Get quick answers from Nathans Famous staff and past visitors. I went in around lunch...time - about 11:30a.m. Serving up amazing food, Nathan's Famous sits in the heart of Portswood. We prefer this sloppy hot dog sans cheese, both because it is slightly easier to eat and because you can actually taste the hot dog underneath the chili. everyone had something different and it was good, This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. And, their order included two dogs! But, what business, in this day and age, can afford to throw away customers? Whenever a meat-filled sandwich boasts the Pat LaFreida name, you know it's going to be baseline pretty good. Hot dogs didn't taste right but very expensive. Orangeade, which is essentially an orange-flavored version of lemonade that combines orange juice, water, and a sweetener, was particularly popular in the 1920s and 1930s, and you can still find it on the menus of old-school American food spots like Nathan's Famous. The Sausages on the Nathan’s Famous menu with the highest amount of calories are Beef Franks in A Blanket (245 calories), Cheddar Smoked Sausage (180 calories) and Smoked Beef Sausage (170 calories). The flavors of this burger are actually really good: there's a nice combination of umami from the beef, smoke from the bacon, sweetness from the onions, and tang from the pickles and sauce. I'm too old to tolerate bad judgement or bad service. These are more of a tempura-style onion ring, with a thinner slice of onion in a light, airy batter. You'd think that because Nathan's Chili Cheese Dog starts with one of their famous original all-beef hot dogs — which, for the record, are very good — that the Chili Cheese Dog would earn a higher place on our list. But, what business, in this day and age, can afford to throw away customers?More, I had never been to a Nathans. Nathan's hot dogs are the best flavor. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. A good thing, but not enough to offset the slathering of tomato sauce, which tastes like a weird combination of pizza sauce and ketchup, that gets poured all over the meatballs on this sandwich. Again, these start with high-quality white meat chicken, and you can taste that this is the good stuff. Don't feel self-conscious about indulging in dipping sauces; half the fun of these is the license to feel like a self-indulgent kid again. I won't go back. These are particularly good when dipped in copious amounts of ketchup or honey mustard, if that's your thing. Nathan's french fries are cooked in corn oil and made from low starch Katahdin potatoes, both of which help to give them their signature flavor and texture.