You Can Now Get The Most Insane Korean Hot Dogs On A Stick In Houston
We'll take the deep fried ramen one, please.
Corn dogs are a Texas staple. No state fair or rodeo is complete without the yummy goodness that is a deep-fried hot dog on a stick. Now corn dog fans have a new option because Korean hot dogs just arrived in Houston and they're battered and topped with the most delicious flavors!
Sul Bing Su in Katy has been a popular place for Korean ice cream and dessert and they've recently enhanced their menu by serving up the super popular Chung Chun rice battered dogs.
The corn dogs are made with rice batter and come in a variety of flavors. You can get a regular hot dog on a stick, or you can get mozzarella or cheddar for a giant rice battered cheese stick.
There's even a potato mozzarella one or sweet potato mozzarella stick. You can get them coated in the normal rice batter or in crispy fried ramen.
The savory treats look absolutely delicious and Sul Bing Su has gotten a lot of buzz since they've added the dogs to their menu.
The Korean dogs are cheap and range in price up to $5. The meal comes with dipping sauces like ketchup and mustard and they even have the option of coating them in sugar which is a really unique combination.
Houstonians always love a good corn or hot dog, and there's eventhat's been a local favorite for years. But sadly, we've been missing out on good Korean hot dogs until recently.
Sul Bing Su is one of the first locations where Houstonians can get Korean corn dogs but people up infor a while now and they've been a major hit with Texans!
Before adding Chung Chun to their storefront, Sul Bing Su was a popular spot for yummy ice cream and insane shaved ices with crazy toppings (such as a whole slice of cheesecake!).
However, now we see no reason for you not to visit, for they've taken their dessert shop to the next level by being Houston's best spot for Korean hot dogs.
Sul Bing Su
Address: 23119 Colonial Pkwy Suite B-16, Katy, TX
Why you need to go: To grab a ramen coated hot dog and maybe a Korean shaved ice for dessert!