IHOP Filipino Breakfast

IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Beef Tapa | www.thepeachkitchen.com
IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Beef Tapa | www.thepeachkitchen.com
Breakfast Beef Tapa (₱375) , a classic Filipino-style marinated beef tapa served with garlic rice and two eggs, any style and with atchara and seasoned vinegar on the side

I woke up a bit too early today and  while I’m sipping a cup of coffee, my thoughts was filled with IHOP’s new Filipino Breakfast line. Last week was my first time at IHOP. It was really nice that my first time there was welcomed with the launch of their Filipino Breakfast line. Although I prefer fruits and yogurts or soft boiled eggs most of the time, I am a big garlic rice and pinoy breakfast fan. Well, aren’t we all?? heehee..

IHOP started offering Filipino breakfast on their menu last March 17, 2014.

IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Savory Pork Longgganisa | www.thepeachkitchen.com
Savory Pork Longgganisa (₱375) two big chunks of juicy and meaty longganisa served with garlic rice and two eggs, any style and with atchara and seasoned vinegar on the side

According to Archie Rodriguez, President and CEO of Global Restaurants Concepts, Inc. (GRCI), the Philippine partner of IHOP Restaurants, “These Filipino favourites will be exclusively offered in the Philippines for a limited time. IHOP Restaurant’s pancakes, omellettes, stuffed French toasts, crepes, and other American items have become instant hits since we opened a year ago. With IHOP’s enthusiastic approval, we’re proudly introducing a menu that expands our appeal just as we’re expanding our location

And expanding is what they really are! This popular chain will open up two more branches this Summer. One in Century Mall and one in Filinvest, Alabang. They are also looking to open up six more locations across Metro Manla before the year is done.

IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Classic Chicken Tocino | www.thepeachkitchen.com
Classic Chicken Tocino (₱345), Caramelized chicken tocino served with garlic rice and two eggs, any style and with atchara and seasoned vinegar on the side
IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Lean Chicken Sausage | www.thepeachkitchen.com
Lean Chicken Sausage (₱295), Four pieces of Lean Chicken Sausage served with garlic rice and two eggs, any style and with atchara and seasoned vinegar on the side
IHOP Filipino Breakfast: Classic Pork Tocino | www.thepeachkitchen.com
Classic Pork Tocino (₱295) – Caramelized Pork Tocino served with garlic rice and two eggs, any style and with atchara and seasoned vinegar on the side

IHOP has five new Filipino offerings namely: Breakfast Beef Tapa, Savory Pork Longganisa, Classic Chicken Tocino, Classic Pork Tocino, and Lean Chicken Sausage. I like everything because all were equally tasty, tender, and juicy but the Savory Pork Longganisa is what I love best. It has the texture of an american sausage but the taste of true blue pinoy longganisa.

BTW, each Filipino breakfast can be ordered with a choice of the following:

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Berry Berry Brioche French Toast & Peaches and Cream brioche French Toast

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Stuffed French Toast with Strawberry topping

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Belgian Waffles & Buttermilk Pancakes

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

These Filipino breakfasts were downed with IHOP’s Splashberry (₱175), a blend of juicy red strawberries, lemon-lime soda and premium orange juice.

With Summer peeking in, IHOP also launched four new ice cream parfait flavors which they co-created with Nestle Ice Cream. Check out the flavors below:

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Mango Peaches and Cream (₱195)  is composed of generous Scoops of Mango and Vanilla Ice Cream served with peaches and IHOP’s special Granola

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Mixed Berry Parfait (₱245) – Chocolate Ice Cream smothered with cool strawberry and blueberry toppings, drizzled with creamy yogurt and finished with oatmeal streusel on top.

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Childhood Memories (₱195), which I think has the coolest name among all four ice cream parfaits, is a taste of childhood in a cup filled with vanilla ice cream layered with strawberry and blueberry syrups and topped with crispy golden hash brown and cheesecake bits.

IHOP Filipino Breakfast | www.thepeachkitchen.com

Chocolate Decadence (₱245)  is indeed very decadent with IHOP’s very own Butter Pecan syrup, dark chocolate and white chocolate chips, and maple candied bacon all perfectly topped on scoops of chocolate ice cream.

These ice cream treats will be available all throughout the summer.

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Thanks to the nice people behind IHOP Philippines for inviting me for brunch last week, that Savory Pork Longganisa is haunting me in my dreams.

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38 Responses

  1. You had me salivating with those pics! I love Filipino breakfast food. Our entire family also loves French Toast and desserts so I have no doubt we’ll enjoy these new offerings. We’ve only been to IHOP once, last year on my birthday. I guess, it’s time to go back!

  2. Wow! It’s nice that they personalized the menus for us FIlipinos. Although Ive been hearing bad reviews about them. Is the line still long if youre a regular customer?

  3. Since I watched I Am Sam, I was wanting to have a meal at iHop. Sadly, it hasn’t transpired yet. I seriously want to try that Stuffed French toast!

  4. Do you know how fantastic that all looks? I am sitting here eating my boring oatmeal looking at these pics and wanting it all!

  5. The beef tapa looks so good! I didn’t really enjoy my experience when I first went to IHOP last year, but since they’re opening a branch in Alabang soon, I think I’m gonna go give it another try.

  6. i have been meaning to give ihop a try ever since i chanced upon it in one of those early morning talk shows. those filipino breakfast meals is but another delicious reason to give them a visit. i hope i can dine there one of these days with my boys!

  7. Whenever I hear IHOP I remember the polvoron naman. Their breakfast selection looks delicious. However, I find them a bit on the pricey side.

  8. Everything looks delish!! I stumbled upon your blog because I’m curious where IHOP is located in MOA. Planning to go there next month 🙂

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