‘Hop’ On Over For Fun Holiday FavoritesA La Carte
October 29, 2017
Story By: Stephanie Kim | Photos by: Stephanie Kim
Walking into International House of Pancakes, aka IHOP, on Kuhio Avenue, you are greeted by the wonderful smells of pumpkin spice, cinnamon and maple syrup. The fall season is in full swing at this location, where specialty pancake options abound.
Kids (12 and under) can enjoy a spooky time with “Create Your Own Scary Face Pancake,” which will be free on Halloween from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Keiki are “treated” to a big buttermilk pancake with whipped topping and a strawberry nose, and can “trick” out the pancake by making their own scary face with mini Oreo cookies and candy corn (one per child and dine-in only at select locations).
Along with holiday items, IHOP still churns out old favorites, like the Breakfast Sampler or Big Steak Omelet, plus new items, like Spicy Poblano Omelet ($16.99). Each is served with a choice of three buttermilk pancakes, hash browns, buttered toast, seasonal mixed fruit, or three flavored pancakes (add $1.48).
SELLING LIKE HOT CAKES
Popular breakfast items found at International House of Pancakes, aka IHOP, include signature items like the crowd-favorite Stuffed French Toast ($13.29), which was taken off the menu for a while, but is back now, and the new Spicy Poblano Omelet ($16.99). The omelet includes fire-roasted poblano peppers and onions, shredded beef, jack and cheddar cheeses, poblano cream, avocado, and spicy serrano peppers.