“All depends on leisurely breakfast” – John Gunther
If you fully know me well, I am a breakfast person. I can skip lunch or dinner but never a single breakfast. Especially, if I am tied up with projects and meetings, I cannot work without breakfast.
When breakfast all day was quite a hit in the metro, I am one of them who are really, really excited.
Maybe this is the reason I love IHOP that offers breakfast which is soo incomparable in selection. My favorite branch is Mall of Asia where I can watch the beauty of the sunset that reflects peace on its radiance.
Name it – from different varieties of pancakes, omelets, Nutella crepes, bacon, hash browns, french Toast, eggs Benedict and lot more, that is IHOP has to offer. Best part, pancake syrups are unlimited and one can choose different flavors.
I am telling you, I can eat it everday any time, any day.
If you are also following me in Instagram, I have shared their different pastas (Carbonara Pasta, Italian Chicken Pasta, Pot Roast Pasta) and the coveted Sriracha Chicken & Waffle which they also launched this 2014 – new food choices with more hearty options to serve the diners seeking a great place to dine in during the afternoon for meetings or for dinners after work.
For this Yuletide Season, IHOP is putting another twist on popular Filipino holiday classics with its special limited edition offers.
Bibingka Pancake which is definitely a food tradition during Christmas is served with whole duck eggs, muscovado sugar drizzled with shredded parmesan, cheddar cheese, and desiccated coconut topped with a scoop of butter served on banana leaf. Its an ultimate twist to make this Fililipino delicacy extra-ordinary.
The Dulce de Leche is two buttermilk pancakes filled with fresh bananas, spread with dulce de leche, topped with a drizzle of dark chocolate syrup, and crowned with whipped cream.
While the Malagos Hot Chocolate is made with all-natural, single origin beans grown and harvested by Davao’s amazing farmers and cheerfully prepared at IHOP’s kitchen.
These tasty treats combine IHOP’s classic recipes with Filipino flavors, giving holiday diners the best of both worlds.
Introducing these items is also remembering my Grandma after our Simbang Gabi (Evening Mass) where we shared this kind of breakfast.
Thanking IHOP for bringing back those childhood memories.
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