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Korean Hot Dogs on a Stick Debut in Spring Valley

Plus, fried chicken and Korean barbecue in bowls arrive at Dragon Bowl Asian Grill

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill
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Veteran restaurant Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs began the trend, Myungrang Hot Dog debuted to long lines earlier this year, and now newcomer Dragon Bowl Asian Grill brings its own range of Korean-style hot dogs to Spring Valley.

In the works since last year and built around a menu of Asian fusion bowls prepared with Korean barbecue meats, Dragon Bowl’s 990-square-foot corner space features a small outdoor patio at 6680 W. Flamingo Road between Rainbow Boulevard and Torrey Pines drive and not far from Forte Tapas.

Featuring a clean design ready for any future expansion, the counter-service menu prepares its bowls with options of seasoned vegetables, tofu, a version of jap chae, stir-fried glass noodles, or a fried egg, plus main ingredients of chicken teriyaki, bulgogi, and spicy pork rib. Fried chicken dishes include onion, soy sauce, and spicy flavor upgrades.

Among the hot dog on a stick options, a sausage and mozzarella combination, and a dog wrapped in potato street food-style, similar to the hit choice at Chinatown’s Myungrang.

For dessert, the casual choices include chocolate, mango, and strawberry snow shaved ice bowls.

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill, 6680 W. Flamingo Road, #12, 702-331-3374. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.

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Buldogis

2291 South Fort Apache Road, , NV 89117 (702) 570-7560 Visit Website

Myungrang Hot Dog

450 South Western Avenue, , CA 90020 (213) 375-7518

Dragon Bowl Asian Grill

6680 W. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89103 Visit Website

Forte Tapas

4180 South Rainbow Boulevard, , NV 89103 (702) 220-3876 Visit Website

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