Hash Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 8728 Se 17th Ave

    Portland, OR 97202

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  • 503-239-3966

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had a wonderful breakfast this morning due to a Groupon. the service was terrific

3
★★★★★

had a wonderful breakfast this morning due to a Groupon. the service was terrific

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I had eaten at Hash last year and enjoyed it very much so decided to take my sister when she was in town for a visit.

It didn't seem very busy when we arrived and were seated immediately and placed our order in good time.

After a 40

3
★★★★★

I had eaten at Hash last year and enjoyed it very much so decided to take my sister when she was in town for a visit.

It didn't seem very busy when we arrived and were seated immediately and placed our order in good time.

After a 40

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We have gone back to Hash several times & have never been dissappointed in the food. I do have to say that the servings on some items can be small such as the eggs benny, it should be served with their potatoes, but did include their poached apple slices. On a recent visit, I had the house made corned beef hash with a perfectly cooked poached egg atop. It's served with toast & homemade jam plus the apples. It was a generous portion of food. They also have a house made hot sauce that is great with the corned beef. You always get a little plate with scone bits & a house made fruit butter courtesy of the house. They have great coffee & the service has always been friendly & helpful. I really appreciate that they create the food such as the house cured meats, the fruit butters & jam and hot sauce. The quality is well above most places but the prices are a bit high too, especially considering the size of the portions. It's a small, cozy space, so you may have to wait on weekends.

2
★★★★☆

We have gone back to Hash several times & have never been dissappointed in the food. I do have to say that the servings on some items can be small such as the eggs benny, it should be served with their potatoes, but did include their poached apple slices. On a recent visit, I had the house made corned beef hash with a perfectly cooked poached egg atop. It's served with toast & homemade jam plus the apples. It was a generous portion of food. They also have a house made hot sauce that is great with the corned beef. You always get a little plate with scone bits & a house made fruit butter courtesy of the house. They have great coffee & the service has always been friendly & helpful. I really appreciate that they create the food such as the house cured meats, the fruit butters & jam and hot sauce. The quality is well above most places but the prices are a bit high too, especially considering the size of the portions. It's a small, cozy space, so you may have to wait on weekends.

Pros: Fresh house prepared food

Cons: some small portions

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Went to Hash for breakfast this morning and found the service attentive, the prices moderate, and the decor acceptable. However, the was food merely okay. I ordered the Forager, an omelette containing chevre, mushrooms, and spinach, and their hashbrowns and was underwhelmed. Would I go back? Maybe. But I'm of the mind that the food isn't craveable.

1
★★☆☆☆

Went to Hash for breakfast this morning and found the service attentive, the prices moderate, and the decor acceptable. However, the was food merely okay. I ordered the Forager, an omelette containing chevre, mushrooms, and spinach, and their hashbrowns and was underwhelmed. Would I go back? Maybe. But I'm of the mind that the food isn't craveable.

Pros: Atmosphere, Service, Price

Cons: Food is nothing to write home about

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I first went to Hash about 6 months ago and judging by the prices on the menu (expensive for breakfast), I was expecting the portions to be fairly large. I ordered the vegetarian eggs benedict, and although it tasted good, it was very small and didn't fill me up. If I remember correctly, it cost something like $12 or $13. My husband and I only decided to give Hash another try because they were featured on Groupon (coupon site), so we got a discounted meal. It was much worse that we had remembered. It took over an hour to get a table at noon on a Sunday, even though we told them that we were okay sitting anywhere, including at the bar. For a while there were several tables and spots open at the bar that were clean and unoccupied, but people were not seated. Finally we got seated and I ordered some Danish pancakes. They were about $9, not too expensive, and I also ordered an egg cooked over-hard and a coffee. The coffee took awhile, and once I finished it, I waited for someone to come and refill it, but nobody did. Finally I asked someone to refill it, and he looked at me like I was asking the world of him, but grudgingly refilled it. Finally our food came after a long wait, and I was served a tiny plate of five "pancakes," which in reality were like little filled pancake balls, about 2 inches in diameter. They were okay, but I was left hungry and glad that I had ordered an egg as well. When the egg I had ordered came, it was the most ridiculously cooked egg I had ever seen, more overcooked than you might get at a truck stop. It must have been left on the grill for a good 20 minutes, because it was rock hard and crispy, yet they decided to serve it anyway. The server came and offered to replace it, and the replacement egg was correctly cooked.

My husband and I left thinking to ourselves that we would not come to Hash again, as the wait for a table was ridiculous, the portions tiny, and the food expensive and not worth the price or the wait.

1
★★★☆☆

I first went to Hash about 6 months ago and judging by the prices on the menu (expensive for breakfast), I was expecting the portions to be fairly large. I ordered the vegetarian eggs benedict, and although it tasted good, it was very small and didn't fill me up. If I remember correctly, it cost something like $12 or $13. My husband and I only decided to give Hash another try because they were featured on Groupon (coupon site), so we got a discounted meal. It was much worse that we had remembered. It took over an hour to get a table at noon on a Sunday, even though we told them that we were okay sitting anywhere, including at the bar. For a while there were several tables and spots open at the bar that were clean and unoccupied, but people were not seated. Finally we got seated and I ordered some Danish pancakes. They were about $9, not too expensive, and I also ordered an egg cooked over-hard and a coffee. The coffee took awhile, and once I finished it, I waited for someone to come and refill it, but nobody did. Finally I asked someone to refill it, and he looked at me like I was asking the world of him, but grudgingly refilled it. Finally our food came after a long wait, and I was served a tiny plate of five "pancakes," which in reality were like little filled pancake balls, about 2 inches in diameter. They were okay, but I was left hungry and glad that I had ordered an egg as well. When the egg I had ordered came, it was the most ridiculously cooked egg I had ever seen, more overcooked than you might get at a truck stop. It must have been left on the grill for a good 20 minutes, because it was rock hard and crispy, yet they decided to serve it anyway. The server came and offered to replace it, and the replacement egg was correctly cooked.

My husband and I left thinking to ourselves that we would not come to Hash again, as the wait for a table was ridiculous, the portions tiny, and the food expensive and not worth the price or the wait.

Pros: Decent food, hip place

Cons: Long wait for table, slow service, small portions, expensive

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Minimalist space and stripped down menu. I have never gotten a plate of food there the wasn't top notch. I can not say that of other breakfast joints in the area. Sure you spend aprox 15% -20% more ...BUT.... You get excellently prepared food and are not forced to sit shoulder to shoulder with unstable, tweaking , parolees (true story) . If you go on the weekends you might have to be patient... hey GOOD breakfast places get busy.

2
★★★★☆

Minimalist space and stripped down menu. I have never gotten a plate of food there the wasn't top notch. I can not say that of other breakfast joints in the area. Sure you spend aprox 15% -20% more ...BUT.... You get excellently prepared food and are not forced to sit shoulder to shoulder with unstable, tweaking , parolees (true story) . If you go on the weekends you might have to be patient... hey GOOD breakfast places get busy.

Pros: Great Ingredients, Wonderful Preperation

Cons: Touch Spendy, Weekend Crunch

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A new breakfast spot in the Sellwood area that boasts fresh and local food. Some menu changes with the seasons. The decor is simple, the restaurant is spacious. I appreciate that the dairy and meat comes from animals that are vegetarian fed.

4
★★★★☆

A new breakfast spot in the Sellwood area that boasts fresh and local food. Some menu changes with the seasons. The decor is simple, the restaurant is spacious. I appreciate that the dairy and meat comes from animals that are vegetarian fed.

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