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Unread 19 Jun 19, 03:18 PM  
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3 adults?
Yeah - but two light eating ladies! One greedy bloke...
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Unread 20 Jun 19, 10:09 AM  
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Yeah - but two light eating ladies! One greedy bloke...
I wouldn't buy 2. 1 voucher should be suffice.
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Unread 22 Jun 19, 09:27 AM  
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Originally Posted by stupet11 View Post
Yeah - but two light eating ladies! One greedy bloke...
One voucher should be fine - my husband would describe himself as a greedy bloke and it's the one place that I have seen him defeated by the amount of food on his plate (he was very disappointed with himself!)

HHAGG is a must for us and the family are insisting we crowbar in a visit even though we have DDP
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We've bought 2 between 4 as a lot of the meals look like $15 to $18 and it said off food and drink so figured have a cocktail with dinner with the saving lol x
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Used our vouchers this week but not sure we'll be returning after this visit.

Food portions are smaller than they used to be and service has gone down hill. Real shame as this was our favourite place to eat.
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We have visited every year since. It's always very emotional but the food is always great and despite the very traumatic event we always like to go .
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Originally Posted by markpwa8 View Post
I wouldn't have the chicken and waffles again, personally, but the rest was great. Especially the Pot Pie which would have fed 4 people!
I agree re chicken and waffles. The bacon was all flabby and as its baked into the waffle its not that pleasant.
Just my opinion.
We love it for breakfast (particularly the banana and brown sugar pancake) but lunch didnt do it for us
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We went on Friday to use this voucher - it was a mixed bag of an experience...

The Good - the food was great. I had the Chilaquiles which tasted great, my eldest son had a burger which he really liked and the youngest enjoyed his chicken sandwich. The portions were also very big. The prices were also great especially after the deduction of the voucher.

The Bad - the service was truly dreadful. It took about 20 mins for our drinks order to be taken. It was then another 20 mins before they turned up - well 2 of them, the lager I ordered took another 10 minutes and I had to ask where it had gone..

The Ugly - did I mention the service? Despite having a dedicated bar with 2 staff and no customers, getting a beer was difficult. The first one was taken to the wrong table after a lengthy wait. The second one again took around 20 minutes (by which time I had finished eating and was ready to leave) and again did a tour of the restaurant before I managed to catch the attention of the waiter so he could bring it to our table.

There were about 8 staff. We went at 3.30pm and it wasn't that busy. I am not sure if it was just our waiter or general incompetence - the bar staff brought the beers so it might have been a team effort.

Overall - if you don't mind waiting then I would recommend Hash House. The food was really good and it was excellent value for money.
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