Vancouver restaurant Japadog has a new breakfast menu

Hot dogs for breakfast?

Hot dogs for breakfast? Put an egg on it and call it your morning meal. Japadog has debuted a new AM eats menu at their Robson Street restaurant location, and it features all sorts of breakfast hot dogs and fried stuff to feed your face before lunchtime.

There are six hot dogs on the new Japadog breakfast menu, including some basics like their Plain Beef Dog, Bacon Cheese Dog, Cheese Dog, and a Mashed Potatoes Dog (yep, a hot dog topped with an orb of mashed potatoes).

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They’ve got two egg-centric dogs: A Scrambled Eggs Dog and the Eggs Dog (with a fried egg). You can get “Eggs Mashed” (egg and mashed potatoes in a jar which may remind some of L.A.’s Egg Slut), hash browns, croquettes, and a Crunchy French Toast with either Caramelized Apples or Strawberry Sauce.

Crunchy French Toast with Strawberry Sauce at Japadog
Crunchy French Toast with Strawberry Sauce at Japadog. Photo via JAPADOG

Combos include the Eggs Mashed with a bun and coffee or a Hot Dog + Hashed Browns + Coffee.

Known for their eclectic line-up of Japanese fusion hot dogs, the onetime cart-only Japadog has since expanded to have permanent locations and numerous carts across Metro Vancouver, and even in the Los Angeles area. They’ve added lots of eats to their Robson Street menu over the years, from seasoned fries to ice cream buns and more.

Hit up the breakfast menu at Japadog, which is only available at their Robson Street location (530 Robson St., Vancouver).

Breakfast is served Monday to Friday from 6:30 to 10:30 am and Weekends from 7:30 to 10:30 am.

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