Denny’s Manila marks restaurant’s Philippines debut

American diner Denny’s has arrived in the Philippines, opening at Uptown Parade in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

The Denny’s Manila restaurant is the first of several planned for the brand’s newest international market.

Mall owner Megaworld Corporation founder Kevin Tan says on Instagram that the store is one “one of my favorite restaurants in the world”. He was on hand for the store’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Denny’s started out as a coffee and donut stand in 1953. It went public in 1968 and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
At BGC, it is open all day every day serving American breakfasts, pancakes and omelettes.

Denny’s also has stores in China and Korea.

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