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Denny’s Invites Patrons to ‘Build Your Own Omelette’

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Denny’s — the chain that brought you  DIY Grand Slams, pancakes and burgers — is now giving customers the choice to build their own omelettes.

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Patrons dining in are given the following options:

Start Up: Three eggs and choice of cheese.

Double Up: Three eggs, choice of cheese and two additional ingredients.

Load Up: Three eggs, choice of cheese and four additional ingredients.

Then, you can choose from these various ingredients to build your omelettes with:

Cheese: American cheese, cheddar cheese, pepper jack cheese, smoky cheese blend, Swiss cheese and pepper jack queso.

Meats: Bacon, chicken sausage, chorizo sausage, crumbled sausage, diced ham, prime rib and turkey bacon.

Veggies: Avocado, diced tomatoes, fire-roasted peppers & onions, sautéed zucchini & squash, jalapeños, pico de gallo, sautéed mushrooms and spinach.

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Each additional ingredient afterwards is an extra charge of 50 cents. Every omelette creation also comes with a side of hash browns or grits and a choice of any bread (biscuits, white, wheat and sourdough). The meals start at $5.99, $6.99 and $7.99.

Personally, Denny’s is the place to go after a massive hangover, so I generally never partake in build-it-yourself items if I can help it. It’s too much of a headache deciding what to add and what to keep off. Luckily, I was sober as a judge this morning so I thought why not give it a go?

Verdict: It was alright. 

Though I’ve only had Denny’s omelettes a few times, the BYOO version didn’t really click with me the way some of their other menu items did. If I do come back, I’ll definitely try one of their new omelette dishes: the Chorizo Tortilla Omelette, the Fit Fare Loaded Veggie Omelette and the Bacon Avocado Omelette. Three new items for those who wish to opt-out of building their own breakfast, but still want  to have an omelette nonetheless.

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.

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