November 17, 2014

Coming Home at Pancake House

Max's Group, Inc, the company that brings Max's Restaurant, recently acquired Pancake House. With the acquisition, the company conceptualized a new look and layout and has been taking steps to move Pancake House forward by delivering a better dining experience to its loyal clients. 

To showcase Pancake House new look, select bloggers were invited at Pancake House Lipa, located at Mataas na Lupa, Ayala Highway, Lipa City, Batangas. Upon seeing the signage of Pancake House from afar, I was embraced by that coming home feeling.

 The wooden seat waiting for any one to sit immediately drew me closer for photo op, piktyur,piktyur!

Pancake's new look is comfortable, accessible and functional. The logo shows new interpretation of the restaurant's famed  house symbol. The brand's famous orange color, with the integration of brown, blue and fushia, was given a more sophisticated touch .  

You can never go wrong with the menu of Pancake House, especially now that Max's Group, Inc is doing something to bring back the dining glory of Pancake.

I heard from my co-Bloggers that Batangas Vice Governor, Mark Leviste, is dining in. So, I stood up, introduced my self, and piktyur-piktyur! Vice Gove Leviste was with and his councilmen at that time. they were there for lunch, not as guest but as regular clients. Vice Gove Leviste said, "I grew up with the brand, I like it here  for it feels like coming home at Pancake House".

What made the trip to Pancake House lovelier is pending the day with my better half. Besides, Pancake House is where hearty conversations takes place.

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