Now we’ve previously hyped about Liverpool’s Ghetto Golf -crazy golf at it’s best – but the mistake we made last time was not paying a visit to Meet Frank.
Meet Frank is the on-site gourmet hot dog eatery serving up a range of dogs which are all handmade using free range pork shoulder and prime beef. They are also gluten free and extremely tasty!
After a round of golf and a few drinks along the course we were ready to dig into something to soak up the alcohol and soon found ourselves salivating over the Meet Frank menu. First up its worth mentioning that Franks has loads on offer, not just hot dogs, there’s sides like Frank’s Crispy Wings, Kabano Korn Dogs and the Feathered Friend Finger Roll (chicken thigh battered with chilli Doritos, red onion, honey mustard sauce and lettuce) which we will definitely be trying next time.
However, for our first visit to Frank’s we felt we had to try some hot dogs, opting for the New Yorker and the Frank In Blanket along with a side of the Currywurst Fries. The New Yorker pays homage to the U.S city’s well loved dogs with picked cucumber, fried sauerkraut and dried crispy onion with both ketchup and mustard. Taking the first bite, the sausage has the right snap to it before the juicy beef flavour hits. Accompanied by the sauce and pickled cucumbers it was everything a good hot dog should be.
The Frank-In-Blanket, which comes tripled wrapped in streaky bacon, crispy shoestring potatoes with honey and mustard sauce, was incredible. There was so much flavour to compliment the hot dog itself and the shoestring potatoes added an extra satisfying crunch. The Currywurst Fries (topped with spicy fried onions, pork Bratwurst and curry ketchup made for a great accompaniment with a wonderful mild spicy flavour.
There’s also more good news about Frank’s; they have a fantastic range of veggie and vegan options, from veggie sausage, halloumi, falafel, mushrooms and grilled cheese all featuring on their menu.
There’s plenty on the Meet Frank menu that you will want to try something different each time and after speaking to a group of crazy golfers who were already on their third visit to the place, you know it’s got to be good.
Meet Frank (Located within Ghetto Golf)