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03 January, 2006

IHOP Brings Back "All You Can Eat" Pancakes

All You Can Eat PancakesInternational House of Pancakes (IHOP) announced today that its "All You Can Eat" pancakes is back for a limited time, until February 19, 2006.

For $4.99, breakfast lovers can order up the endless griddle cakes and eat to their stomach's capacity. The special extends to their combo platters as well.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

We just had dinner at your restaurant in Pasco, WA. We will not return there again. The coffee was lukewarm, even after the waitress brought us a carafe "from the newest pot made". I had your "new" Philly sandwich and the meat in it was terrible. It was extremely salty and dry. It was served with a steak knife, which tells me you know it is tough!?! Since you do not purchase any of your supplies locally, and we are a grower in the area, we will not be back.

Anonymous said...

I went to the ihop in belmont, california and it was fantastic. i went on a saturday morning (which was very busy) but the coffee was fresh and the food was hot.maybe you should give every returant a second chance.

Anonymous said...

IHOP has been and always will be a family favorite. The All you can eat spcial just makes it easier and more fun for us pancake lovers!

Homer J. said...

Grrr.....


I was all about this.... the trail of drool would take you right back to my car in the parking lot. I was psyched!

My waiter sucked. My "All you can eat pancakes" turned into one short stack, (which i finished in under a minute) 20 minutes of sitting around waiting for him to come around while he hit on one of the waitresses, then comes back to the table "Oh you need the check!" without me saying a single word, and runs off.


GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!! All I wanted was all you can eat pancakes!!! It bothers me to this day. I would love to say that I will never go to IHOP again, but I know as soon as they offer those pancakes again, I'll be there.

Anonymous said...

I love IHOP - I wish my pancakes tasted as great as theirs!

extra syrup please said...

no trash talking ihop! what do you expect, its a greasy diner? if you want 5 star service go pay $50 a plate somewhere fancy. if you want the best pancakes ever for $5 go to ihop and quit whining

Anonymous said...

Ordering "philly sandwich" at IHOP? You are an idiot, salty is normal for a philly you twat.

Service? Name 5 places where you GET good service?

IHOP does the best as they can; what do you expect for $5? Whiney yankees.

Anonymous said...

IHOP is being asked to begin a phase-out period of battery cage eggs with an introduction of cage-free eggs. Many of their competitors have been able to do it (Burger King, Denny's, Brueggers, Quizno's, Wolfgang Puck's restaurants, Ben and Jerry's, Hardees, four-hundred universities (the list goes on)). So the question becomes, "why can't IHOP?"

Consumers are not requesting that much from them, honestly. These are just basic humane standards of care. Cage-free systems offer hens a higher level of animal welfare than do battery cage systems. Making these transitions over time are very reasonable steps in the humane direction.

Unlike battery hens, cage-free hens are able to walk, spread their wings and lay their eggs in nests. It is also extremely practical to still produce the same amount of eggs as would be produced in battery cage systems. Most importantly to the American population, the sanitary conditions are greatly improved in a cage-free system. Alarms should be raised over the severe food safety concerns involved with IHOP’s egg production. In the video of IHOP’s primary supplier, Michael Foods,one can see dying and decomposed chickens laying on the eggs.

Evidence shows there is more Salmonella risk in caged flocks compared to cage-free flocks. In fact, factory farming is considered the reason Salmonella emerged as such a major egg pathogen in the first place.

According to the CDC, eggs now infect 50,000-110,000 Americans every year. Data shows that operations which cram thousands of hens into tiny cages are not surprisingly up to 20 times more likely than cage-free facilities to harbor Salmonella infection.

Please call IHOP at 1-866-444-5144. Thank you for your time.
-Emily J. Spivak

Anonymous said...

shut the smurf up emily

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