Breakfast nacho skillet – Harvey’s

Buffalo chicken wings - Harvey's
Home fires topped with cheddar and jack cheese, bacon, ham, two eggs over easy, green onions, and side of salsa. $8.95
Harvey’s, San Francisco CA

I was dragged to Harvey’s by a friend again even though they know I really don’t like the food. This was ok, but not at all refined. Very basic…

Buffalo chicken wings – Harvey’s

Buffalo chicken wings - Harvey's
Served with ranch dressing, carrots and celery. 6 pieces $8.95
Harvey’s, San Francisco CA

I suppose anything covered in buffalo wing sauce can’t be that bad. These were still on the dry side though, but I didn’t expect much at Harvey’s…

Buttermilk fried chicken – Harvey’s

Buttermilk fried chicken - Harvey's
Deep fried boneless chicken breasts, cole slaw, mashed potatoes, and country gravy. $13.95
Harvey’s, San Francisco CA

I actually thought that this was good (which is surprising because I’m not a fan of Harvey’s). The chicken was moist, tasty, and not greasy. And the mashed potatoes were good. I thought the coleslaw was just mediocre, but I was surprised that I liked everything else quite a lot!

Harvey’s mess skillet – Harvey’s

Harvey's mess skillet - Harvey's
Eggs scrambled with green peppers, spinach, ham, bacon, tomatoes, onion, jack cheese and home fries, topped with sour cream. Served with wheat toast. $11.95
Harvey’s, San Francisco CA

Yuck, I really don’t like Harvey’s because the food is always just marginal and everything seems to taste like it was either frozen or from a can. My friend wanted to meet here for brunch so I couldn’t avoid the place. This skillet was actually ok as far as their food goes, probably because there was enough random ingredients to hide their poor cooking. Way too much food though, even for me. 🙂

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