The famous Schawrtz’s deli restaurants in Paris let you get into the New York Jew restaurant style which has become famous for its huge burgers, pastrami sandwiches and other delicacies. Well, they have just opened a small spinoff outlet where they only serve the very same hot dogs they do at their main restaurants. This tiny and stylish place has some room to sit, but you can also grab your hot dog and go away to one of the nearby terraces or squares in Paris.
Their hot dogs are big, tasty, nestled in a semi-grilled bun, and with the right amount of ketchup, mustard and fried onion to make your mouth water as soon as you see them being prepared in front of you.
Located in the busy and upmarket Victor Hugo avenue, I think it offers something different from the typical French bistrots in the area and it can also fill in some budget stomachs which also need good staple food. Their servings go from the classic to more imaginative versions of the hot dog which include guacamole, honey, pastrami or turkey bacon. As such, this place is good for all religious concerns, not so much for vegetarians or vegans though.