I've never been, but did notice that while in Alabama, there seemed to be one on every corner. Is it true you actually pour syrup on fried chicken? If so, could you pour syrup on a piece of prime rib and say that tasted as good? I just don't understand the appeal.
With me being on a no sugar, no flour, no salt, and no fried food diet, it sounds delicious!
Waffle House rocks! Of course, for relative-free holidays, we've usually opted for Denny's! Waffle House generally has great grits, hashbrowns, and eggs. I like the All-Star Breakfast there best (2 eggs, grits or hashbrowns, bacon or sausage or ham, toast, and a big waffle.) I haven't tried steak there in a long time. (Sirloin Tips and Eggs at IHOP is hard to beat). The key to Waffle House, IHOP, and Denny's is to try all of the locations in your community and lock in on "the good one." You've got to find the good cooks, the good waitresses, etc.
In my opinion if you don't love waffle house your a communist (no offense to any communist on the forums lol). So many memories made intoxicated after 4:00 AM. 3 reasons why you gotta love waffle house.
1. All Star Specially
2. Everytime you eat at one it makes you appreciate how good you have by simply knowing you dont work there.
3. It's the only place in the world where you can eat, expect a hair in your food, and still continue to eat their regularly.