Hash House A Go Go is a 24 hour restaurant in The Quad. They are known for their breakfast in amazing large portions. It’s been featured a lot on Food Network and it was recently featured on Man vs Food for their Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken Benedict.
We got there at 10am and there was already a line up. We waited about 45 minutes for a seat. If you hate lines, it always best to come at non-peak hours.
There’s a lot of seats inside but not all of them were occupied.
Ground turkey, mushroom & broccoli Farm Scramble is served with mashed potato, fresh fruit and biscuit.
House smoked salmon benedict with asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes, chili cream and two basted eggs.
It’s huge and tastes decent. This isn’t any normal eggs benny. My mom commented that the salmon was dry.
HH Famous Meatloaf House Hash has roasted red peppers, spinach and smoked mozzarella. It is tossed with crispy potatoes & topped with 2 eggs, served with fruit and biscuit.
Its served in a huge pan too.
Roasted Chicken House Hash has garlic, onions, asparagus and rosemary. Then tossed with crispy potatoes and topped with 2 eggs, served with fruit and biscuit. My dad enjoyed it.
Andy’s sage fried chicken benedict with fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs.
They threw a knife in there to hold it all together.
The knife was huge and this was just oozing with calories. I didn’t mind, so i just dug in to enjoy all its flavours.
It has everything but my favourite part was the bacon and scrambled eggs on top. The chicken was dry.
Overall, the only thing it has going for them are the huge portions. Tastewise, it was ok. It’s not a place for everyone.
We Rate Hash House A Go Go:
3535 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Las Vegas, NV 89109