Chef Phil Harrison and fashion designer Vera Thordardottir, the team behind Goldhawk Road's 'Bears Ice Cream', launch a new Icelandic hot dog joint on Hammersmith's Lyric Square. A range of sauces and salads are available to dress up your dog, or keep it simple with onions, ketchup and mustard.
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Award-winning chef Phil Harrison and celebrity fashion designer Vera Thordardottir, the talented team behind Goldhawk Road's 'Bears Ice Cream', Time Out's “Love London” Runner Up 2016 and Harden's Guides latest choice in their select category of ice cream parlours, have taken a new venture and it's going to be hot! Hot Dogs in fact, and the tastiest dogs in the northern hemisphere. Don't just take our word for it – Condé Nast went all the way to Iceland to see why they're such a sensation but you don't have to. Just head to Hammersmith Broadway's Lyric Square to enjoy these free-range, grass fed, organic and hormone-free hot dogs.
Chilly Katz has a range of sauces and salads to dress up your dog, all developed by chef Phil, or keep it simple with onions, ketchup and mustard – you decide. Remember to leave room for dessert though, as Bears will bring their statement glacier smash-ups to the party and well, it would be rude not to.