Monday, August 6, 2007

Chicago on a Bun

Lunch report... went to Chicago on a Bun on Towne Center Drive. I do love their freshly fried potato chips. It's a bit pricey, but quite good overall. $7.40 (not including tax) buys a regular hot dog topped with grilled onions (you can add peppers and relish, but I hear ketchup is taboo), fries and/or chips, and a drink. $8 buys you a specialty sausage, like Polish or a firedog. It's not a place I'd eat at often, but I really like those chips and the hot dogs are always of good quality. Service is not the best, but it's a counter-service place, so you only have to deal with it briefly.

Of course, I could always go to Costco for the $1.50 Polish dog and drink.

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Garrett said...

While the food is good, and worth the price, I didn't feel it was very authentic. True, I've only had three Chicago dogs in my life, but they all had a distinctive taste that this location lacked. Worth the price for a gourmet hot dog, but I wouldn't say it lives to the name of Chicago-style.

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