On the other hand, Nick ordered the Son of a Biscuit (P470)
, which featured a generous serving of really heavy biscuits, hominy grits, chipotle, fried chicken fillet and pork sausage to pair it with. The dish was topped with white sausage gravy. I found his order just alright. For starters, it seems too heavy to be consumed by one person. The biscuits were really filling. Aside from this, the chicken had some odd aftertaste to it; while the sausage was just mediocre. I wasn't fan of the grits, but I guess that I'm just not that accustomed to it. This could have been better as a dish to be shared by 3-4 diners; while having separate main orders.
Overall, I don't mind dropping by for another visit to Hatch 22. Its upbeat busy vibe, and quirky dishes would definitely keep you curious and excited.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)