IHOP Restaurant Richmond Review

Who loves breakfast? I absolutely love my breakfast! Especially when it’s at a good, consistent restaurant. That’s the secret to making serious money in the food industry. Cook consistent, delicious food and people will keep coming back because they know what they’re getting.

One breakfast joint that seems to have figured out this complex model is IHOP, also known as the International House of Pancakes. The great thing about IHOP is that they always have specials that include pancakes, crepes, or French toast drizzled in berry sauce and whip cream. Might not be the healthiest choice, but really satisfying when you’re craving breakfast on a Sunday

Pictured below is our breakfast at the Richmond IHOP location, on St. Edwards Drive off Highway 99. The best part about IHOP are the coffee carafes that stay on your table. Service is usually efficient and it’s pretty much no frills. People come here to eat and go. It’s a great spot that also serves some really good lunch as well.

Here are some basic pictures of IHOP (I love their hashbrowns!):

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  • JoshHSUS

    One thing people may want to keep in mind before going to IHOP is the restaurant has been exposed for animal cruelty and food safety issues in its supply chain: http://www.humanesociety.org/ihop.

    Unlike many other restaurant chains, IHOP only uses eggs from hens confined in cages so small the birds can’t even spread their wings. Each hen laying eggs for the restaurant is given less space than a single sheet of paper to live.

    IHOP can and should do the right thing by joining Denny’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, Quizno’s, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, and many more in switching to use cage-free eggs.

  • http://twitter.com/JodieBlaneyArt Jodie Blaney

    Hi there, well I have to admit I do go to Richmond IHOP from time to time and was pleased to see a few more healthy options on the menu lately such as the turky bacon and egg white omelette with Swiss cheese. It was truly delicious and fairly healthy too. Great place to hang out for a super casual meal and endless coffee.

  • http://twitter.com/JodieBlaneyArt Jodie Blaney

    Hi there, well I have to admit I do go to Richmond IHOP from time to time and was pleased to see a few more healthy options on the menu lately such as the turky bacon and egg white omelette with Swiss cheese. It was truly delicious and fairly healthy too. Great place to hang out for a super casual meal and endless coffee.

  • http://www.eatinginvancouver.ca/ Taya

    We really like their location on No. 3 Road – just wish it was closer to us!

  • http://www.eatinginvancouver.ca/ Taya

    Hmmm I will definitely think twice before dining at another IHOP. Thanks for this info Josh.

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