Havens Worth Visiting for 2019 Pancake Day
Who’s with us when we say that Pancake Day should be every day?! They’re the perfect everyday indulgence, yet only celebrated once a year? We’re not having it. So, in aid of the pre — Pancake Day feels, get ready for our top five Pancake Day hotspots worth visiting!
85a Southwark Bridge Road
Nearest Tube: Borough
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed: 8am-6pm | Thurs-Fri: 8am-9pm | Sat: 9am-9pm | Sun: 9am-6pm
If it’s explained in the title, need we say more? Get on down to Where the Pancakes Are (literally!). Based in South East London, their ‘story’ is every bit nostalgic as it is essential to daily life. From sweet to savory pancakes, they definitely do not scrimp out when it comes to a variety of pancakes on the menu. From a Vegetarian Breakfast featuring halloumi (YUM), to Bramley & Cox Apples Duch Baby Pancakes, we’re itching to try these pancakes with a Matcha Latte, or two!
18 Ganton Street
Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed: 9am-11pm | Thu-Sat: 9am-12am | Sun: 9am-11pm
For some good old fashioned American pancakes in the heart of Soho, then it’s definitely worth checking out The Diner! Pancake Day aside, they’re big on pancakes. We’re talking pancakes served on an all-day basis, check out their menu if you don’t believe us! Pancakes are served in stacks of three, and they go heavy on the toppings. We can’t wait to try their specials, like the Vegan Mint Chocolate Chip Pancakes, or the Apple and Cinnamon Stack. It’s safe to say The Diner means business regarding their pancake game, and we can’t wait to taste test!
1 Ropemaker Street
Nearest Tube: Moorgate
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-10pm | Sat: 10am-7:30pm | Sun: 10am-5pm
Bad Egg are all about brunch, and we’re completely here for it! From fresh Eggs Benny, to beautiful American-style pancakes, we cannot get enough of their main menu! There’s plenty available on the menu; from sweet, savory – to a mixed combination! We’re fascinated by their Fried Chicken French Toast topped with maple syrup and banana, would you give it a go?
The Breakfast Club
12-16 Artillery Lane
Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed: 7:30am-11pm | Thu-Fri: 7:30am-12am | Sat: 8am-12am | Sun: 8am-10:30pm
For pancakes that are always good enough for the gram’, check out The Breakfast Club! This breakfast bar is a stone’s throw away from Liverpool Street station, and cannot be missed with its canary yellow shopfront, featuring a huge variety of pancakes and other options on their food menu (we’re desperate to try the Salted Caramel Banoffee Pancakes!). It’s important to note how busy The Breakfast Club gets, and we always recommend making a reservation to avoid missing out!
My Old Dutch
131-132 High Holborn
Nearest Tube: Holborn
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-10:30pm | Sun: 10am-9:30pm
For a magnificent sweet treat post-Pancake Day, My Old Dutch pancake house is a must-try! They have a dedicated menu just for pancakes, we’re not kidding. They’re not kidding when it comes to pancakes, with short stack pancakes smothered in Nutella and magic stars, My Old Dutch are serious pancake competitors this year. Secure your chance of visiting the ultimate pancake location by making a booking!
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading (and/or dribbling) over our top five post-pancake day havens! Will we be seeing you at one of these brilliant locations? Let us know in the comments below! If you like our posts, you’ll love our Instagram.