Bubbledogs was the coolest little discovery on our London trip (Thanks to my London friend Nats!). As you might have guessed it combines the fanciness of champagne with tuck shop food 😉 hot dogs.
Bubbledogs is in a bit of a back road off Goodge street, and you’ll know you’ve found it when you see a long line of people waiting to get in. It’s a super tiny space so they can only take in a certain number of people at a time. Our wait time was an hour and a half, but it actually took a lot quicker to get in and they squeezed us in at the bar. We were basically back to back with table behind us but it was cozy and added to the vibe!
We were pleasantly surprised to find that they serve REAL champagne from France served by a genuine little French lady. I really loved it and Dylan and I have been drinking a lot more bubbly with normal meals since then.
Food-wise they have 13 different types of “gourmet” hot dogs complemented by sweet potato chips or tots. I had a José hot dog (with salsa, avocado, sour cream and pickled jalapenos) and Dylan had a BLT which were both really tasty but I wouldn’t really call them gourmet hot dogs. The rolls and the sausages were quite normal and small (nothing like the Great Dane) and we were still hungry on the way home!
So the concept is a real winner but I think they really gotta up their game with their hot dogs!
Earlier that day we also had a drink at Leon after visiting the Tate Moden, which is another one of my London favs. When i’m there I just want to take pictures of everything plus they play the best tunes!
My favourite place to have a cappuccino in London.