Sage fried chicken and waffles – Hash House A Go Go

Sage fried chicken and waffles - Hash House A Go Go

Two sage fried chicken breasts with hardwood smoked bacon waffle tower, hot maple reduction and fried leeks. $16.95
Hash House A Go Go, Las Vegas NV

Sage fried chicken and waffles - Hash House A Go Go
Mmm, this was much tastier and more manageable than the fried chicken benedict! The chicken was still a little greasy, but the waffles with bacon cooked into them were delicious. I just drenched everything in maple syrup and went for it, lol! I could have done without the useless pile of fried leeks on top though.

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Uptown special – Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles

Uptown special - Gussie's Chicken and Waffles
One southern fried chicken breast and one sweet potato waffle served with sweet cream whipped butter and warm home made brown sugar syrup. $10.54
Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles, San Francisco CA

Hmm, this was such a disappoinment! The chicken was way overcooked and the waffle was limp and lifeless! The service was super slow so maybe this was just waiting under the heat lamp so long that it dried out more than it should have.

Overcooked chicken - Gussie's Chicken and Waffles
I could barely cut through some of the chicken pieces because it was SO overcooked! If there was any flavor in this chicken, I couldn’t taste any of it because it was hard as a rock.

Demon lover – 900 Grayson

Demon lover - 900 Grayson
Spicy fried Sonoma Valley chicken, buttermilk waffle with Vermont maple syrup. $12.50
900 Grayson, Berkeley CA

This was REALLY tasty! And there was plenty of fried chicken – I could barely finish. I kinda wish the chicken was bone-in though, it feels more homey that way and it keeps the meat super moist.

Coffee - 900 Grayson
Coffee. $2

Sugar and salt - 900 Grayson
Sugar and salt.

Belgian style wafel – Blue Bottle Cafe

Belgian style wafel - Blue Bottle Cafe
Waffle with whipped butter and powdered sugar. $7.50
Blue Bottle Cafe, San Francisco CA

This is a perfect waffle, noms! The outside has a slight crispness while the center remains fluffy, and it tastes amazing. Pair it with some espresso and you’ll have an amazing morning!

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2011

F-Line Muni red streetcar
F-Line Muni red streetcar, 17th Street. I love the fleet of historic streetcars that run along Market Street and The Embarcadero. They’re a little slow, but it always puts a smile on my face to ride them.

Waffle with caramel sauce – Belgian Waffle Stand

Waffle with caramel sauce - Belgian Waffle Stand
Plain waffle with caramel topping. £2.50
Belgian Waffle Stand, London ENGLAND

This random waffle stand sits right outside the Green Park Tube Station and literally smells of butter and sugar, lol! They offer a variety of toppings including chocolate, strawberry, cream, fruit, etc. The waffles are super sugary and the caramel sauce made it even sweeter. It had great flavor and it was warm, but definitely way too sweet for me!

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Vodafone-branded London taxi cab. The cars are wrapped in a Union Jack design made up of over 2,000 London street names. I think they look pretty cool and I guess Vodafone customers can also charge their phones and pay fare via text!

Fried chicken and waffles – Little Skillet

2 piece (breast and thigh) fried chicken and 2 waffles with house syrup and powdered sugar. $8.50
Little Skillet, San Francisco

Farmerbrown’s Little Skillet location is very cute. It’s this tiny little window in the middle of an alley near the ballpark where are the nearby techies go for amazing chicken and waffles during lunch! Noms! The chicken is fried perfectly and SO delicious. The waffles are also amazing. I love combining everything together and eating them in one bite. Gotta have the syrup and some hot sauce in every bite. It’s good, people!

7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012