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IHOP - What to order and what to skip?

rworange | Aug 11, 201112:38 PM     37

Please no "skip IHOP" replies.

I feel like revisiting some chains.

I was a kid when IHOP opened in New Haven, CT. It was quite the novelty at the time and a special treat for a Sunday breakfast ... the extensive menu with exotic pancakes and a half dozen different flavored syrups.

The last time I ate at IHOP more than 10 years ago it was one of the most miserable meals of my life. It had not only gone downhill it had gone down to hell ... the coffee little more than brown water, the watery, yet greasy hash browns, etc.

Anyway, I'm curious to see how it is these days. So what are favorites and what are best ignored?
They seem to be on a health kick these days with 'Simple & Fit" choices. How are those
http://ihop.com/index.php?option=com_...

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