Thursday, February 14, 2013

Food News: IHOP, Now Spreading Happiness at The Fort

IHOP, the iconic brand known for its line of classic breakfast favorites, enters the emerging Asia-Pacific market with the opening of the very first IHOP restaurant at The Fort. And true to IHOP's "Spread Happiness" tagline, you can now experience and taste the brand's famous line of pancakes, omelettes and other dishes starting February 15.

For over 54 years, IHOP has been serving its signature made-from-scratch breakfast favorites including lunch and dinner items in over 1,600 IHOPs in all 50 states, with an ever growing presence in Canada, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. And the newest restaurant at The Fort will be the first of many more IHOPs in the Philippines. Very cool. 

A day before the formal opening, IHOP treated selected guests to a special breakfast featuring its full line of signature dishes. Nothing like a comforting IHOP breakfast to start the day...

Known for its original Buttermilk Pancakes, the average IHOP restaurant serves more than 325,000 pancakes per year. This comes out to an estimated 500 million pancakes annually for the entire global IHOP system. And all these pancakes use up an estimated 250 million scoops of butter, and an equally impressive 2 million gallons of syrup. Now that's a lot of love for pancakes. Here's a sneak peek at IHOP's menu...

IHOP's Stuffed French Toast with sweet cream filling topped with whipped cream and strawberries, a cool sweet treat. Each order comes with two eggs, hash browns and your choice of two bacon strips or pork sausage links.

Craving for beef? Go for the Sirloin Tips with caramelized onions, hash browns and two eggs.

The Breakfast Sampler, with bacon, ham, pork sausage, hash browns and two eggs.

Turkey Bacon with Hash Browns and Eggs, another cool breakfast option. Full flavor, less guilt. Nice.

And pancakes? Definitely. Stay tuned for a follow up post on IHOP's signature pancakes, crepes and omelettes...

IHOP also serves a variety of burgers like the Mega Monster Burger with two all beef patties... well as lunch and dinner items. Cool all-day breakfast plus more, all in one place. Awesome. IHOP officially opens tomorrow, February 15, at 6am. Stay tuned for a follow-up post on IHOP's other signature breakfast dishes...

IHOP is located at the W Global Center, 30th Street corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City or call 687-5611 to 16 for inquiries.

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  1. Wow, this is more of the savory items. Nice to see they have a lot of those, too! :)

    1. Hi Guia, stay tuned for my follow-up post on IHOP's classic breakfast items coming soon...great to hear from you Guia!

  2. looking forward to trying out IHOP! :) will try to drop by over the weekend :)

    1. Hi Berylle, try the Stuffed French Toast, really good! Great to hear from you Berylle!

  3. Wow.. that's the best IHOP food I have ever seen!!

    1. Hi Ramona, classic comfort food, glad its here! Thanks for stopping by!


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