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Denny's Coming to Glasgow

Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by Craig1981, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Craig1981

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  2. jpaul

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    looks good - no prices on the menu ,
    but they've got the grand slam that i've had in the usa, first ever restaurant there, I ate in.
    whether you get bottomless coffee too ?

    I hope other USA companies might catch on to the demand for a breakfast pancake venue ... IHOP

    trip-advisor suggest 90% of menu >£11
     
  3. Craig1981

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    Yeah it figures we'd get shafted on the prices. We always do.
     
  4. Rotty

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    Dennys

    wow, people would travel for that ****?
     
  5. Jimbeam3678

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    I was thinking the same! In the US at the moment and had the unfortunate experience of visiting one yesterday :(
     
  6. PlacidCasual

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    American ideas of breakfast make me want to hurl.
     
  7. D3K

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    Went to Dennys in Japan, only because it was 24 hours and a great place to scoff after a night out. Even crashed out a few times in the place.

    Food was meh.
     
  8. the_r_sole

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    wonder if they will get lorne sausage into the menu!
    Denny's is pretty awful, not sure i'd bother going to that in glasgow, better options for a weekend breakfast
     
  9. jpaul

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    seems grand slam would be $6 in the usa ... are kfc / bk / McD all 2x the cost in the UK .. ?
    maybe some regional differences in flavour too since appears they use buttermilk and eggs since reformulation 2016

    (from 2017 - anulled by brexit ?) ) looks like IHOP could be on the cards though
    I have better taste memories with them.


    edit
    for american pancakes ?
     
  10. ttaskmaster

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    I'd rather they started doing breakfast burritos, personally... Same idea as a burger van Belly Buster, but with nicer bread!
     
  11. Munky1080

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    No biscuits & gravy though, not that Denny's did them very well in the first place, but I miss being going out and being able to order them rather than making them indoors.
     
  12. MikeTheNative

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    Another mediocre US food chain coming to the UK. We have enough as it is thank you. :p
     
  13. jpaul

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    or
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    Nandos, prezzi, J.Oliver