Denny’s just opened at Uptown Parade in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The American diner’s first Philippine outlet is also its first in the entire Southeast Asian region. Can we hear an enthusiastic mabu-hey?
It’s as good as the original: About 90% of the items in its American menu is brought into Denny’s Philippines, with the all-time favorite Slams menu taking in the most gasps of joy.
Already, the Original Grand Slam is poised to become an early favorite in this 24/7 restaurant: two big buttermilk pancakes, two strips of bacon, two sausages, and two eggs should definitely fuel and freshen up anybody who is coming off the graveyard shift.
Or its fluffy pancakes, which are terrifically indulgent. Denny’s serves a variety of flavors including cream cheese and cinnamon, choco overload peanut butter, banana pecan, and blueberry pancake.
For Pinoys who are ready to die, defending the good ol’ Filipino breakfast (mmm, tapa), Denny’s has prepared for you. On the menu are classic Filipino breakfast items like chicken pork adobo, bistek Tagalog, crispy bangus belly, Lucban longganisa, beef tapa, and pork tocino, all served with garlic rice, to appease your heart and curb your cravings.
The best part? Denny’s is open 24 hours every day — you can have your choice of breakfast for lunch and dinner and after-hours and after-after-hours!