Discovering a spot like Sand Hill Kitchen is like knowing an inside secret – a spot only true locals know about.
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The Kitchen is located in the Road Runner Market BP at the corner of Sardis and Sand Hill roads, where Asheville meets Candler for a breakfast including big chicken biscuits. “The secret is the honey cajun spice,” says Sand Hill Kitchen’s Jamie Wade. Another signature morning item is the Bowl of Goodness. “We start with a base of a fried grit cake or home fried potatoes, eggs any style, pico de gallo, spicy sour cream, cheese and homemade sausage.”
If you’re sleeping in or holding out for lunch, there’s fried chicken available then too, along with a Pork Belly BLT, burgers, and a very unique beet sandwich. “We have beets roasted with pastrami spices and sliced paper thin, creamy lemon and whole grain mustard sauce, pickled onions, shredded swiss cheese, and baby greens,” Jamie told us. “It’s an idea from my good friend up north.”
Make suer to save room for sweets. Sand Hill Kitchen has a signature homemade banana pudding, and you’re very likely to find some fresh cookies, brownies, or other baked goods coming out of the oven.
“It’s a great neighborhood place, fun and upbeat,” Jamie says. “We have gotten so much positive support.”
The demand for its the delicious creations has prompted Sand Hill Kitchen to expand its hours. In addition to being open 7 am to 3 pm Monday through Friday, the restaurant is adding Sunday brunch from 10 am to 2 pm. “We’ll add to our breakfast offerings, with items such as stuffed french toast, chicken and gravy and biscuits, and breakfast quesadillas.”
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