IHOP, Oklahoma City (I-35 and 122nd)

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We had dinner tonight at the IHOP. It was a mixed bag. Raegan, Erin, and I got the 2 x 2 x 2, which is a couple eggs, couple pancakes, and couple pieces of bacon. These are hard to screw up, but IHOP managed to get Erin three extra pancakes. Ian got something new on the menu: fried chicken. The chicken was pretty good!

Service was uneven; I ran out of iced tea several times. The temperature in the place was really weird. When we got there, we were seated on the west side of the restaurant, and it was almost too hot. Then the A/C kicked on, and it was quickly uncomfortably cold. We asked several staff to turn the darn thing down or off, but it never really turned off, so we were glad to leave.

Our check was $48.46. We have had uneven experience here, and generally use it only as a fallback. That’s still the case after this visit.

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One Response to “IHOP, Oklahoma City (I-35 and 122nd)”

  1. Raegan Says:

    Restaurants need separate ventilation systems for kitchen and dining areas. I know it gets hot in kitchens, but frigid temps in the dining room to balance it out make for poor customer service.

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