Corned beef hash – Luna Park

Corned beef hash - Luna Park
Shredded beef with roasted root vegetables and topped with eggs over easy. $14.25
Luna Park, San Francisco CA

This dish was a disappointment. And let’s be honest, these eggs were fried – not over easy, not over medium or even over hard! They were fried and dry. Perhaps they kept cooking to a crisp under the warmer since the service was uber slow. This brunch was kind of a failure.

“Longhorn” Texas breakfast tacos – Luna Park

Longhorn Texas breakfast tacos - Luna Park
With eggs, potatoes, cheese, salsa and house made chorizo. $12.95
Luna Park, San Francisco CA

Meh, I wasn’t impressed with these tacos. They were as white and vanilla as they get. And although the tortillas were warm(ish), the tacos just seemed lackluster. Perhaps they could have been grilled or seared on the flattop or something to bump up the interest.

Buttermilk chicken and waffles – Luna Park

Buttermilk chicken and waffles - Luna Park
Belgian style, served with maple syrup, butter. $15
Luna Park, San Francisco CA

I’ve had my share of Belgian style waffles, but this didn’t compare. The waffle was WAY too airy and, therefore, had little substance. It dissolved almost immediately with the addition of butter and maple syrup. You really needed a more substantial waffle to hold up to the large pieces of buttermilk fried chicken on the plate. The chicken was good, but the waffle was lame.

Chilaquiles – Luna Park

Chilaquiles - Luna Park
Tortilla chips, eggs, beans, queso fresco, salsa fresca. $13.95
Luna Park, San Francisco CA

There was certainly a lot of food on this plate! I just wish it tasted a little better. The sauce was on the bland side and the eggs were on the verge of being overcooked. It’s a great value, but probably one I wouldn’t order again.

Redwood tree trunks
Redwood tree trunks, Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve.

Breakfast cocktails – Luna Park

Breakfast cocktails - Luna Park

Pimm’s cup and Bloody mary. Each $12.75
Luna Park, San Francisco CA

This restaurant can sure get busy for weekend brunch, but I guess the same holds true for most restaurants in SF. SF’ers are serious about brunch. After waiting in line, it’s always a great idea to order a good cocktail (preferably bottomless, lol). We actually arrived at Luna Park early on to avoid the crowds. It’s a familiar feeling place, but you can’t get served alcohol at their sidewalk tables. Oh well, we had no problem drinking these indoors.

Hiking at Purisima Creek
Hiking at Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve.