Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista)

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista) pancakes

After picking up my husband at LAX, we stopped at the Hash Restaurant in Playa Vista. One google for “hash,” and you come up with a lot of results that aren’t a diner. Anyway, we were hungry, and I wanted to pancakes.

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista)

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista) Atmosphere: A

The Hash Restaurant has a very unique setup. It’s located in the Bluffs, which has housing and a huge parking garage. Read: you do have to pay for parking in the garage, but the Hash Restaurant did say they can validate parking.

They have a few signs around the parking garage, making it easier to find. Honestly, I don’t think we would have found the restaurant without the signs.

The day we went, it was pouring rain. I didn’t know anything about the restaurant. We walked in, and it was just a kitchen. I thought: oh no, we aren’t planning takeout. We could eat in the car, I guess. Luckily, they had an option for sitting in the next building. There is also outdoor seating, but the pouring rain made that a no go.

Coffee: X

I didn’t order coffee this time around. Boring.

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista) Food:

I knew I wanted pancakes but wasn’t sure what kind. The Hash Restaurant has all sorts of breakfast items, including pancakes, omelets, waffles and more. A few things that stuck out to me on the Hash Restaurant menu:

  • Carrot cake waffle topped with cream cheese drizzle
  • Country Fair French Toast: Bread Pudding Dipped In Funnel Cake Batter, Deep Fried. Covered w/ Tres Leches Sauce
  • Cinnamon Roll Pancakes topped w/ Cream Cheese Drizzle
  • Bebop Bowl: Asian Style Brown Rice, 2 Over Easy Eggs, Choice of Protein, Spinach, Green Onions, Sauteed Mushrooms, Pickled Veggies
  • Bagel with lox: choice of Bagel, Lox, Cream Cheese, Red Onions & Tomatoes

You can see the flu Hash Restaurant menu here.

Eventually, I finally decided on the Cinnamon roll pancakes. I came in wanting pancakes, but everything looked and sounded so good. The cinnamon roll pancakes tasted good and were one of the better ones I’ve had recently. They were soft and fluffy, and they were filling. I would definitely order them again.

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista) pancakes

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista) Service:

Everyone at the Hash Restaurant was friendly. The person who took our order and brought out food over was excellent, plus the food came out within 10 minutes. I have no complaints.

Cost:

My pancakes cost $14.50. In Los Angeles, that is a pretty good deal.

Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista)
Fun vibes at the restaurant (bar?) next door

Overall Thoughts/Would I Come Back to the Hash Restaurant (Playa Vista)?

Yes. I enjoyed my meal at the cash Restaurant and would love to return. It’s just a few miles from Los Angeles airport and a great low-key restaurant if you need some food.

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Questions for you:

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