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Peppermill or Hash House

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Disney Fan, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. Disney Fan

    Disney Fan Low-Roller

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    So which would you choose between the Peppermill or the Hash House A Go Go at the Linq for breakfast ?? Thanks...
     
  2. Vegas Insight

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    Peppermill, both serve portions too big for one person, which cost more than I want to pay for a breakfast meal, but all things being equal (access time, wait time to be seated) I'd choose the Peppermill 100 times out of 99.
     
  3. Snidely

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    Neither. Just Real Food OTS at the Linq. French Toast with a side of bacon.
     
  4. dmr

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    Peppermill!

    No comparison.

    (Next question please.) :)
     
  5. Mafioso

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    Peppermill
     
  6. dmr

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    I did not realize the place you were talking about when I first read it. Yes, Off The Strip was surprisingly good. We were there for dinner, and I did not know they did breakfast.
     
  7. deansrobinson

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    Peppermill.

    Although both serve alarmingly huge portions (make sure you really are hungry), it seems to me that a lot more of HHAGG is 'gimmicky' ... which is not to say that the decor of the Peppermill is subdued, but we've eaten at both. Once @ HHAGG....multiple times @ Peppermill.
     
  8. zenvegas

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    Peppermill. I've been to both and HHAGG is a novelty, with some interesting choices, the food isn't that great.
    However, I almost had a heart attack when my waitress at the Peppermill said it was a 10 egg omelet.
     
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  9. Fet297

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    Peppermill without question.
     
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    Yeah...and the "side of link sausage"...brings a whole new meaning to the term "side". :blink:
     
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  11. Snidely

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    Breakfast until 2pm!

    But everyone should go to Peppermill at least once.
     
  12. grosx2

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    Nice I'll have to try OTS for breakfast....their lamb gyro cheesesteak is amazing.
     
  13. tex55

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    Easy answer... Peppermill. Big portions, more variety than HHAGG and the waitresses are a little sassy. Which really add to the experience.
     
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  14. STPFan

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    Peppermill if given a choice.

    I had a hair cooked into my pancake at HHAGG once. But I have gone back for convenience when we didn't have a car.
     
  15. WWGB

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    I've been to both several times for breakfast. I vote for Peppermill. My wife agrees.
     
  16. TableToddyy

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    Peppermill to far for breakfast. Food is not great just large portions I would only go for Drinks. LARGE KILLER DRINKS.
     
  17. carolineno

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    Peppermill vote here too. We have a hhagg at a local casino - love this 1 dish there, but if I can get it at home why bother. Plus I didn't play nickle vp at Peppermill last time & now I wish I had! The machines are calling me!
     
  18. WHITEJACKET73

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    I've dined at both places several times...without question, Peppermill is my first choice.
     
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    Neither will be the best breakfast you ever had. They're both good-not-great. Between the two, I think Peppermill's food is a bit better. As others have said, the HHAGG menu is suprisingly limited. Peppermill has lots of choices.

    Peppermill will give you more attentive service. The HHAGG servers seem to go absent for long stretches.

    You might have a long wait at HHAGG at The Linq unless you have CET status to bypass the lines (Platinum or better). I've never had to wait more than 5 minutes at Peppermill.
     
  20. dmr

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    Actually, in all fairness to HHAGG, the menu has been expanded. (Or maybe it was recently un-expanded, it's been over a year now.) They added what they called a traditional breakfast with sensible portion size to the menu. The portions were fine but the quality was abysmal! Tasted like dry steamtable scrambled eggs and the biscuit was past its prime! Breakfast potatoes were majorly overseasoned with some flavors difficult to pinpoint! My brother had one of their specials, presented to look like a lone pine tree on a bald mountain!

    There was no line at HHAGG when we went (Rio). Should have been a warning!