IHOP introduces three new burgers made with 100 percent USDA choice Black Angus ground beef.
The chain’s expanded Steakburger lineup now includes the following menu items: The Big IHOP Pancake Burger, Loaded Philly Steakburger and Garlic Butter Steakburger.
The Big IHOP Pancake Burger comes with a buttermilk pancake griddle with cheddar cheese sandwiched between two premium Steakburger patties topped with custom-cured hickory-smoked bacon, American cheese, and IHOP sauce on a Brioche bun. Served with your choice of one side.
The Big IHOP Pancake Burger has about 1310 calories per serving and costs $10.29.
The Loaded Philly Steakburger features a 100 percent USDA choice Black Angus beef patty topped with melted white cheddar cheese, sautéed onions and peppers, and white cheddar cheese sauce, all sandwiched between two brioche buns. Served with your choice of side.
IHOP’s new Loaded Philly Steakburger has around 820 calories per serving and costs $9.49.
IHOP’s Garlic Butter Steakburger comes with Black Angus steakburger topped with custom-cured hickory-smoked bacon, white cheddar cheese, mayo, lettuce, tomato, onion, and house-made garlic butter on a brioche bun. Served with your choice of one side.
The new Garlic Butter Steakburger has 860 calories per serving and costs $9.49.
The three new burgers are available at participating IHOP locations nationwide for a limited time only. Prices may vary from one area to another.
Also, the new Steakburgers feature unlimited fries. However, the unlimited fries offer is only good for those dining in a restaurant.