MTV News – 3 hours ago How many times have you tried to make the best toast in the world, only to find out you were too good at it?
We’ve all tried egg sandwiches, scrambled eggs, and waffles, but the one we really love is the waffle.
The waffle is our favorite thing to eat in a restaurant because it’s so easy to make and we get to taste it with every bite.
It’s like the perfect egg sandwich for us, and it’s one of the few dishes that we truly love in a place like the White House.
The best egg sandwiches come from places like Dixie Diner and the White Palace.
When we came here, we had to go with a waffle that was a little too crispy.
After a couple of bites, we realized we had no idea what to do with the waffles.
The cooks at Dixie told us to just toss them in a pan and cook them until they were browned.
We were wrong!
The waffles were perfect!
The crispy waffles kept coming, and our favorite part about these waffles was that they were just so yummy.
Dixie, the original White House waffle, is a local chain, but they also serve up other delicious waffles from around the country.
DIXIE DINER: I’ve never had a waffles in my life, but I did once in Washington D.C. The food here is amazing, but if you want the best waffles you should go to the White and Gold.
The service here is great, and the menu is always changing, so if you need a meal, be sure to check the website or call ahead to find a table.
We tried the fried waffles at this place and they were even better than the fried egg sandwiches that we had at Dixie Diner.
It wasn’t too crispy, but it was tender and flavorful.
We had a lot of waffles and it was a lot better than at DIXIEGO WAFFLES.
DYNASTY DINERY: The White House is one of my favorite places to eat.
We go for the egg sandwiches and the fried chicken sandwich, but our favorite dish at the White is the scrambled waffles that we make.
It makes for a wonderful quick breakfast or a quick dinner.
We love the fried eggs and waffle sandwiches that you can get here, but we also love the egg and wafer sandwiches that they serve.
The fried eggs here are the best.
They’re crisp, moist, and yummy, and they’re so easy and flavorful that you’ll probably want to have a couple more of them.
I’m always excited to try new dishes at the restaurant and the eggs here were my favorite.
WAFFLERS: It’s always a struggle when we try to find waffles or egg sandwiches at Diners because they tend to be too greasy, but when you go to Dixie diner you will definitely find waffle holes and egg sandwiches.
The restaurant has a huge menu of waffle options, so you’ll find something to suit every taste.
They serve their own waffles on a plate, and we tried the scrambled egg waffles because we had them for breakfast a couple weeks ago and they just seemed like the best option.
The only thing that was missing was an option for waffle fries because they had to serve them in the restaurant as a side.
BURROWS: You can find breakfast waffles here.
They are pretty good.
It was very crispy and yummier than the wafers we tried at Dines, and you get more bang for your buck.
The menu changes, so be sure you check the menu for a complete list of breakfast options.
HOLIDAY SHOPPING: Our favorite food vendors are Dixie diner and Dixie bakery, but there are also other vendors that cater to the entire family.
The bakery has the best chocolate chip waffles we’ve ever had, and their chocolate chip pancakes are the perfect breakfast snack.
We also like their cinnamon buns, which are made with real cinnamon and are so good.
Our friends at DYNAIDS WAFGLES also have great waffles as well as eggs.
They make delicious scrambled eggs and the wafer bread is just a little different.
Dixie Diners Waffle Shop is located in the basement of the Whitehouse and is open Monday through Saturday.
White House Dining Hall, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036 (202) 742-2237.
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