than other burger/hot dog places we've tried! Stool and bench seating.
Tasty American style food, served in the red plastic baskets! We...more
It's hard to find a sit-down restaurant that will serve tater tots, let alone tots and champagne. This certainly satisfies that craving. As a vegetarian, I certainly appreciate that almost everything on the can be veggie!
I got the corndog, aka "horny dog" and although it's not like the American version I know, it was great. The batter was a cross between pancakes and hush puppies.
Bubbledogs has been a sort of mythical place in London for the best part of the last year (2013) so it was with quite an amusement that we actually got a chance to dine there. I was looking forward into trying it out almost immediately once it was open, but then I was visiting London just for a few short days and it requires a trip to Fitzrovia and some amount of patience to actually get a...more