Tuesday, March 22, 2005

The pictures below were when Niel and I ate at the Waffle House. Not once but on two occassions. I had a Texas Patty Melt with hash browns (they were like potato noodles. So soft!) Niel had the steak and eggs. The second time we ate there, I ordered waffles with strawberries and whipped cream. Niel had the Texas Patty Melt. The food is well made and so flavorful. I highly recommend it.

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10 comments:

Mike said...

Yeah Waffle House may be the white trash line of restaurants, but they sure do make some good food. They won't win any awards for presentation or ambiance :-). Rachel and I stopped at one in South Carolina several years ago when we drove down to Florida. I wish I would have been into photography back then, because it was like a scene out of a movie in there. Truck drivers who looked like they were in ZZ Top, waitresses who looked like Flo from Alice, and it looked like the place hadn't been renovated since the 60's. All the tacky colors of the 60's, old old style metal napkin holders, it was like going back in time. What I though was really cool was that the waitresses actually cooked the food as well as delivering it. We had a boatload of food, and the bill was ridiculously low. Something like $12.00.

Jessica said...

Hi Ani. My hubbie, who happens to be a police officer, has lots of funny stories about this particular Waffle House in the town where he works. He says if you want the "true" Waffle House experience go at 2 a.m. on a Saturday night. He's dared me to go but I've declined the offer. :-)

foodiechickie said...

Still is like that. It was pretty neat. The first place we stopped by had a chef who did the cooking but would occasionally bring the food to the table.

foodiechickie said...

It gets even wackier at 2AM Jessica?

Jessica said...

Even wackier. Todd says that the drunks go there when the bars close. They are all crammed in there and usually a big fight breaks out.

Jesser said...

I can't say I'm a big fan of Waffle House, but my dad goes crazy for it! He loves the pecan waffles.

foodiechickie said...

LOL Jessica.

And mmm pecans.

niel said...

I could see that Waffle House in Vero getting a little out of hand. especially with that waitress with the weird ankles and that dude with the cowboy hat.

Tammy said...

Waffle House is the closest thing we have to genuine diners down here. If you ever get a chance to hit another one, I strongly recommend the cheese eggs with raisin toast and apple butter. That's my favorite thing.

I'm glad you guys had fun on your minibreak.

foodiechickie said...

Thanks Tammy! You know I was eyeing that on the menu. I hope we get to eat at another Waffle House too:)