IHOP has recently started serving gluten free pancakes, waffles, and burgers with gluten free buns.
They finally did it! IHOP has an entire gluten free menu. Pancakes, waffles, hamburger buns! We use to only be able to order omelettes (asking for cracked eggs and not their normal omelette batter because they put pancake batter in it to make them fluffy). We just had the waffles but I’m excited to go back and have pancakes!!!!
I am so excited! IHOP now has Gluten ‘friendly’ waffles, pancakes and buns! I got the Belgian Waffle Breakfast with GF waffle, eggs and bacon. The waffle was awesome! Will definitely be going back. If you are highly sensitive I’m not sure if this will be a good option. I don’t get sick, I only get itchy a week after I’ve eaten something. A chance I’m willing to take for a fluffy delicious waffle.
Well, it’s Saturday afternoon. Pancakes (web site states GF pancakes)sounded good to both of us. After reading some of the reviews we decided to move forward regardless. As we walked in the Hostess loudly announced that “There were twenty tables that needed waiting on and the kitchen had numerous tickets to yet prepare. Be aware that your tickets will be waiting behind all to the others. I can seat you but....” The parking lot was not full, there were a number of empty tables and a line of about 14 people. Most, if not all of the seated tables were waiting to have orders taken. Staff appeared to be moving in slow motion. The kitchen staff was undaunted and maybe careless of the situation? None of that “ Well oiled” appearance one observes in a well managed kitchen. Needless to say, we left. Honestly, this is one if he most poorly managed establishments I have attended in a long time! IHOP, PLEASE GET IT TOGETHER. OVER THE YEARS YOU HAVE BECOME A HOUSEHOLD NAME AND GO TO PLACE! WITH THIS TYPE OF EXPERIENCE....I JUST DO NOT KNOW IF WE WILL COME BACK?
So excited that ihop now has gluten free pancakes! They only have them in plain but I used the table syrups and loved them with the blueberry. The pancakes are the softest lightest things you’ve ever had. With the blueberry syrup it was just like a blueberry muffin! Loved!
Really good bacon as well, if you tell them your celiac or gluten free , they will bring you out the nutrition book that lists their entire gluten free menu so you can make sure it doesn’t have any gluten in it. Our server was the best! Really friendly place and great coffee and food.
They just got menus in that have gluten friendly on them. They have gluten free buns and gluten free waffles/pancakes.
I was very surprised to find so many GF options. Pancakes, waffles, buns, and bread. I had the GF pancakes and you would never know they were GF. They were delicious. And a real treat since I haven’t been able to have any in such a long time.
Happily surprised to find what they call "gluten-friendly" pancakes. And they tasted really good! I assume they don't say gluten free because they use gf batter, but don't have a designated kitchen and therefore can't guarantee that there is no cross contamination. Being as I do not have celiac, it's not an issue for me, personally. I didn't look over the menu enough to see if they carried other gf items.
The staff was very un-knowledgeable about celiac disease. They advertise they have gluten free pancakes, waffles, and gluten free buns. They also advertise all of their eggs, bacon, and sausage is gluten free. But when we asked how it was cooked our waitress said EVERYTHING HERE IS COOKED ON THE SAME GRILL. RESTAURANTS SHOULD NOT ADVERTISE THEY HAVE GLUTEN FREE OPTIONS IF THEIR IS 100% RISK OF CROSS CONTAMINATION. If you have Celiac Disease or any kind of gluten allergy, do NOT go to ihop.
Server was aware of gluten options for pancakes, buns, and waffles. However, they do not have a dedicated facility for gluten free; the server told me they use the same pans for all the gluten and non gluten food. She was also unwilling to ask the kitchen to check whether they can have it made in a different pan. Their “gluten friendly” does not mean gluten free.
Went in with my girlfriend and was told there was no dedicated menu, which is okay as some places will have a gf next to a menu item. Asked if the waitress would know what her options could be. She stated, “you need to know what you can have and if you want something we’ll see what we can do.” Not the most comforting thing to hear. Needless to say, can’t recommend coming here for a date if you have celiac or a gluten allergy.
I got the FIT 2 egg breakfast with hash browns instead of toast and everything went good! I also had some french fries (don’t know if it’s dedicated) but all was good. No gluten free menu unfortunately.
They explicitly state that they cannot guarantee anything is GF. They were uneducated about cross contamination. They had no GF menu, just handed me a confusing 30 page allergen binder. Wouldn’t trust if you’re celiac.
Never gotten sick eating here. I usually get omelettes. You have to ask for real eggs (they usually make them with pancake batter to fluff them up). Never had a problem with typical breakfast items of eggs, sausage, bacon, fruit etc
This place is not GF. I was told they had corn cakes (GF pancakes) but they did not. I was nervous to eat. The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because the country omelet was ok as long as you ordered it without the pancakes and pancake mix they use in the omelet (like, who on earth puts pancake mix in an omelet!) and because our server was up to date and triple checked to make sure my meal came out first before my family’s and made sure they didn’t add anything gluten related. Overall it’s ok, but I don’t recommend going to the ones in small towns because they don’t have that many GF options.
Took a very long time to be seated, had to wave a server down after 20 minutes just to ask about gluten free options. There were none. The servers were unsure and nervous when asked about gf. Would not eat here.
I’ve eaten here twice. The first time I was gluten so badly I was sick for a week. It was evident that the wait staff had not been trained. Then, stupidly, I went back and this time asked for the manager (hoping they’d know better). I asked for a side of corn tortillas and the manager sent out FLOUR. Needless to say I got incredibly sick (even not eating the tortillas or the food touching). It was a mistake and I would not recommend this to ANY celiac