I first visited Superbdog at BTS Nana Station (near soi 8 escalator) on May 8, 2013. To my dismay they were closed. A sign said they had sold out and would be open the next day. I sent a message to Superbdog via Facebook and asked them what was up and that I wasted a special trip just to try their hot dogs. The owner, James, replied and apologized explaining that they make their own buns and their supplier delivered the wrong flour so they were unable to bake buns that day. He offered to meet me the next day and treat me to a couple of dogs. I eagerly accepted his offer and went back on May 9, 2013 at 1 p.m. The hot dogs had the bite and snap you expect from a good New York style hot dog. The texture was perfect and the hot dogs were some of the best I have ever eaten, making them the best hot dogs available in Thailand, IMO. In addition to the fresh baked buns, Superbdog makes their own hot dogs using sirloin trimming, their own special blend of spices and natural lamb casing. I tried the chili, cheese and onion dog as well as the sauerkraut dog. The chili sauce is made by Cookie, Jame's business partner and you can ask for jalapenos to be added to your dog if you like it with more spice. Both hot dogs were delicious and better than many hot dogs I have eaten in the U.S. I was told the cheddar cheese is imported from Wisconsin, USA and the sauerkraut is made from a German recipe. They also have pork hot dogs for the many Thais that don't eat beef. If you have in the mood for a genuine New York style hot dog (no Chicago style at this time) then don't hesitate to visit Superbdog, open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at BTS Nana Station near the up escalator from Sukhumbit soi 8. I was told that soon they will also have a New York style cart roaming the streets in the Nana area from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and a new location on Khao San Road (Backpacker District) is coming soon. If you love good hot dogs then visiting Superbdog is a must.