Taste Test: IHOPFriday, May 17, 2013
I finally tried IHOP in Taguig. Honestly, I was having second thoughts if I should really try IHOP because I've read a lot of bad reviews online. I was scared to experience the same thing they experienced. But before planning to go to IHOP, I watched Aryanna Epperson's IHOP vlog and she ate Cinn-A-Stack pancakes, which was probably the reason why I want to try IHOP so badly.
When we arrived at IHOP, there were no lines -- which is a good and bad thing.
Good = no waiting for hours just for pancakes
Bad = maybe the people didn't want to try IHOP because of the bad reviews online
But when we entered, the waitress who welcomed us was very accommodating and asked us to go upstairs. The restaurant was so chill and peaceful. We immediately ordered the food we wanted to try. The waiter didn't need paper and pen. He remembers everything! The best part is when he walked away, we forgot to tell him that we also want to try the New York Cheesecake pancake... so another waitress went to our table and guess what, she dictates all of our orders + the NY Cheesecake pancake. We were so amazed.
We only waited for like 15 minutes or 20 minutes for our food.
CINN-A-STACK PANCAKES (P235.00)
NEW YORK CHEESECAKE PANCAKES (P285.00)
SPECIALTY PARMESAN CHICKEN STRIPS (P295.00)
Loved the fries but not really a fan of the chicken strips. Maybe because it was drenched with the sauce.
BACON & CHEDDAR HASHBROWN STACK (P295.00)
SPECIALTY FIESTA CHICKEN WRAP (P275.00)
Just had a bite of this because I'm not really a fan of corn combined with anything. I just like eating corn as corn itself. I'm that weird. Haha!
W Global Center,
30th St. corner 9th Avenue
Bonifacio Global City, The Fort Taguig City
Contact number: 808 9589