Madrid is a foodie paradise -well, Spain in general-, but even though we are not a country all that famous for street food, things are changing and now it’s easy to find traditional street food from all over the world in some restaurants, from burritos to hot dogs.
Speaking of hot dogs, El Perro Salvaje has landed in Madrid with the very best hot dogs, and they come with a story and homemade ingredients, basically the complete opposite to other hot dog joints that serve frankendogs -sausages with things and no connection between them-. There is actually currently no other place in Madrid that makes Chicago-style hot dogs.
They produce their own sausages and buns which they serve steamed in 6 different combinations. Travel to Chicago, Manhattan, Texas or even Mexico, Middle East or choose to stay in Spain with their signature dog. They also make their own chili con carne and Spanish tripe stew sauce.
Last but not least, if you are feeling creative you can even make your own hot dog by choosing up to 3 ingredients and 3 sauces, the combinations are endless. Unleash the hot dog artist in you!
Wash you hot dog down with a craft beer, they have a few from Founders Brewing (USA) and Nómada Brewing (Spain).