Pancake day crêped up on you?: London Pancake Spots
Pancake Day is the official excuse to eat the same meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner without feeling guilty. If your flipping skills aren’t quite up to scratch, let the professionals handle it. Whether you prefer them sweet or savoury, below is a list of London hotspots that are definitely worth putting on your Pancake Day list.
Polo Bar, Bishopsgate Fancy a pancake at 2 am? Well, now you can get your pancake fix day and night at the 24-hour Polo Bar. Their award-winning sharing pancake stacks come in a variety of sweet treat selections, from cookies & cream and banoffee to streaky bacon and mixed berries.
Stack & Still, Leicester Square The UK’s largest urban chain of pancake restaurants catering to all with a menu designed to create 12 million different combinations of pancakes from the menu options. If you’d prefer the pancake pioneers to create your dish, they have a mouthwatering selection of ‘Signature’ dishes for you to choose from.
Drunch, Regents ParkDrunch is a family ran business serving classic brunch in an artful space with a bohemian vibe. Put a smile on your face with their heart-shaped pancakes filled with Nutella and hazelnuts. If sweets are not really your thing there are fruity and savoury options to choose from!
Where The Pancakes Are, SouthwarkThis pancake day the franchise is celebrating in partnership with Matilda the Musical introducing a limited edition ‘Popping Forest Pancake’ drizzled in chocolate and popping candy, with shards of marbled chocolate and topped with vanilla ice cream – You can do it, Bruce!
The Diner, Carnaby The old-school American diner serves traditional American pancakes, stacks of three pancakes are available all day long, served with bananas, buttermilk, blueberries, chocolate chips, or strawberries and chocolate. If not everyone in your group fancies pancakes there are plenty of other options on the menu – but who wouldn’t want to try some of London’s best pancakes?
The Breakfast Club, Canary Wharf The Breakfast Club is the home of comfort food and creates a welcoming atmosphere for all of your family and friends. The staff will make you feel right at home with an atmosphere that evokes the nostalgia of the 80s.
Greenwoods, Victoria Nova Victoria’s newest addition is celebrating an exclusive stack available only on Pancake Day with American-style pancakes topped with chocolate chip cookies, cookie dough ice cream, chocolate sauce, peanuts, and honeycomb.
CA Japanese Pancakes, Victoria Are you looking for something a little different, new and tasty? Look no further than CA Japanese Pancakes, the perfect place to go for brunch and socialise. Featuring dishes from their popular Japanese souffle to their aesthetic dishes, the menu is sure to bring bold and inspiring flavour to your day.
Tupi, PeckhamCome to Tupi’s restaurant for a bite to eat and a great atmosphere. Brunch at this stylish and elegant spot is sure to be a delight thanks to the great food, friendly staff, and laid-back atmosphere. With sweet and savoury options available, the menu offers toppings from fresh fruit to salted caramel, bacon, and eggs.
Daisy Green, Marylebone Daisy Green brings a relaxed vibe and buzzing Australian food and coffee to London. Choose from blueberry buttermilk pancakes topped with whipped mascarpone cream and maple syrup or please your sweet tooth with pancakes topped with milk chocolate ganache, malt crumble and salted caramel sauce – Yum.
Eggbreak, Notting Hill Take a visit to Eggbreak, located behind Nottinghill’s main street, serving their speciality of eggs all day, every day! What better way to enjoy your pancakes than to top them with bananas, raspberries, and salted caramel butter?
Farm Girl, SohoFarm Girl is an Instagram-worthy brunch cafe hidden behind St. Peter’s Church in Notting Hill specialising in fresh and nourishing food. With dishes such as cherry-ripe pancakes, your followers will be envious.