Saturday, May 7, 2016


Currently in Wichita KS (Low 52 Partly Sunny Currently 54)
Heading to Peculiar MO (Currently 64 Increasing Clouds High 86) 

It's good to get back to civilization. After our trips from Goodyear that involved a few small towns and a couple of one night stops it was nice to be in a big city again. We hadn't eaten out in awhile so we decided to have breakfast out yesterday before shopping at Wal-Mart. We searched Yelp, FourSquare and other sites and ended up at the Doo-Dah Diner.

We are so glad that we did. What we noticed in our reviews was the Triple D special which we thought meant 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" but it didn't. It was Triple D because of their name and consisted of half orders of the three most popular dishes; Banana Bread French Toast, Corned Beef Hash, and Tanya's Benedict with bacon and avocado instead of Canadian bacon. We got seated and almost immediately they bring out a free sampling of their monkey bread.

It was excellent, sorry we dug in before taking the picture, and our foodie adventure continued to get better. Because we were only going to eat there once we decided to try as much as we can. So we ordered the Triple D.

The observant ones noticed 4 plates as we added a biscuit and gravy to that since that is one of their specialties and at a lower price when added to the Triple D. We also got an omelet with havarti cheese, ham, spinach, onions and mushrooms and then topped with their green chile sauce. The waitress got a kick out of it when Bob said it's not a party without havarti. She said she was going to use that from now on. Here is the omelet with green chile. We just came from New Mexico and although not as good we can say that it is probably the best green chile in the Midwest.

Everything was incredible, the corned beef hash was the best we have ever had, and after sampling six different menu items we can safely say that it's a good bet that you will be able to find something good for breakfast here. They may not have been on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" but they should be. We had plenty of leftovers so we will continue to enjoy the great food. We are already planning our next stop in Wichita where we will eat here often, some of their lunch offerings look good.

We are heading to Peculiar Missouri today where we will be for the next month.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo


  1. Wow...y'all sure can eat.
    I don't know what Havarit is.

    1. Havarti is a Danish creamy cow's milk cheese, try it you will like it.

  2. Oh, boy...everything looks delicious! Yum, yum!

  3. We foodies are cut from the same cloth as you guys. Probably should have named our blog something to reflect that, as you did. Always enjoy your adventures.

  4. Jim and Sandie left this comment but blogger hiccupped and I lost it, "You guys sure do good finding great restaurants. Keep it up."