Inappropriately named and ever-crowded, Hot Suppa (serving breakfast and lunch only) is a lesson in patience for the weekend bruncher. A table wait can creep up to half and hour on a good day. But, this tiny West End joint offers up the best corned beef hash this side of Dublin, so I sit. And wait.
“Scratch” made and hearty, the flavorful meat mingles with the requisite carrots, onions and potatoes. But to break it down to it’s elements wouldn’t do this hash justice. The first time I tried it I was several heavenly bites into it before the secret ingredient dawned on me – thyme! Lots of it.
Tender, pungent and plentiful, this hash is eye-rollingly good.