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Stella Blue - Huntington Village

Gastronomos | Jan 7, 201511:58 AM    

Stoners and old hippies.
I had the chance to try this place this week.
Hipster chick at register. She may not have been stoned... but was WTF indifferent.
Fried chicken and waffles. $14.99 (with tax comes to over $16+)
Two smallish dark meat pieces of fried chicken that was fried at least a week ago and reheated came an unappetizing black over a serviceable waffle that was overloaded with artificial vanillin.(BLECH!)
The corn bread thingy that came on top was serviceable if a tad bit too dense.
One bite of the chicken and the rest of the stale rancid old dried out from sitting around way too long precooked chicken went straight into the trash.

The noise from behind the counter to nearly everyone who ordered and sat to wait for their food was annoying. Every order was questioned by the kitchen. Whether it was about which exact omelet was ordered or if it was actually an omelet that was ordered or something else to many apologies to nearly everyone who ordered something that took too long or came out wrong.

The one good thing I can say is that the music they play is right up my alley. I really enjoyed the music piped in this weird spot.
Maybe next time I'll skip the foodlikestuff and I'll sit with a cup of coffee or tea just to listen to all my favourite tracks...

I left hungry and out of cash.

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