There are quite a few good reasons that will guarantee my return visit to Corn Dog Dude. Among them is a selection of the American-style street treat that isn't on offer anywhere else in Thailand. And the unusual generosity offered at a very reasonable, if not inexpensive, pricing.
Opened a year ago, the 70-seat Corn Dog Dude is the first corn dog-specialised restaurant in Southeast Asia. Owned and run by a French-American from California, it highlights a variety of homemade corn dogs (deep-fried cornmeal battered sausage on a wooden stick) made fresh to order almost from scratch, among a few other choices of popular American treats.
Nothing to complain about the Dude's regular foot-long corn dog (69 baht). The golden-coloured cornmeal casing was crusty and flavourful on the inside, while the sausage was delectable.
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