Sunday, July 27, 2008

Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Denver, Colorado

I came across this cart along the 16th street mall and apparently Biker Jim's is somewhat of an icon. Now having tons of hotdog carts in New York, I've found them a decent bite on the go but never really anything that special. However, the menu at Biker Jim's proved interesting enough for me to give it a shot.

I've always been a fan of wild meats or game. Some may be put off by the "game" flavor or scent but I guess that's really the lure which make game lovers such as myself seek out such fare.

I remembered ordering three different dogs but to be honest, I can't remember which one was which! I'm quite sure this is the elk jalapeno cheddar dog because it had a hint of spiciness in it.
Bottom-line is all the dogs were cooked fresh, tasted extremely meaty and were good enough for me to down three.

Here's the second one.

And the third. All the dogs were different but none of them were wrong. It's worth trying out the rest on the menu one day. There's also a whole range of condiments and sauces on the side like relish, cheese sauce, mustard, horse-radish etc. One interesting thing to note is that his grilled onions are grilled with "Coca-cola", something I'm sure to try out at my next bbq.

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5 comments:

J said...

腊肠bun should be nice~! :s

m said...

I like pig's intestines too.

LiquidShaDow said...

Interesting variety of meats they have there for the dogs. As usual, none of these things can be found here. I can only look at your pics.

Camemberu said...

Oh yum, hot dogs. We need better ones in Singapore!

D said...

liquid shadow: But hey man, you get all that great hawker stuff back home which I so crave too, so it's kinda fair =P

camemberu: Tierney's used to have pretty good ones. Hmm I wonder if they are still around?