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Corned Beef Hash

by Adrian Baldwin » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:59 am

Over the past few years, really fallen in love w/ this breakfast classic, mainly due to one place ----> Winchell's in Lexington.

If you've never had theirs, or eaten breakfast there period, it's a must. By far my favorite breakfast in the area, and their Hash is notches above any I've ever had.

Is there anywhere to get good Hash in Louisville?


I ask, b/c I don't think I've ever been as diappointed in a breakfast as I was w/ my Corned Beef Hash at Dish on Market yeseterday.

Hash? Hardly. Cubes of corned beef essentially tossed for a few seconds w/ standard home fries, w/ 2 eggs on the side. There wasn't anything "hash" about it. Extremely disappointing.

Everything else was great, however. My lassie had the Chocolate Chip Almond pancakes, and we split a side of biscuit/gravy, both were excellent.
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Chris LM » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:42 am

Wild Eggs has decent corned beef hash, but not great. It's made with sliced deli meat which is not the best way to do it.
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Robin Garr » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:51 am

North End Cafe has a hash that a lot of people like, but to me it suffers from the same issue that Adrian mentions of Winchell's: Big chunks.

I wonder if Waffle House has good corned beef hash. ;) I hope we get a definitive answer to this question. I do love a hot mound of CBH with a sunnyside-up fried egg on top.
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by JustinHammond » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:57 am

Verbena Cafe
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Corned Beef Verbena Hash - Our homemade hand cut Corned Beef and Verbena Browns topped
with two Eggs any style with our Artisan Bread of the day - 9.45

I'll also vouch for the:

Nutella Waffles - Golden brown Waffles topped with Nutella and Whipped Cream - 6.25

Caliente! Omelet - Pork Carnitas, Onion, Pepper Jack Cheese, topped with Black Bean Corn Relish, Salsa and Sour Cream - 9.25
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Steve P » Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:05 pm

Chris LM wrote:Wild Eggs has decent corned beef hash, but not great. It's made with sliced deli meat which is not the best way to do it.


Hmmmmm...perhaps this is a recent change. But both times I've had the Hash at Verbena it was the real deal (not made with sliced deli meat) and was pretty darn good. I know I'd recommend it.
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Adrian Baldwin » Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:10 pm

Just so we're clear, DISH had the big chunks...

...Winchell's has what I consider a true "Hash", and by far the best I've ever had. They also serve it with two OverEasy/Poached eggs resting a top, w/ a side of sausage gravy. It's to die for. :)
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Robin Garr » Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:33 pm

Adrian Baldwin wrote:Just so we're clear, DISH had the big chunks...

...Winchell's has what I consider a true "Hash", and by far the best I've ever had. ...

Oops, sorry, I read too fast. Maybe Dish is channeling North End Cafe? I love the migas at North End, or some breakfast tacos ...
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Mark R. » Mon Feb 28, 2011 2:57 pm

Robin Garr wrote:North End Cafe has a hash that a lot of people like, but to me it suffers from the same issue that Adrian mentions of Winchell's: Big chunks.

I have always liked the hash at North End Cafe. Sometimes it has big chunks but most times it's very good. Probably depends on who made it.
JustinHammond wrote:Verbena Cafe
http://verbenacafe.com/

Corned Beef Verbena Hash - Our homemade hand cut Corned Beef and Verbena Browns topped
with two Eggs any style with our Artisan Bread of the day - 9.45

+1 I definitely have to agree with that! Actually everything I've ever had from the menu there is a very good. I've tried something different every time we have been there just to explore. Their artisan bread is made in house and is wonderful
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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Derrick Dones » Mon Feb 28, 2011 5:34 pm

Not a big CBH fan, but...

Winchell's rules!!!

Fied bologna and eggs = breakfast of champs, and they do pour quite a drink.

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Re: Corned Beef Hash

by Mark R. » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:48 pm

Adrian Baldwin wrote:Over the past few years, really fallen in love w/ this breakfast classic, mainly due to one place ----> Winchell's in Lexington.

If you've never had theirs, or eaten breakfast there period, it's a must. By far my favorite breakfast in the area, and their Hash is notches above any I've ever had.

I had heard of Winchell's but had never been there so I went to look at their website. Is there corned beef hash an off the menu item? I couldn't find it anyplace on the menu.
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