Posted on | October 26, 2008 | 1 Comment
Hash House is the type of place you should go to when you’re really, really hungry. The portions are ridiculously huge! (Think Claim Jumpers, but 10x better). Seriously, I think 3 people could share one of their dishes and still be full. But not only are the portions huge, the food is really good. They use only fresh ingredients -nothing is ever frozen- and the food is all freshly made. Maybe not the healthiest of food, but good, home cooked comfort food. With a twist!
The atmosphere is very casual and comfortable inside, and the wait staff is super friendly. We’ve gone twice; once for breakfast and once for lunch. They are well known for their breakfasts, and I’ve heard that there can be quite a wait if you go for breakfast on a weekend. I’ve tried the corned beef hash, which consisted of HUGE chunks of corned beef with potatoes and eggs. Very, very tasty, and a great dish if you’re a fan of corned beef, like me.
For lunch, we started off with the Fried Green Tomatoes. A huge stack of crispy and tangy fried tomatoes, which could have been a meal in itself! I then had the famous Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles. The fried chicken is quite good. Two HUGE pieces of crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, boneless chicken breasts, over a mound of waffles with whole pieces of bacon cooked into them, drizzled with maple syrup! It was quite a sight. It sounded and looked a bit weird to me, but trust me, it’s really, really good. Adam had the griddled hot meatloaf, which was good, but I have to say I think the chicken and waffles were the star.
6800 West Sahara Ave., Las Vegas NV 89146