Have you ever tried a Korean-style corndog? This savory treat is a creative and delicious spin on the popular corndog street food snack, usually stuffed with sausage and/or mozzarella cheese and coated in thick breadcrumb batter, sometimes topped with potatoes, and then deep-fried until golden-brown and super crunchy.
This popular Korean street food snack is sometimes dusted with sugar, and topped with a variety of sauces and toppings, but usually ketchup and mustard are enough. Curious to try it? Several online stores have been offering their own takes on the filling and fun crunchy snack, available in different flavors.
Here’s where you can get these Korean-style corndogs for delivery around Metro Manila!
Local business Café Constancia doesn’t compromise on taste, quality, and size when it comes to their Korean-style corndogs – these treats are hefty in size, super crunchy in texture, and perfectly fried until golden-brown, using only premium ingredients and even their own dipping sauces.
They offer five flavors: the classic (P69), which has a whole premium sausage; the classic cheddar (P89), which adds cheddar cheese inside; and the potato mozza (P99), featuring both sausage and melted mozzarella that’s gooey with each bite and coated in crispy potato cubes.
They also have the cheesy squid (P89), which has stretchy mozzarella cheese inside and half a sausage, creatively cut to look like squid tentacles. The crispy batter is coated in squid ink-flavored coating for added flavor. The double cheese (P99) is perfect for cheese lovers – the potato-covered crispy hotdog is stuffed with gooey, chewy mozzarella and topped with a slice of torched cheddar cheese. Orders come with free ketchup and mustard.
Café Constancia also offers a sweet-savory honey mustard and tasty garlic mayo dip for P15 each. Want to try all flavors? Get the affordable box bundle (P430) of all five flavors and four dips. Prices may vary, depending on the flavors you choose.
Café Constancia is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 12 pm to 6 pm. They allow same-day deliveries from their hub in La Loma, Quezon City. To place your orders, you can message them on Instagram.
Quezon City-based home business Seoul Yummy specializes in crunchy Korean corndogs at affordable prices, served in five flavors.
They have the classic (P58) flavor with a full hotdog, the original (P68) with half-mozzarella and half-hotdog, the full mozza (P88) which just cheese, the gamja (P78) with mozzarella, hotdog, and a potato fries coating, and the mini original (P45), which is similar to an American-style corndog, filled with half mozzarella and half hotdog.
Seoul Yummy also sells their own jar of kimchi (P130) as a side dish to the snack. They are open daily from 10 am to midnight and are located in Project 8, Quezon City. You can order via Instagram.
Korean Corndog Bonbu
Korean Corndog Bonbu keeps it simple with three variants to the Korean-style street snack: cheesedog (P55), half-cheesedog/half-mozzarella (P65), and full mozzarella (P80). You can opt to add the crunchy potato coating (P15) to any flavor.
Korean Corndog Bonbu is located in San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City and offers free delivery to customers within and near the area. They are open daily from 10 am to 7 pm and are accepting orders via Facebook.
Frisco StrEat Bites
If you’re looking for unconventional Korean corndog flavors, check out food stall Frisco StrEat Bites and their line of creative variants, each one packed with different toppings and sauces.
They have a ramyeon corndog (P100), inspired by the spicy ramen, the cheetos corndog (P100) with cheese sauce on top, and the classic Korean corndog (P100) with sugar and potato coating.
They also offer the takoyaki corndog (P100), topped with the usual takoyaki works including bonito flakes, salted egg chip corndog (P100), and a chicken floss corndog (P100).
Frisco StrEat Bites is located in San Pedro, Quezon City, near Eastwood City. They also pop up in different outdoor food markets around Metro Manila from time to time. You can order for delivery via Facebook.
OhMy Jeong Korean Corndog
OhMy Jeong offers an extensive menu of flavors that are available in either plain or potato coating at different prices. In their classic category, they offer full hotdog (P59, P65), full mozzarella (P75, P79), full SPAM (P79, P85), half-hotdog/half-mozza (P69, P75), half-SPAM/half-mozza (P85, P89), and the trio of hotdog, mozzarella, and SPAM (P95, P99).
In their premium category, they offer wienerli (P99, P115), beef franks (P105, P119), wienerli/mozza (P95, P105), and beef franks/mozzarella (P100, P110). Feeling adventurous? Have it sweet with their snickers (P75) or choco butternut (P99) variants.
You can also choose from their ketchup, mustard, mayo, or cheese dips. OhMy Jeong is located in Sampaloc, Manila. You can order via Instagram.
K-runch Crest Korean Corndog
This local biz’s “K-runchy Korean Rice Corndogs” come in an all-sausage menu with original (P59), noodles (P69), potato (P69), and cornflakes (P69) options. They also have a sausage-cheese menu of half-sausage/half-mozza (P89), cheddar (P99), squid ink (P99), and double cheese (P109) flavors.
Want all cheese? Get them in all mozzarella (P99) and triple cheese (P129) flavors. Their dips range from honey mustard, wasabi mayo, cheese sauce, premium chili sauce, to ketchup. They also have special cordon bleu and cheeseburger flavors.
K-Runch Crest is located in Banawe, Quezon City. You can order through Instagram.
Goraehotdog’s line-up of crunchy corndog flavors include cheddar jumbo hotdog (P100), a beef hotdog with cheddar cheese and sauce; mozzarella jumbo hotdog (P80) with half each; whole mozzarella (P100), chicken-flavored gorae hotdog (P60); jumbo beef hotdog (P80); and mochi hotdog (P80).
You can also add potato coating (P25) or cheese dip (P25) to any hotdog. Every order already comes with mustard, mayo, and ketchup.
Customers can order from the Las Pinas-based business for delivery via foodpanda, GrabFood, and PICKAROO.
Cusina ni Mama
Home business Cusina ni Mama specializes in home-cooked comfort food, but they’ve recently introduced a limited edition menu of Korean corndogs with five flavors to choose from.
The flavors include hotdog (P60), mozza (P79), hotdog potato (P69), hotdog mozza (P79), and hotdog mozza potato (P89).
Cusina ni Mama is based in Taguig City. You can order via Facebook.
Pasig-based business Kocogo allows customers to customize their own Korean corndogs from the filling to the breading. Choose from either classic jumbo hotdog, German franks, mozzarella, SPAM, or Angus beef franks, ranging from P95 to P120. You can also add mozzarella to any option.
You can either get cheddar cheese (P15) or honey-cured bacon (P30) as your wrapper, or cube potatoes (P30) or string potatoes (P35) for the coating. They also offer mini-sized corndogs and churro corndogs.
Kocogo accepts same-day delivery and is open from 11 am to 6 pm. You can order through Instagram.
Mashi Corndog serves classic hotdog, mozza hotdog, potato, full mozza, and jumbo hotdog flavors with tomato ketchup and mustard on the side.
Mashi Corndog is located in Las Pinas, Valenzuela, and Paranaque. They accept direct orders on Facebook or via GrabFood or foodpanda from 10 am to 8 pm every day.
Corndog 28 offers seven flavors in one big box: there’s the classic (P65) with sausage; jumbo (P79); mozza (P79) with sausage; full mozza (P105); potato with sausage (P89); mozza potato (P95), or the full mozza potato (P120).
Corndog 28 is located in Taft Avenue, Ortigas Center, Ayala Malls Circuit Makati, Anonas, Project 6, San Juan, and Alabang. They can be found on GrabFood. You can also order via Facebook.
Dogs and Dairies
This Kapitolyo-based shop offers seven crowd-favorite Korean corndog flavors: full hotdog, mozza hotdog, full mozza, full mozza potato, potato cheese hotdog, and full hotdog potato.
Trying something new? Dogs and Dairies also offers a special ube cheese flavor. Their limited edition squid ink mozza and double cheese jalapeno flavors are also unconventional options.
Dogs and Dairies is open from Wednesdays to Sundays. They accept orders through Facebook. – Rappler.com
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