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speck | Mar 5, 2002 03:44 PM

just to follow up a past thread on a pretty new restaurant in lower haight on haight at steiner. i've been there three times for brunch and have received consistently tasty food. twice i had the fried chicken and waffles which is a kind of strange combo of soul food combination with a Japanese style of fried chicken. the chicken is juicy, the waffles are malted and tasty, the coating on the chicken is not my favorite, but overall a dish worth eating. the complimentary scones have been excellent each time and different flavorings, one time lemon zest, another time currants -- very flaky and buttery. i tried the brisket hash and was extremely happy with this dish. not a traditionaly hash, the brisket was in smallish chunks and the potatoes and onions were sliced. very well seasoned brisket and tender if maybe just a touch dry. i asked for tabasco, but never ended up using it because the flavors were already there. the coffee is good and strong, prices are reasonable. if the line at kate's is long, or if you're in the mood for something different, i recommend this place for brunch.

anybody been there for dinner?

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