Family Dinner at IHOP

We had an overnight staycation at F1 Hotel Manila last Friday. We decided to have dinner outside F1, however, because hubby and son wanted to try IHOP. We had Big Steak Omelette, New York Cheesecake Pancakes, Grilled Balsamic-Glazed Chicken, Specialty Parmesan Chicken Strips and Funny Face.

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Big Steak Omelette, Php325.00

One of my favorites at IHOP is their Big Steak Omelette which has tender strips of steak, hash browns, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and cheese with salsa. However, this wasn’t my order; it was hubby who chose it, and when I asked him how it was, he said it was a bit bland. I told him that’s why there were salt and pepper on our table. Lol!

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New York Cheesecake Pancakes, Php285.00

We really enjoyed these buttermilk pancakes with cheesecake pieces and strawberries. You can have a separate order of New York Cheesecake Pancakes for Php285.00, but when you order these with the Big Steak Omelette, then you only have to add Php50.00.

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Grilled Balsamic-Glazed Chicken, Php335.00

Because I wanted something healthy for dinner, I ordered this Grilled Balsamic-Glazed Chicken. The grilled boneless chicken breast was tender, and what gave it flavor was the combination of sautéed mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and balsamic glaze. It was served with steamed broccoli and a house salad with reduced fat Italian dressing. It was okay.

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Specialty Parmesan Chicken Strips, Php295.00

These Specialty Parmesan Chicken Strips were for our young man. These were fried chicken strips with marinara sauce and parmesan cheese, served with seasoned fries. Justin enjoyed the chicken strips but ignored the fries because he said his tummy was already full.

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Funny Face, Php165.00

I thought my son would like this Funny Face chocolate-chip pancake because it’s really cute, but he only liked how it looked, not how it tasted. I tried it, and I liked it. Perhaps the reason why he didn’t like it much is because it wasn’t sweet. We should have ordered the buttermilk version of this pancake for him instead.

I noticed we ordered a lot, no wonder my belly felt heavy when we left IHOP. Lol!

IHOP Restaurant
W Global Center
30th St. corner 9th Ave.
Bonifacio Global City
Taguig City

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10 Responses to Family Dinner at IHOP

  1. Badet says:

    After our F1 staycation, we also went to IHOP, kaya lang ang haba ng pila. We ended up at Slice because we’re so hungry na. 🙂

  2. kikamz says:

    whhaaa!! mukhang makakalimutan ang diet natin nito pag pumunta kami jan.. but it’s good to know there are also healthy choices on the menu. another restaurant to try when the chance to visit manila comes. 😀

  3. nora a says:

    I want to try New York Cheesecake Pancake, looks heavenly. adding 50 to get the Omelette is not bad. I would order that too. 🙂

  4. Mommy Pehpot says:

    oh my! the pancake looks really yummy! I want to try it too!

  5. maiylah says:

    love that funny face! 😉

    thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis

  6. I love the NY Cheesecake Pancakes. I haven’t been to IHOP in a while, is there still a long line?

  7. Same question… mahaba pa ba ang pila? Because my friends and I are planning to have dinner here some time this month. 🙂

  8. Karen says:

    IHop is always jampacked with customers but the wait is worthy because the food are good.

  9. Nova says:

    I’ve heard and seen so many diners who enjoys ihop and hope we have one closer in the area I would like to try the foods they serve.

  10. Lol on the funny face, it reminds me of squidward. Looks like a great family meal!

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