The Time Out Cafe' has Burgers and Hot Dogs in several weight classes (think small, medium, and large). They all have some Danish flavor added to them, which is reflected in the Denmark flags hanging from the 2nd floor.
As much as I love the unique Danish flavor added to traditional style hot dogs (relish, onion, mustard), sometimes a regular hot dog is the only thing you crave. So, if that's what you want, make it clear when ordering. Otherwise, you will be eating a Danish Dog instead of a Classic Dog.
In terms of customer service, I would have to give it 5 stars. The owner is friendly, and they are willing to make the food in anyway requested. For example, I love to have the Dog sliced in the middle and grilled, with only the traditional Hot Dog toppings. They were more than willing to accommodate that request.
Would this be one of my last sandwiches? No. However, it's a great place to go on a weekday afternoon to meet a couple friends before going shopping (it's right next to the Ximen MRT). Also, it's nice to have a Classic Style Hot Dog or Hamburger in Taiwan once in a while.