Munchtown was one of those unassuming restaurants you might have missed, hidden amidst all the new places in Promenade, Greenhills. You’d also be surprised that the culinary brains behind it is Chef Robby Goco of Cyma/Green Pastures fame. I’ve been there a few times already and each time around there’s something new that Chef Robby has cooked up. This time around it was a plethora of hot dogs.
The Naked Dog (P185) is for people who want it plain and simple. A hot dog made by sister company, Dinelli, sandwiched by a crispy bun. Russian dressing, ketchup, pickle relish, and onions are served on the side but since Lauren does not eat any of those, she had it just the way it is.
The Reuben Dog (P240). The famous deli sandwich in hot dog form. Topped with home made sauerkraut and shredded corned beef and big slices of Swiss cheese. If you love the Reuben then this should be a no-brainer.
The Chili Dog (P220). I still remember the first time I had chili dog was at Smokey’s, a couple of blocks from our house. That version seemed to have tasted better in memory especially after trying this one with its gooey and melted cheese sealing in most of the chili making this less of a mess to eat.
The Deputy Dog (P250) was my favorite of the day. Smoked pulled pork, Russian dressing, Cheddar cheese and onion relish topped this hot dog variant. The pulled pork has a nice smoky and sweet barbecue sauce that is contrasted by the tarty onion relish and Russian dressing.
The EBTKS (Everything But The Kitchen Sink) Dog (P250). Start off with a hot dog, slather on some chunky meat sauce, add caramelized onions, topped with cheese and pieces of Jalapeno peppers.
The Le Poodle (P200). What the French might have done if they made hot dogs. Caramelized onions topped with slabs of brie cheese and capped with dill pickles. This was a bit weird for me but if you love brie and pickles, you should give this a try.
The Surf Dog (P200). A Hawaiian inspired hot dog with its toppings of red and green peppers, onions and pineapple.
The BLT Dog (P240). This is another hot dog concoction inspired by a classic sandwich. Slices of fresh tomatoes, shredded lettuce and a crisp smoked bacon adds a nice twist to your usual hot dog.
Whatever suites your mood, Munchtown has a hotdog combination for you. Remember that Munchtown can bring your orders right to your Promenade cinema seat.
MunchtownUnit 202 Upper Level, Promenade 2 Greenhills Shopping Center San Juan, Philippines Contact No.: (632) 565-4291
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