Here’s a tummy-filler we can’t possibly resist. All-day breakfast place Flapjacks is offering these divine stack of pancakes at one peso each from April 13 to 17, to celebrate their first year anniversary.
A maximum of three pancakes per table
Available only from 1 to 5 p.m.
Still, it’s good enough. Considering that Flapjacks is known for their filling but pricey offerings, one peso for a pancake….. is better than street food!!!
I just bumped into this promotion actually. The server (who was on OJT) didn’t even mention it to me 🙁 So much for letting OJT trainees on the frontline. I went to Flapjacks Robinsons Midtown because I wanted to snack and was craving for their Endless Coffee (P75) to keep me awake, while in the office 😀
Besides, I really like the phrase Endless Coffee. I think it’s better than the much abused word “Bottomless.”
I also like the fact that the resto offers fresh orange juice served in neat decanters, at P225. It’s good for a few people to share.
It was only a few weeks ago when I first got to dine in Flapjacks and feasted on their Ribeye Steak Omelette (P355). I immediately thought of the hubby who would surely love scrambled eggs enveloped by tender slices of red meat and cheese. Throw in the toast and hash browns too. It was a yummy filler.
My officemate had the All-Filipino Slammer (P395) which consisted of eggs, boneless bangus, fried rice and tapa. Honestly though, I’d order this kind of food in Filipino joints like Tapa King or Goodah. I’d rather have waffles,omelettes, salads and steaks, or try their other kinds of Continental slammers 😉
They serve the mango torte “frozen” (P265). This one didn’t leave much of an impression, but their other cakes sure look luscious.
Flapjacks has branches in Greenbelt 2, Greenhills and Robinson’s Midtown, Manila.
Average price of a meal: P250 to P400