Sydney's much praised Ume Burger has extended its repertoire to Japanese-inspired hot dogs, having launched Ume Dogs at Melbourne's HWKR food hall last month. Now, owner Kerby Craig will bring it back home to give Sydneysiders a taste for one day only on Friday, September 28.
The pop-up will take over Edition Coffee Roasters' new Haymarket digs from 5.30pm, where Craig will be slinging his wood-smoked pork frankfurts alongside snacks by the Edition team. Dogs include the classic Ume (wagyu mince sauce, kewpie mayo, minced onion and cheese) and the Kansai (pickled wakame, kewpie, tonkatsu sauce, snow crackers and bonito flakes). Plus kimchi dogs with crunchy noodles and curry dogs with red pickles. Edition's coffees will of course be up for grabs, too, and beats by DJ Andrew Levins will add party vibes to the food offering.
After the pop-up, Ume Dogs will only be available down in Melbourne for now — so best nab a taste while you can.