They’ve been around since 2009 and through all that time, I’ve only been once. It was time to revisit the aviation-themed Hangar One Steakhouse. The last time was over a decade ago and a lot has changed since then including ownership. They’ve long been on my list of places to revisit, so let’s see how the food is.
5925 W Kellogg Dr., Wichita, KS 67209
Open Daily: 4pm – 9pm
One of the big draws about Hangar One is the aviation-theme. There’s a lot of memorabilia, signage and planes all over the place.
And to keep this review short and blunt, I could probably tell you what we don’t think the restaurant is known for: the food.
For our dinner, we ordered the kabobs and ribeye cooked rare. I was so hungry and in a rush to eat some food, I completely forgot to take a picture of the ribeye.
The food was very uninspiring. My ribeye while cooked closer to medium rare was subpar and bland. It was missing a lot. Often times, you hear of people unwilling to eat out for steaks because they think they can do better at home. This was certainly one of those times, and I’m not even a great cook. The kabobs were essentially the same except there was an overly salty glaze over the top.
I guess I just don’t know what else to say about the food. We left dropping nearly $70 on our date night and it was one of those cases where we both agreed, we did not get the quality of food for what we spent. That money could have been used at nearly 99% of other steakhouses for a better meal.
We spent a lot of money throughout the year eating out to blog, and this was an instance that made me regret blogging.
Here’s their menu:
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