Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs
Buldogis was a pioneer of Las Vegas’ fusion explosion that saw disparate cuisines paired in intriguing ways. In this case it's Korean (“bul” translates to “fired” or “grilled”) and hot dogs (that would be the “dogi”) – and of course it’s a play on the Korean grilled-meat favorite, bulgogi.
The Cuisineists, Elaine and Scott Harris, were among those who recommended Buldogis, where they might find dogs like the Bulgogi, which also comes with Asian slaw, green onions, sesame seeds and bulgogi aioli, and the Banh Mi, with bacon, banh mi slaw, an herb blend and sriracha aioli. Not in an Asian mood? There’s always the Soul Dog, with house-special roasted pork belly, caramelized onions, barbecue sauce and green onions, or the Mac & Cheese Dog, which is just as it sounds.
There are more prosaic dogs as well, plus Korean noodle soup, fried-chicken sandwiches, ”Seoul to Soul” chicken wings, rice bowls and fries.