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About Hash House a Go Go - Plano
We keep the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist.
We maintain a level of excitement & entertainment within the dining experience, while ensuring excellent service each & every day.
Plano, TX 75093
American, Comfort Food, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
*SEPT TO APR*
*MAY TO AUG*
4760 W. Park Blvd.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
DART Buses 451 and 452
Stops-Park @ Preston - W - MB1 Stop ID: 19444
Park @ Preston Park - E - MB2 Stop ID: 19402
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
We keep the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist. We maintain a level of excitement & entertainment within the dining experience, while ensuring excellent service each & every day.
Hash House a Go Go - Plano Ratings and Reviews
We chose this one place to meet before a morning sporting event and the atmosphere was great. Very friendly staff and the menu was intriguing...
We all ordered breakfast, two children and four adults. The kids got pancakes and they were happy, except for the pancakes were “dry”. Two of the adults ordered the “basic” breakfast and they thought it was ok... nothing special. One adult ordered the biscuits and gravy and thought the lump of mashed potatoes under them was not a good idea. And the other adult had the chicken and waffle, it was ok , but better to look at than actually eat.
It was reasonably priced, and the atmosphere and service were great! But, the food was just “eh”.
I really want Hash House to be better. I really do. I keep trying them and am consistently disappointed. I ordered the fried chicken dinner and hubby got the pot pie. The pot pie was perfectly fine. But I just am not a fan of the cracker style crust. Maybe you will be. My fried chicken was fine, crust was a bit heavy and over thick but it was tasty. The carrots were over cooked and the green beans were slightly under cooked. Better under than over cooked.
In my past visits, biscuits were served to the table. I am not sure if that is just at certain times, but not tonight. I suppose that was ok as the last time we got biscuits at dinner time they were so hard that I cut my mouth trying to eat one.
Our server was personable and nice. He was good at keeping our drinks refilled.
I just can’t see going back again after so many failed attempts at this point. Just not worth it for the price.
This was one of the worst meals we have had in a while. We made reservation on Open Table to ensure we did not get caught up in a crowd on a Sunday morning. We have been to same restaurant in Las Vegas - which was GREAT. First, the place was empty and large - they took us to the table right by the kitchen doors. It was so odd with all the empty tables in the place. When we asked for another the hostess huffed and moved us to another table about 20 feet from the first. It was not a huge improvement. The staff were very focused on getting things set up instead of focusing on their customers. We ordered corn beef hash - terrible!! The food was cold including the eggs and biscuit. My husband asked for some gravy to try and give it flavor and heat it up - well that cost another $4.25. Ok. Our 12 year old son ordered the regular size pancake - it is huge but COLD as well. He barely ate any of it - most 12 year old boys want seconds when it comes to pancakes. When the waitress asked if we wanted boxes (since there was so much uneaten food) and we said no - she asked if it was ok. We told her the truth and she wanted to get a manager. We don't go to restaurants to get free food - we just want hot and good food. She brought our check and we paid. She did bring us some coffee to go. The coffee was good. I would advise taking a pass on this place. Breakfast is not that hard and this was terrible!!! As we were leaving people were starting to stream in - I wanted to warn them DONT DO IT.
Our group enjoyed a comfortable and relaxed dinner. The service was friendly and the wait staff was very helpful and knowledgeable about the menu. They offered some great suggestions. The food portions were large and could definitely be shared. Would like to return to try some other menu options.
1st off it was my 1st time & it was delicious 😋 I’d recommend this restaurant to anyone. It was fantastic. Definitely worth your money and visit. Nice area with many other attractions. Great for birthdays and groups. Love the seating area at the bar. Enormous chicken and waffles served trust me you’ll love this place. 10 stars plus!! $$ Drinks were awesome and you keep the cup with some. Hurry go visit.
Food was good when it finally arrived. Had reservations for 8 at 7:15. Arrived and they tried to cram us into a booth meant for 6. Nothing else was open so we had to wait 30 minutes for a table to become available. Finally seated, 15 minutes later the waitress arrived for drink order. The whole night continued like this, waiting and waiting. By the time the food arrived we were almost 2 hours into the ordeal. The food was good but will likely not return due to poor service. I could understand if the restaurant was packed but there were maybe 4-5 other tables in the whole place. Not a fun night out as we had hoped.
This service and food at this restaurant has really gone downhill. The last 2 visits, the service was pretty non-existent and the food quality was not great (my husband ended up getting sick from his meatloaf). Things started off poorly when it took awhile for our server to greet us in a pretty empty restaurant. We ordered the naked nachos appetizer. It took almost 15 minutes for them to arrive and they were cold and flavorless. Our dinner entrees were hot but, while the portions were large, the food was pretty much lacking in flavor. I doubt that we will return.
This was our first visit to Hash House. The food was ok, but the portion sizes were so ridiculously large that it actually detracted from the food. My chicken and biscuits came with probably four cups of mashed potatoes, six full sized carrots that has been steamed, plus green beans. (When I asked for a little more gravy for my chicken and potatoes, I was charged $4.25 for it!). Other dishes were similarly sized, to the point that the excess just felt wasteful.
We met family at Hash House A Go Go on a Sunday evening. The restaurant was not crowded and we were seated in a quiet area. The waiter took our drink order and gave us time to look over the menu. The food was ok. The portion sizes are way too large. Nobody at our table finished their meal. Cut the quantities in half and buy higher quality food. You will be tripping over people to get into the restaurant! We won't go back until something changes.
The food was awesome not only in portion size but taste as well. The service was average and the ambiance was a little disappointing. From what I had read about hash house a go go I felt that it would’ve been more farm to table and less corporate. From everything to the menu to the servers outfits and the actual decor. It felt as though the restaurant was confused between being a farm to table restaurant and partially corporate.
Still food was awesome!
Bought a Travelzoo deal so we went on a Friday night. Made a reservation since we didn't know how busy they get. We got right in (it was early- 6:00) and the waitor was very friendly. Portions were large and very good. My husband took at least half of the stuffed meatloaf home and had it for lunch the next 2 days! We would go back again.
Basically the Cheesecake Factory of brunches.
Reservations for brunch time on a weekday was not really necessary and there is a good amount of parking as the building is a bit separated from nearby businesses. The decor is a bit hipster with black and white artistic photographs of farm animals. I was a bit disturbed by the pictures of pigs staring at you above the kitchen doors while eating bacon. There was moderate lighting and noise. Our waitress kept the water glasses full and was nice, but it seemed like she was overbooked one or two tables. I really liked the booklet on the tables showing what dishes were showcased on certain shows and magazines and it helped us both decide what to order.
First similarity to Cheesecake Factory: the portions! Ridiculously huge and more than enough to fill you up at brunch and take some home for midnight brunch. My friend got the Tractor Driver Combo favorited by Martha Stewart with vanilla waffles. It wasn't a favorite, but certainly tasty and she ate almost all of it. I got the New York Times featured Chicken and Waffles and it certainly makes a spectacular appearance. It comes with four bacon waffles topped with two almost boneless sage fried chicken breasts and piled high with fried leeks held together by a steak knife and rosemary stalk. Second similarity to Cheesecake Factory: lots of choices, but only some dishes are really good. My favorite part of the dish was the bacon waffle. It was basically a whole slice of bacon cooked into each waffle. The fried chicken was flavorful thanks to the sage, but definitely needed more chicken to balance out the carbs. The maple reduction wasn't really warm and tasted more like sugar syrup than maple reduction. The fried leeks gave a little extra flavor. Overall, the individual components were tasty, but did not really enhance each other when eaten together.
For the pricing and portions, you get fair value. I wouldn't come again on my own, but would take people looking to brunch.
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