By MARK FRANCISCO
CORNDOGS are making a trend in the Philippines nowadays so what exactly are they? If you’ve watched any K-drama recently, you’ve seen Korean corndogs: beautifully fried, golden battered hot dogs with mozzarella on a stick, dusted with a sparkling sprinkle of sugar. They’re sweet and salty and completely delicious. And that’s what makes them popular.
Here in Cagayan de Oro City, you can taste the various flavors of Korean corndogs at Hadu Snackbar. The name “hadu” ain’t Korean though. It is stemmed from its former name Hakdog. So when you were a patron of Hakdog in the past, I’m sure you will appreciate more what Hadu Snackbar is now offering.
Hadu Snackbar offers the following Korean corndog flavors: ggonekim, skugzky, heybible, yejinhand, hoyeony, illusomina and start up. I won’t tell you what each variant is made of, you’ve got to try each and every flavor yourself and your chums. All flavors are available in hotdog only or in hotdog + mozzarella. Next is your choice of dips: ketchup, cheese sauce, parmesan, mayo or sweet chili. But if you want to tinker cooking the corndog itself, Hadu Snackbar is selling frozen corndogs too.
In their dining hideout at the corner of 22nd and 8th streets in Nazareth, you can also order budget rice meals (chicken teriyaki, kimchi fried rice, ultimate kimchi fried rice) and savory fries. Cool down with mixed berry, green apple, lemonade, lemon ice tea or honey ice tea.
Hadu Snackbar is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Mondays to Saturdays. You may call ahead for pickup orders at 09154191855. Momentarily, you can find the booth of Hadu Snackbar at the ongoing Big Bite festival at Ayala Malls Centrio. They are located across Healthy Options.