Food Review: Two Hands Corndogs in Little Rock

I have seen “Korean Corndogs” on t.v. and dreamed of trying them one day while on my first vacation to Korea. Thankfully, Two Hands Fresh Corn Dogs opened a franchise here in Little Rock, so I didn’t have to wait so long.

The restaurant space is pretty small, but efficient. You order at the counter and wait for your order at your table. There are a few tables, but not many. So, this is not a great spot for a nice sit down dinner. I got two corn dogs to go, as it was packed.

Their menu may be found on their site here. While it is small, there are technically 42 hot dogs to pick from! You pick your coating first, then your filling that can be a sausage made of meat, veggies, or different cheeses- or a combo of sausage and cheese.

For sides, they have elote, Kimchi fries, or Dirty fries with hot cheetos powder and their signature sauce. For beverages, they have five different slushes to choose from, including an Horchata slush. They also have boba teas in six flavors, including coffee, custard, rose, taro, and more.

I only got two hot dogs to try this first visit. After much internet review research and friends’ opinions, I believe I picked the most popular dogs. I started with the Classic Korean dog, that is fried and topped with sugar (weird sounding, I know) and has ketchup and mustard drizzled over the top, with a spicy beef dog.

The spicy dog made it- it was so good! The heat made it very flavorful, but it certainly wasn’t a lot of heat- anyone can do the spicy sausage. It was very good and unique and the sugar wasn’t overpowering. In fact, I hardly noticed it.

My second corn dog was the potato with the regular beef sausage. You guessed it, this corn dog is not only fried with the regular corndog batter, but it has diced potato chunks added to the outside of the batter and then it is fried. It’s then drizzled with their dirty sauce and flamin hot cheetos powder.

THIS corn dog was like nothing I’ve ever had. It tasted like tater tots and a corn dog, plus a little kick from the sauce, all in one bite! I heard some complains that the potatoes get hard to chew, but that was certainly not my experience. They were crispy, but very tender and easy to eat. I would suggest trying this one if you haven’t had any Korean corn dogs yet- it’s pretty awesome.

Overall, this is a fun place to get a meal you may not have tried before. Kids would LOVE this place!

Food Review: The Rogue Roundabout in Conway

I’ve been wanting to try this place every since I heard they have Scotch Eggs! I LOVE a good Scotch Egg, but that egg yolk had better be runny to be a great one! (Spoiler alert: the egg was cooked perfectly!)

My husband and I ran in here after we topped by for Sourdough at BMB Creations- I didn’t realize it was right next door!

We got the Scotch eggs ($13) to split as well as the Eggplant sandwich with sweet potato fries ($12) to split.

The two Scotch eggs came on top of dijon mustard and blackberry merlot sauce. Once I cut one open, I knew it was cooked PERFECTLY. Just look at that egg!
While this Scotch egg was wonderful, I have never had one with chorizo sausage instead of breakfast sausage, and the flavor of the chorizo was very strong. It overpowered the rest with its spice and paprika taste. The mustard and blackberry sauce added a little flavor variety, though it was hard to taste the blackberry sauce through the chorizo.
Overall, you should definitely try this. Where else around here can you get a Scotch egg?

I was happily surprised to find the real star of our lunch was the Eggplant sandwich. With grilled eggplant, squash and zucchini, peppadew olive tempenade, arugula, and basil pistachio pesto on sourdough, this sandwich was massive and very hearty. It was stuffed full of grilled veggies, which needed more/some salt, but the pesto gave it a nice fresh flavor. I am so glad we split it because one Scotch egg and half of this sandwich had me FULL.
The sweet potato fries were thin and crispy, just how I like them! They came with a large side of curried ketchup as well.

Overall, I loved this meal. The place itself looks fantastic, with a major Lost Forty vibe. You share tables at this brewery where you get really good food. There’s even a coffee bar that is open from 7-11 I’ll have to try at some point. If there’s a dish here I MUST try next time, let me know!