Sunday, February 24, 2013

IHOP Griddle Melts Review

IHOP is where breakfast is king.  I grew up going to this fabulous restaurant frequently.  The delicious and fluffy pancakes are hearty and comforting.  As soon as you step into any IHOP, it's like receiving a warm pancake hug. If you've never been to IHOP before, you need to get into your car and drive to one right now!



IHOP, formerly known as The International House of Pancakes specializes in breakfast foods. The menu focuses on pancakes, french toast and omelets, but there is also a menu of lunch and dinner items too.  I used to love to get chocolate chip pancakes when I was younger. Now they have amazing flavors like red velvet, banana caramel and cinnamon stuffed pancakes! The french toast also comes in different mouth-watering flavors.  The menu always has new items on it to delight your taste buds.  Anything from IHOP is the perfect comfort food.



Recently, IHOP has introduced three new breakfast Griddle Melts sandwiches to the menu.  The delectable sandwiches are: spinach roasted peppers and cheese, Western, and a ham and egg melt. The sandwiches are served on grilled artisan bread and served with hash browns, French fries, or seasonal fruit.



I was asked to review one of the new Griddle Melts sandwiches.  I visited IHOP tonight actually! I chose the spinach, roasted peppers & cheese sandwich.  This sandwich consists of sauteed spinach in a fluffy egg omelet topped with roasted red peppers, onions, melted provolone, Parmesan and pepper jack cheeses on grilled artisan sourdough bread.  I opted for no red peppers, onions or pepper jack cheese.  I had fries as my side. I should have chose fruit though! ;)

 



I chose this sandwich because I'm not a big fan of ham, and the egg and cheese seemed right up my alley. The egg was fluffy and full of nice flavor.  The cheese was piled on generously and the warm spinach complimented the sandwich well. The bread was crispy and grilled to perfection.  I enjoyed the sandwich, but the only things I wish were different were that the bread had less butter on top, there wasn't so much egg, and there was a little less cheese. The fries on the side were crispy and had great fluffy potato flavor. I was only able to eat half of the sandwich because it was dense and filling.  The sandwich was made to order and everything tasted fresh, not frozen. My fiance happily finished the other half! :)

Look at all of the fluffy egg and spinach!
 
 
If you're looking for a fun twist on a traditional omelet, you should try a Griddle Melts sandwich. 
 
*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to IHOP for providing me with gift cards in exchange for this review.  All thoughts and opinions are strictly mine and not based on anything else.
 
 


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  2. Those looks great! I will have to check them out when I go to IHOP next time. Thanks for a great review!

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