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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Harry's Cafe De Wheels, Haymarket

hot dog bite

Harry's Hot Dog de Wheels elevates the humble hot dog to new heights of existence. Sure there's a frankfurt, and yes there's a soft hot dog bun, but there's also a slathering of mushy peas, a layer of chilli con carne, a couple of cooked onion rings and then a zigzagging crown of creamy cheese sauce and lip-tingling chilli.

harrys hot dog de wheels
Harry's Hot Dog de Wheels $4.95

It's certainly the most filling hot dog I've ever eaten, and the chilli con carne contains chunks of real beef, not mince, which is quite impressive. There's plenty of chilli sauce and the frankfurt itself is sweet and smoky.

And call me a victim of American movies, but all I can think of as I'm eating it, is a subconscious desire to watch a baseball game.

I don't even like baseball.


Harry's Cafe de Wheels – Haymarket
Hay Street, Haymarket, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9281 6292

Also available at:
Harry's Cafe de Wheels – Woolloomooloo
Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9357 3074

Hannah's Pies
562 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9211 2506

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Harry's Cafe de Wheels, Woolloomooloo
Hannah's Pies, Ultimo
6 comments - Add some comment love

posted by Anonymous on 11/23/2006 11:59:00 pm


  • At 11/24/2006 7:50 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hee hee Harrys is a gem for good cheap food =D theres always such a biiigg line at the original one :S esp late at night. My favourite combo is hot dog with potato and peas and cheese and bbq sauce ^^! mmm.. soo hungryy

  • At 11/24/2006 8:39 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The Haymarket Harry's is right next to my office. You could also try the Seafood Pie with big chunks of beautiful pink salmon and a scallop. Also their Curry Pie with a big squirt of HP brown sauce is quite a treat when you're in the mood.

    This said, I usually walk by and through to Mitchitaro Japanese in the space next to the Captitol Theatre. The Hotade Nigiri with a small hot sake is almost too good to be true when you need a small snack!

  • At 11/24/2006 11:49 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Your photos, as ever, make me sooo hungry. Trouble is in that part of town their are so many other snacks that are far too irresistable! Perhaps I should get out more.

  • At 11/28/2006 7:22 am, Blogger Yvo Sin said…

    Come to the States and we'll watch a baseball game together! Nothing screams baseball like an ice cold beer in one hand, a hot dog in the other! And someone throwing peanut shells on the floor. Just kidding, I don't do that. I also don't like beer, but at games now I've succumbed to the beer drinking. When it's hot, it's awesome :) (the weather, not the beer)

  • At 12/02/2006 5:56 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    theres also one in liverpool now!

  • At 12/07/2006 7:18 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The Liverpool one is just across the parking lot from Krispy Kreme donuts, it's great.


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