Hash House a NO-GO???

I have delved into the oh-so-famous “Sage Fried Chicken and Waffle Tower” enough times to say, “Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner!” But sadly for me, today was not one of those days.

My fiancé Paul had wanted to go to Hash House for quite some time, so today we did. Being that it was a Tuesday, no epic-line in sight. Our excitement and anticipation building. After talking up Hash House for so long, I’m sure Paul had high expectations for this gargantuan feast. I let him decide what dish to share (of course I mentioned the “Tower”) and in an attempt to be more health-conscious, we went for the Farm Scramble with Bacon, Spinach, and Aged Cheddar (hmm).

As we watched a few of these glorious Tower’s ‘O Chicken passing by, our dish finally arrived. Now, you have to understand the magnitude of these dishes: they are served on platters you would serve your Thanksgiving turkey. The scramble was sloppy and not “larger than life”, almost hidden by the wonky chunks of potatoes and hunk of watermelon. The bacon was flaccid, while the egg and potato were completely under seasoned. Their “crispy potatoes” were not. The lack of seasoning was a bit shocking.

The only redeeming quality about this hot mess was the Biscuit and House-made Strawberry Preserves. And their fair-trade coffee.

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About Ellian

I have always been an adventurous and healthy eater. Always searching for new flavors and local gems in old San Diego is what puts a smile on my face. I love to cook and share the finished product with, anyone who cares! This blog is for sharing my finds and obsessions with everyone. People tend to ask me "where do you eat this" and" how do you make that". So I decided to chronicle my discoveries. My hope is that by reviewing some of our local eats and sharing some of my homemade creations in the kitchen; others will also be inspired to explore deeper into their communities, and their kitchens:)
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