Scappoose, you guys are hiding an amazing place to grab some grub. Located at Maloney’s Corner on West Lane Road is a little food cart tucked away just off the road. This is where you will find Hangry.
Biscuit and I pulled into the lot, parked and I ordered lunch for my wife and I. The menu is simple, yet diverse. I ordered the crispy chicken salad for myself (no dressing), and the Turkey, Swiss, bacon sandwich with grilled onions. Took about 8 minutes to get my food. Let’s wait a second before I describe the food. The location is perfect to grab a quick bite to eat as it is just off HWY 30, a smidge outside Scappoose, and a touch from the Airport. the parking lot is quite vast and has ample room for trucks (class 1-8), a drive-through (for those who called ahead, and those who want to order but don’t want to leave their rig). Just off to the side, tucked under some huge trees are a couple of picnic tables that are open to guests. I even had room and time to take Biscuit for a quick walk while I waited for my food.
Oh yeah, the food. Driving back home with lunch the aroma of the turkey sandwich was filling the cab of my truck (Besty) and making it difficult to not sneak a peek at that sandwich. When I got home, gave Tracie her sandwich, and I put some crumbled Gorgonzola on my salad and started to consume lunch.
Tell you what, the lettuce was crisp, the bacon was slightly warm, and the shredded cheese was a nice touch. The crispy chicken (chopped chicken strips) added a nice crunch to the salad. All the flavors blended well with the Gorgonzola, and for a salad, lunch was quite fulfilling. Looking back, I think I would have added some Kalamata olives to the salad for the extra “oh yeah”.
However, that sandwich aroma was still lingering in my mind. So, I reached out to Hangry via messenger and asked them about their bread. My food allergies again keep me from consuming all commercial bread except Naked bread by Franz. Well, I was able to work something out (seriously, contact them if you have food allergies. They are very accomodating). The next day, Biscuit, Betsy, and I headed back to Hangry to get one of those Turkey sandwiches. Tracie wanted another Turkey sandwich but with Tomatoes on it this time. I had the sandwiches, headed home, and anxiously unwrapped the sandwich.
Oh, the tangy aroma of the grilled onions, the pleasing aroma of warm turkey, the delicate aroma of melted swiss, and salty aroma of bacon. Oh yeah, this was going to be a delightful lunch. The first bite shut the front door. The flavors of the turkey, bacon, melted swiss, grilled onions, and grilled bread all worked well together. The bite was juicy, warm, tender, and so full of flavor. Bite after the bite the sandwich did not disappoint. The ingredients were plenty and located throughout the whole sandwich. This place is spot on when it comes to satisfying food, accommodation, and customization. Seriously, this place gets it. I am already planning another lunch (as they have more on the menu) later in the week. Tell you what, you want breakfast? Go here. They also have breakfast items that I’m sure will be quite satisfying. Really glad I found this place.
**Disclaimer** I do not, have not, will not receive compensation for my reviews, good, bad, indifferent as they may be. This is a hobby of mine that like I to share with others. #thekilted1