You know a restaurant is a good one when it’s open 24 hours and the best food you can eat there are waffles. That’s what Waffle House has been for decades, and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the best meals to try at Waffle House that will surely satisfy that craving for breakfast food even when it’s time for lunch or dinner!
This is the ultimate breakfast, to quote Lord of the Rings. This resembles having a team with Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, and Giannis as your starters in the NBA. It’s a breakfast that can work as your lunch, or even as a meal you can gobble when you’re beset with the “munchies” late at night.
Starting with the chocolate chip, this is a huge portion of food. Following that comes your meat selection, which should be bacon (sausage is also fine). Then you have the main dish, which includes toast, eggs, and aside. Hash browns are acceptable; however, if you want something else on them, you may do so.
Yes, this isn’t a small breakfast at all, but lots of us need plenty of food in the morning to get us going, and this All-Star Special is pretty much guaranteed to do that for you.
Chocolate Chip Waffle
This is a classic for those of you who love chocolate chip waffles. It’s one of the best-selling items on the Waffle House extensive menu, and it’s easy to see why!
For those of you who are ordering this as your meal, know that you’re in for a real treat. This chocolate chip waffle can be both your breakfast and your dessert after lunch. It sure goes well with your cup of black coffee!
Some waffles from other breakfast places tend to hold back on their chocolate chips, but not here at Waffle House. You’ve got plenty of these chocolate chips spread out all over the top. They quickly melt into the tiny nooks of the waffle surface, leaving you with the creamy chocolate that complements the thick waffle.
Sausage, Egg, And Cheese Hash Brown Bowl
Waffle House actually offers a “build your own bowl” option, where you can put your preferred ingredients into the breakfast bowl. But they’ve already prepared this particular combination that defies logic and mathematics. It’s like seeing an equation that goes: Sausage + egg + cheese = deliciousness!
It starts with the hash browns, which gives you your carb foundation. Then you get that melted American cheese that seems to make lots of dishes taste better.
For protein, you also get sausage along with some scrambled eggs. If you’re not in the mood for sausage, you can always replace that with either ham or bacon. Either way, it’s a mound of breakfast heaven.
The best thing about this meal is that it’s a hearty breakfast that will stick with you until lunchtime. And if you order the large size, then it can easily become your dinner as well!
Quarter-Pound Angus Hamburger
With a name like “Waffle House”, you won’t normally think of burgers when you hear the name. But this ¼ pound of Angus beef in the burger is a meal you’ll appreciate, whether for lunch or for late at night (or early morning).
This gives you a thick patty, and the ¼ pound of Angus beef. On top of that, you get the onion, tomato, and lettuce. But you can really deck out your burger if you want to. You can still add other toppings, including bacon, chili, grilled mushrooms, and jalapeños. For good measure, ask for a layer of American cheese as well!
We are sure that once you try one of the delicious dishes at Waffle House (if you haven’t yet), the craving will subside and all thoughts about food will be replaced with happy memories! With so many options to choose from at Waffle House (and who doesn’t love waffles?), there’s something for everyone. Plus, every dish is made fresh to order – no need to wait around for it like those fancy places where they make everything beforehand.
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