IHOP appears to be dropping a popular treat from its menu – a move that has fans furious.
Guests have urged the popular pancake house chain to bring back their Nutella and banana topped crepes.
It appears the treat was discontinued when IHOP cut its menu in 2020, according to food blog Eat This.
Dozens of Twitter users have expressed their anger at the chain’s decision.
A customer Nick (@Nikki_Rae_98) tweeted that she was “forever mad” that the crepes had been cancelled.
While another IHOP regular (@QueenMunda85) said that the crepes were her “favourite breakfast of all time” alongside a cup of coffee.
A third angry diner claimed the chain’s decision to scrap the crepes was the beginning of its downfall.
Giovanna Russo (greeting12) was stunned when she said, “That was the only reason I went to IHOP.”
The Banana Nutella Crepes have been removed from the IHOP website.
Guests can choose from cinnamon bun crepes, fresh berry crepes, and lemon ricotta blueberry crepes.
IHOP also offers breakfast-style crepes and thin pancakes filled with chicken pesto.
The US Sun has reached out to IHOP to see if the chain has any plans to bring back their banana Nutella crepes.
But the restaurant chain has seen a menu reshuffle, and some old classics are making a comeback.
These include the fan-favorite Cinn-A-Stack pancakes, which are making a comeback after being temporarily discontinued.
The Cinn-A-Stack Pancakes are IHOP’s classic pancakes with a sweet cinnamon roll filling and cream cheese frosting.
IHOP has added another breakfast classic to its range: Eggs Benedict.
Customers can choose from several variations of the classic, which is served with a creamy hollandaise sauce over an English muffin.
Guests can also try the chain’s new breaded fish and shrimp dishes, served with a hearty helping of fries and tartar sauce.
For something lighter, try IHOP’s new fresh berry and chopped chicken salads.
IHOP has also added new beverage flavors to the menu, including a mango iced tea and a strawberry lemonade splasher.
Chief Marketing Officer Kieran Donahue said, “Every decision we made for this menu was driven by our guests.”
After years of financial turbulence, IHOP has gone through a phase of transformation.
The company closed nearly 100 of its underperforming locations in 2020 due to low sales resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.