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I've been away for awhile in Denmark.

They have the best hotdogs in the world.

Fried hotdog
Raw onion
Crispy onion
Cucumber salad

14th Sep 2005, 14:21   | tags:,,,,


kostika says:

Oh that sounds sooooo good right now.

14th Sep 2005, 14:25

jammed says:

tell me about it. i'd love to go to the Polser van now and get one.

14th Sep 2005, 14:27

jaggysnake says:

Man, I need to go and eat something NOW!

14th Sep 2005, 14:36

jc1000000 says:

*huuuuuuuunger paaaaaaaaaangs*

I used to live in Denmark as a kid and I still desperately miss the hotdogs!

There's one place in the UK that you can buy ones that come vaguely close- some guy with a cart in Winchester. He does the other variety- y'know the baguette with a hole in it? They're yum aswell.

14th Sep 2005, 14:38

jammed says:


i think its called a "French hotdog" i think. Maria?

I could jack my work in, buy a danish hotdog van, huge bag of polser etc and bring it across on the ferry.

The joy I could bring to the people of London.

All for the love of the "dog".

14th Sep 2005, 14:44

jc1000000 says:

Doooooooo it. :-)

Have you seen the catfood they sell us after a long nights clubbing in London? They have the audacity to call that a dawg!

You would be the modern day saviour of the people ... we'd have to make a movie aswell, documenting the impending struggles. I worked in a hotdog van once- you'd be surprised at the mafiaso type dealings competitors will engage in. One guy tried to sabotage our van!

14th Sep 2005, 15:12

maria says:

yes the ones with the hole and the pølse inside are called "frensh hotdogs" or "franske hotdogs" they are also very good, but nothing beats the classic "risted hotdog"

14th Sep 2005, 19:13

jammed says:

tak maria

15th Sep 2005, 13:47

Tilly(tilly46810-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

I have 3 british kids that have been brought up on hotdogs with Remoulade and Dried onion. We stock up each time we go to Demark or my eldest's godfather brings it with him when he visits.
Does anyone know where to by Remoulade in the UK or on the web that doesn't cost the earth?
We have run out and wont have any until Steen comes from Denmark at Easter.

8th Dec 2005, 17:50

Martin says:

Perhaps a bit late (considering the age of the last comment), but you can make the roasted onions and the remoulade yourself =) The onions are just onion bits turned in flour and fried crispy. The remoulade is chopped up pickled cucumbers/onions/cauliflower/carrots in mayo with salt and pepper. Well, in its most basic form anyhow. Add a dash of curry to spice it up a bit.

4th Aug 2006, 21:54

jcmandy says:

does any one know where to find the all pork hotdogs in the USA that are served in Denmark? that is only part I can not find.

12th Mar 2007, 03:25

CEJensen says:

The latest from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Embassy of Denmark, London: http://www.amblondon.um.dk/en/menu/TheEmbassy/News/DanishHotdogsInSoho.htm?wbc_purpose=Basic&WBCMODE;=PresentationUnpublished

25th Mar 2007, 15:32

Jerry(luvnjazz-at-earthlink-dot-net) says:

I have searched the U.S over looking for Rode Polsers to order.. I cannot seem to find them.. I would also love the receipe on how to make them.. I am Half Danish and have eaten them In Copenhagn. I tell my friends about them but they just cannot know how good they are unless I make them or order them.The closest I have come to finding them is in Solvang, Ca. at a German (go figure) Grocery store just outside Solvang and they call them German Frankfurters. They taste close but not quite there.. Any help?? Thank you Jerry luvnjazz@earthlink.net

31st Mar 2007, 23:58

papagil says:

on a whim, I punched in Denmark hot dog, and was greeted with your "GREAT" photos..they really take me back to the Best Dogs on earth...which I cannot duplicate, but have been trying for 6 years!

1st Nov 2007, 16:12

Allan says:

Remoulade here:

16th Dec 2008, 22:07

sslovetub says:

To this day i've never eaten any dog as good as they are in Denmark, Fransk hotdog ftw...


I dream about them weekly..especially the dressing...omg that lovely awesome dressing of my dreams that I cannot find anywhere but here and in Denmark:



The Bahncke is the don ^_^



ship Worldwide :D

Also have remoulade in the site as well as a host of other goodies!

Just find a good substitute dog and the tube-ified French bread rolls and you're there.


16th Dec 2008, 22:59

Stuart(newnoldtreasure-at-btinternet-dot-com) says:

At 54 years old, with a Danish mum I've loved these all my life. My best times were stopping on the old bridge crossing from mainland heading towards Odense, where we begged mum and dad for at least two of these at the kioskand a further danish ice cream by the time we reach Odense. I wonder if anyone has the same memories?

8th Aug 2009, 19:36

Louise(louise_skjeller-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

I am danish and those pic's are just sreaming EAT ME, EAT ME, EAT ME, I really need to go home for a visit ;-D

14th Aug 2009, 11:42

Anonymous says:

yep i remember them weell those red hot dogs. i landed in copenhageen after 10 years away and there was a hot dog wagon near there and i actualy eate my cab monney. and walked 37 blocs to my brothers place.

18th Nov 2009, 03:22

irene says:

oh ja, jeg har ikke vaeret i Danmark siden 1994, men husker stadig alle de hotdogs vi spiste ved polsemanden den forste dag, uhm uhm, ja irene

27th Mar 2010, 03:01

Jacky says:

it taste disgusting

8th May 2010, 05:15

Tamara says:

I was thinking of my visit to Denmark and craving the hot dogs. They were delicious no matter where we got them. Street vendors, train station, fuel stations...we loved them! I did find a similar bread/bun in Northern Wisconsin but still searching for the dog.

8th Jan 2012, 19:52

niels says:

best hot dogs anywhere I cannot walk by a wiener wagon in denmark without buying one.

13th Jun 2012, 20:42