This restaurant has begun sharing space with a fast food outlet. Dad, because the pancakes are very similar to IHOP.
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I just went today with my daughters but as they said "we are not going back right dad?". I remembered going to this place years ago (about 6 years ago) and I remember is was quite better. I ordered the all meat (or something like that) omelette - it remembered the expectations/reality memes that you see a lot on facebook.... More
It was okay, I had originally pancakes. My friend enjoyed her pancake, eggs and bacon. I will try again something different. Overall it was a nice restaurant to have breakfast.
Interesting name and expectation of course of IHOP of Nicaragua, i.e. something far from great in the US being an opportunity for a taste of home. It's been a little while since we were there but I'd say a overpriced (Nicaraguan restaurants don't seem to understand the relatively low value of a pancake) and average at best in food quality.... More
Each year when we visit Nicaragua, all my kids ask for is to go to GHOP. If you are longer for an American Breakfast (and you will after a few days of gallo pinto), go to GHOP. Kids love the Disney Pancakes. The menu also offers American sandwiches as well.
Very good food, excellent pricing, and I highly recommend. This restaurant has improved a lot since my first visit about a year ago. I had emailed owner giving suggestions but did not bother to answer. In spite of the fact, they are improving. This time around service is very good, personnel is the same as a year ago which is... More
Ihop with a nica flare. all the food is great! prices are cheap! daily special of $5 free refills with tax tip included. location is in Managua.
A fair imitation of IHOP in the US, but not nearly as good. Some of the same food, but many local flavors also available. The service was slow on a slow Sunday morning.
Have been there several times since having been introduced to the locale by a Canadian friend and am slowly eating my way through their menu which offers a very selection for all palates! I recommend GHOP highly for their breakfast menu which is as close as you will get to an iHop or Denny's in the States.