DENNY’S DINER Philippines: 24/7 All Day Breakfast Favorites! (Revisited)

Founded by Harold Butler, Denny’s opened its doors in 1953 with its first store in California. The chain has since grown into 1600 stores located in Canada, Mexico, Latin America, United Arab Emirates, and most recently, the Philippines via The Bistro Group.

Customers love their 24/7 operating hours, friendly service, and hefty servings that are great for sharing and satisfy your breakfast cravings any time of day.

With the positive response to their first Philippines branch in Uptown Mall, Denny’s has now expanded all the way to Trinoma and Vista Mall in Sta. Rosa, Laguna in less than six months!

Here’s a look-back at our favorites at Denny’s and a peak at their new offerings…

Ground Floor, Uptown Parade, 9th Avenue Corner 38th Street, Bonifacio Global City
Phone: (02) 772 3371
Facebook: DennysPhilippines
Store hours: Open 24/7 Monday- Sunday

Denny's New Menu

Menu: Drinks | Slams | Omelettes & Pancakes | Favorites | Soups & Skillets | Appetizers & Salads | Burgers | Sandwiches | Classics | Classics 2 | Desserts & Liquor

All their branches are open 24/7 except the one in Trinoma, Quezon City.


Uptown Parade Bites

All-American Slam (Php 395)

Order the Original Slam, their most popular dish not just here in the Philippines, but also all over the world.

Enjoy the classic scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese, bacon strips, sausages, and toast, now served with hashbrowns (which we heard came all the way from the US)!



Choco Overload Peanut Butter Pancake Plate (Php 395)

Silky and extra puffy pancakes that we love, made even more decadent with rich chocolate fudge and black & white choco chips, topped with gooey peanut butter sauce that’ll surely satisfy anyone’s sweet cravings.

The salty bacon, eggs, and hashbrowns go well with the sweetness of the pancakes. The kids will love this!



Belgian Waffle Slam (P385)

For something less sweet, you can opt to order their crisp and light Belgian-style waffles.



Uptown Parade Bites

The Grand Slamwich (P395)

The ultimate favorite! We love this breakfast sandwich packed with a spread of scrambled eggs, crumbled sausages, bacon, shaved ham, and American cheese, then grilled with maple spice.

Crispy on the outside with a nice blend of salty-sweet flavors. Served with fries. A must-try, especially for those new to Denny’s.



Asian Chicken Salad (P395). Grilled seasoned chicken breast, cucumber, carrots, and grape tomatoes on top of fresh romaine lettuce and tossed with sesame lime dressing and peanut sauce. Topped with nacho chips.

For starters, you can go with their refreshing Asian Chicken Salad or Chicken Cranberry Apple Salad.



Slamburger (P525). Hand-pressed beef patty, crispy hash browns, egg cooked to order, pepper jack queso, and two bacon strips, served on a brioche bun with a side of fries.

We loved the sweet, pancake-like feel of the buns and the saltiness from the cheese, bacon, and patty.



Bourbon Ribs (Ala Carte P475 | Rib Platter P1350)

Delicious fall-off-the-bone ribs that come with their homemade bourbon sauce.

To fully appreciate Denny’s rib-eating experience, try it the messy way.



Norwegian Salmon (P485)

For something healthy and light, order their Norwegian Salmon.

Perfectly cooked salmon with a tender, flaky textured meat with a mild-to-rich flavor from the garlic and herbs.



Apple Ginger (P155)

My all-time favorite from their drink list is their fresh Apple Ginger. We love the benefits as well as the taste of this sweet and spicy juice.

A must-try that’s only available in the Philippines!



Mango Graham Milkshake (P205)

The milkshake was thick and rich…just the way I like it. They use whole cream milk and vanilla ice cream, blended with mango puree & graham crackers and then topped with whipped cream.

I liked the sweetness of the milkshake and the added texture from the Grahams–it’s a perfect drink for the summer!



Salted Caramel Milkshake (P205)

Thick, creamy, and sweet. This was made with premium vanilla ice cream and whole cream milk infused with caramel and kosher salt.

I love the touch of caramel popcorn and a pretzel on top, but it was a little too sweet for my liking. I’d request less sugar the next time I order.



Denny’s continues to serve our favorite classic menu items but also managed to surprise us with new offerings perfect for our Pinoy Taste.

Our favorite part about going here is we can order anything from the menu at any time of the day. It’s also great that the portions are ideal for sharing.

For starters, we recommend the Chicken Cranberry Apple Salad. For mains, I’d go with something classic like The Grand Slamwich and All-American Slam. If you want something new, the Bourbon Ribs are worth a try.

For that sweet ending, try the filling Choco Overload Peanut Butter Pancake Plate and Mango Graham Milkshake. Don’t forget to pair your meal with their fresh Apple Ginger Juice!


Ground Floor, Uptown Parade, 9th Avenue Corner 38th Street, Bonifacio Global City
Phone: (02) 772 3371
Facebook: DennysPhilippines
Store hours: Open 24/7 Monday- Sunday


Live an Awesome Life,

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Disclosure: We were media guests of the Bistro Group. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights.

P.S. Watch out for these new Denny’s Philippines dishes coming soon!

SNY07449Denny’s Share Four All (P525)A combination of pancake puppies, quesadillas, chicken fingers, and fries. Served with ranch dressing, wing sauce, and caramel sauce.

Salted Egg & Coconut Pancake (P405)Buttermilk Pancakes with salted egg and shredded coconut. Served with two strips of bacon, fries, and two egg.


SNY07420Braised Beef Skillet (P395). Marinated Roast Beef with mushrooms covered in brown gravy.


Salisbury Steak Skillet (P325)Beef Burger Patty covered with brown gravy, topped with sunny side up egg.

Meatballs Skillet (P325)Meatballs topped with our marinara sauce served with sourdough bread and cheese sauce on the side.

One thought on “DENNY’S DINER Philippines: 24/7 All Day Breakfast Favorites! (Revisited)

  1. They say the best way to get to know a place is through its cuisine..and it looks like you’ve thoroughly explored that part! This looks incredible, and its curious how much the North American influence has reached the Philippines. One of my most eccentric dining experiences was having a full British afternoon tea in Hong Kong!

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