It’s something that we talk about often, how amazing all the different food options are around the great state of Texas. We have any kind of food you want, and for the most part it’s delicious, and prices aren’t normally too bad either. But there are certain restaurants that have almost a cult like following and one of the more popular ones is Waffle House.  

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Waffle House first opened in 1955 in Georgia but has since spread across the country with over 1,900 locations in 25 states. The food is mostly known for being southern breakfast food but there are lots of options available on their menu. But there are a few things that you need to know about their menu, like how to order correctly. The last thing you want to do is go into a busy Waffle House location and not know how to order the food that you want. 

How Do You Order at Waffle House? 

Like so many other diners across the country, upon arrival you’ll get a place to sit down and handed a menu, but knowing how to order might be tricky just because at Waffle House there are some slang terms used when ordering specific items. 

What Slang is Used When Ordering at Waffle House? 

While it might seem unusual to have certain slang terms for things on the menu, it’s been this way for years and it helps the quick moving employees when customers are using the same verbiage that the servers and cooks are using. So, let’s look at the slang terms you should know when ordering at Waffle House in Texas or at any of their locations.  

Correct Slang When Ordering at Waffle House

When ordering food at Waffle House there are some slang terms you need to understand, let's go over those words now.

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