Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Food News: A Griddle Melt Breakfast for Dinner at IHOP

Here's another reason to drop by IHOP for breakfast. Or Dinner. IHOP's new Griddle Melt Sandwiches, hand crafted and made to order sandwiches using artisan sourdough bread with a choice of three fluffy omelets. 

And the new sandwiches are also a great value too, with a full sandwich available at P 385 and a half serving for just P 325. "Continuing our commitment to bring our guests the best comfort food that IHOP - or anyone - has to offer, these Griddle Melts are a treat that they can enjoy any time of day," said Archie Rodriguez, President and CEO for Global Restaurant Concepts, IHOP's exclusive franchisee in the region and the company that introduced the brand to the Philippines. "While other restaurants may serve you sandwiches that are pre-made in advance, every single Griddle Melt is made to order. Bursting with flavor and made with the finest ingredients, the Griddle Melts, like all our classic IHOP offerings, will definitely put a smile on your face." Fresh off the gridde and straight to your plate, with the crisp outer layer of the sourdough contrasting with its soft and almost creamy center, providing the perfect base for IHOP's cheese omelets.

That evening, we sampled all three varieties of IHOP's new Griddle Melt sandwiches. Paired with a pot of IHOP's "Never Empty" Coffee or a refreshing Splashberry, the new Griddle Melts are a meal in itself, and just perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner or anything in between. The new Griddle Melt varieties include the following...

Spinach, Roasted Pepper & Cheese Melt, sauteed fresh spinach in a fluffy egg omelet topped with roasted red peppers and onions, melted Provolone, Parmesan and Pepper Jack cheeses on grilled artisan sourdough bread, served with your choice of hash browns or seasoned fries.

Western Melt, with smoked ham and sauteed peppers and onions in a classic omelet, topped with sliced ham, melted American cheese and served on grilled artisan sourdough bread, with a choice of hash browns or seasoned fries.

The Ham and Egg Melt, sliced ham and melted Swiss and American cheeses over a fluffy egg omelet served on grilled artisan sourdough bread, served with a side of hash browns or seasoned fries. Each Griddle Melt uses different cheeses and ham varieties making each sandwich different and distinct, and choosing just one can be difficult. The classic Ham & Egg is a safe choice, but if you're looking for added flavors from peppers and onions, go for the Western Melt or the Spinach, Roasted Pepper and Cheese Melt.

Then, there's IHOP's classic pancakes. IHOP's new Super Rooty Tooty Fresh 'N Fruity pancakes with a choice of fruit toppings, including Apple Cinnamon, Blueberry and Stawberry.

The Super Rooty Fresh 'N Fruity pancakes come with a side of two eggs, hash browns, bacon and sausages. Can't beat that.

Pair it with IHOP's Hot Chocolate, and you have a real IHOP breakfast. Or dinner...Pancakes or Griddle Melts, both winners from IHOP. To support the new Griddle Melt launch, the Bonifacio Global City IHOP restaurant will implement a cool online campaign via their social media spaces on Instagram and Twitter, both bearing the @ihop_ph handle. For Instagram, there will be a photo contest with weekly themes while eating a Griddle Melt at IHOP under the hash tag #GetYourGriddleOn. On Twitter, questions will be given in search of the wittiest answers related to Griddle Melts. All tweets should have the hash tag of @GetGriddled. All winning entries will win IHOP Gift Certificates. Sounds like fun. You can visit IHOP Philippines' Facebook Page for complete details at

Now, there's more reasons to drop by IHOP for breakfast,or even dinner. Special thanks to Head Chef Paolo Gutierrez and his crew for an awesome dinner time breakfast at IHOP.

IHOP is located at W Global Center, 30th Street corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig or call 805-9589 for inquiries. IHOP is open from 6am to 12am, Sunday to Thursday, and 24 hours on Friday and Saturday.

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