Food, Lifestyle

The Best Places To Eat Pancakes In The UK

It’s Pancake Day soon and we appreciate that you might not be up for making a runny batter and spending hours burning it in the pan like you did last year/got your mum to do. So we’ve taken a little look around for the best pancake restaurants in the UK so that you can go out to enjoy some really decent ones instead of turning your kitchen into a sticky apocalypse.

The Best for Fat Pancakes:

Jackson + Rye
Where: 56 Wardour Street, London
What: American style café restaurant with a classic New York inspired decor
The pancakes: buttermilk stacks with a choice of caramelised banana, bacon & maple or berry toppings
How much: £6.25 – £8.50

Moose Coffee
Where: 20 York Street, Manchester
What: American diner with an outdoor seating area
The pancakes: freshly made and all served with Canadian maple syrup, butter and a choice of toppings
How much: £5.50 – £7.50

The Butterfly Cabinet
Where: 200 Heaton Road, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
What: bohemian café with eclectic art lining the walls and weekly live Blues music
The pancakes: fluffy stacked pancakes on the breakfast menu, either on their own at or as part of a cooked breakfast (obviously get them as a breakfast)
How much: £5.50 – £6

The Best for Thin Pancakes:

Little Amsterdam
Where: 13-14 North Bar Street, Banbury
What: Holland-themed café with an in-house cookery school and shop selling Dutch products
The pancakes: just like they make them in Holland, best enjoyed with stroop, a Dutch syrup, which you should definitely request in an offensive accent
How much: £6.50 – £12.75

La Petite Bretagne
Where: 5-7 Beadon Road, Hammersmith, London
What: French crepe restaurant offering all the best in Northern cuisine
The pancakes: traditional Breton crepes with a wide choice of sweet and savoury fillings
How much: £3.50 – £8.95

Where: Lauriston Place, Edinburgh
What: Street food stall in the heart of the city offering Brazil-in-a-box
The pancakes: authentic Brazilian sweet and savoury gluten free crepes, the type of place to take a hipster art-school type date to
How much: around £5

The Best for Both Fat and Thin:

Hanky Panky Pancakes
Where: 20 Commonhall Street, Chester
What: family run restaurant with a cheeky menu design
The pancakes: a mixture of fat and thin, sweet and savoury with a selection of alcoholic pancakes cleverly named Panc-Tails…GET IT?!?
How much: £4.50 – £11.50

My Old Dutch
Where: 131-132 High Holborn, London
What: friendly and relaxed pancake house established in 1958, now offering a Monday Madness deal – any pancake for £5.65
The pancakes: a wide variety of styles and fillings, including quirky pizza-themed crepes
How much: £5.65 – £11.50

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