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Hoppin’ Into Pancake Heaven

Digest Eat This

August 5, 2012

Story By: Ali Resich | Photos by: Nathalie Walker

According to International House of Pancakes (IHOP) Hawaii director of operations Jason Aldaba, they’re “light and fluffy and definitely melt-in-your-mouth with syrup and butter.” That’s just the flavor description Dining Out looks for when in search of the perfect pancakes, and it’s no surprise that IHOP delivers with its famous traditional and top-ping-filled varieties. “We sell thousands of pancakes each day at our stores,” he says.

Original Buttermilk Pancakes ($8.99) continues to be a customer favorite and presents a sumptuous stack of five golden hot cakes for anyone in need of a nice ‘n fluffy American breakfast.

“I love the pancakes,” says sales and marketing coordinator Miwa Ogletree. “It’s a flavor you never get tired of.”

In addition to the sweeter things in life — namely pancakes, waffles and crepes — the national chain also dishes out a slew of heartier, savory bites. The signature T-Bone Steak and Eggs ($15.99) features 12 ounces of USDA select T-Bone dressed up with three eggs any-style as well as three pancakes on the side. For an extra 99 cents, you can upgrade your pancakes to one of the flavor-filled options such as strawberry banana.

Add some whipped cream and syrup and you’re good to go.

IHOP takes care of its customers in the lunch and dinner department as well with sandwiches, burgers and more. Its entire menu may be enjoyed any time of day or night. It’s about time you hop on over to one of its four Oahu locations in Waikiki, Kaneohe and Pearl City for a comforting American meal.

IHOP

2211 Kuhio Ave., Waikiki (and various locations)
921.2400
Sunday-Thursday, 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 6 a.m.-midnight
ihophawaii.com
Note: Location hours may vary, parking on Lewers Street for Kuhio Avenue location.

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