Review: The Original Pancake HouseAuthor: WIBIA | Filed under: Food Reviews, Location: Fishers, IN
Good morning sunshine! I think that this is my first breakfast review? Original Pancake House started in Portland, OR in 1953 and is around 100 locations. It is one of those places that I have driven by, but never stopped. My Mom loves it and she was in town on a Saturday morning, so…..
What I Ate: Corned Beef Hash $8.65. It comes with 2 eggs and 3 pancakes.
The hash is homemade here. The menu states a blend of kosher corned beef, potatoes, onions and cream. I didn’t taste any cream, in fact I thought that it was a touch dry. The onions were transparent, which was added to the taste but did nothing for the texture. It was good, above average and I liked it, but lacked any real punch or originality.
Sunny side eggs were a touch overcooked. The three pancakes were as good as anywhere else that you can find. Nothing interesting here.
Would I Buy It Again? Probably not. This is a pancake, waffles and crepes place. I had part of an omelet that my brother had and it was average. If you like corned beef, it is pretty good, but probably not the reason that you should go there. The portions sizes are a little big at times. I would prefer them to be a little smaller and cheaper. My brother’s omelet came with 3 pancakes as well, too much food. Most omelets were around $9.00+
If you are into sugary sweet breakfast items and paying $9.00 for pancakes topped with gooey sweet items, I think that this might be your place. Otherwise…”eh!”
Nutrition facts are nowhere to be found. That is probably a good thing!