IHOP is going casual and convenient for on-the-go customers. The popular dine-in chain's new fast-casual concept Flip'd is finally here, with the first physical location opening next week in Lawrence, Kan.
The new brand, which has been in the works since 2019, will be serving fresh, made-to-order, on-the-go breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, and will have a heavier emphasis on takeout meals than IHOP. To that end, the new chain will be serving some of IHOP's staple menu items, like pancakes and eggs, in portable packaging. But Flip'd will also offer some brand new options, like grab-and-go salads and wraps.
Here's a look at the full menu.
Signature Pancake Bowls (with customization option) – served in a bowl to enjoy on the go and finished with toppings like fresh berries and sauces or savory ingredients including scrambled eggs, Hickory Smoked bacon pieces and Jack and cheddar cheeses.
Build Your Own Pancake Bar – a choice of made-in-house pancakes or oatmeal as a base and a variety of mix-ins and toppings from the Top It Off bar, such as fresh blueberries, strawberries, and pineapple; fruit compotes; chocolate chips; caramel sauce and more
Egg Combos – made with choice of breakfast meats
Egg Sandwiches – made with two scrambled eggs and premium toppings on a toasted Brioche bun
Made-to-order Burritos and Bowls
The Bacon Temptation with two eggs, hickory-smoked bacon, roasted tomatoes and queso over crispy breakfast potatoes
The Garden with baby arugula, sautéed mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, and avocado cream sauce over crispy breakfast potatoes.
Black Angus Steakburger
Buttermilk Crispy Chicken
Grilled Chicken Breast
Grab-and-go salads, wraps, freshly baked goods, and more
Drinks – Freshly squeezed orange juice, signature Coffee Brews, including Nitro and specialty espresso beverages
Customers will be able to order from digital kiosks or directly at the counter, as well as online for pickup and delivery.
The chain already has several more locations in the works, which are set to open in 2022.
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