The day has nearly arrived where it is acceptable to eat pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Happening on Tuesday 25th February, we have rounded some great places to get your pancake fix and sample pancake creations far and wide… across London. It is going to be flip-in’ great!
Image: My Old Dutch
Various London Locations
Nearest Tube: Various London Locations
Opening hours: 10am-10.30pm
My Old Dutch pancake house was established in 1958 and now has locations in Holborn, Chelsea and Kensington. Known for their menu, they provide an array of sweet and savoury pancake options, alongside traditional Dutch starters and desserts. With this is mind, it makes sense why they take no bookings on Pancake Day and expect queues out the door. So go with your appetite ready, it will definitely be worth the wait! If you can’t wait until Tuesday, or want pancakes all year round they have an offer of ‘Monday Madness’ where you can get pancakes for £5.95 and for this month only, you can 20% off the bill Tuesday to Friday when you use the secret code word: Pancake Power. You are welcome.
Image: Where the pancakes are
Arch 35a, 85a Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0NQ
Nearest Tube: Borough
Opening Hours: Saturday: 9am – 9pm, Sunday: 9am – 5pm, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 8am – 5pm, Thursday, Friday: 8am – 9pm
Simple and honest food. That is the message behind ‘Where the pancakes at.’ They make buttermilk pancakes and make each dish with loads of flavour and colour. The menu covers any cravings and can be washed down with either a coffee or cocktail, the choice is yours! We really want to try the Boulder Breakfast which has portobello mushroom and tahini-nigella dressing swiftly followed by the Banana Praline Marshmallow. For pancake day, they have created an event at their restaurant and street pop-up from 7.30am-9.30pm. We hope to see you there!
Image: Hash E8
170 Dalston Ln, Hackney, London E8 1NG
Nearest Tube: Hackney Downs
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 8.30am-4pm, Saturday-Sunday: 9.30am-4pm
Known for their fluffy pancakes and generally all round amazing food, Hash E8 is a little hidden gem to venture into when you are around East London. To make pancake day last longer than a day, they believe brunch should last all day every day, so you can enjoy their Nutella stuffed pancakes any day of the week at any time…within their opening hours of course. If you are looking for a cosy pancake day this is the place to head.
Image: Riding House Café
Riding House Café
43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7PQ
Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday: 7.30am-10.30pm, Friday: 7.30am-11pm Saturday: 9am-11pm, Sunday: 9am-4pm
Their pancakes normally only make an appearance at breakfast or brunch, but this pancake day they will be flipping pancakes all day with their sweet bottomless pancakes deal. It costs £12.95 per person and the whole table must order, but that doesn’t seem like a hardship at all. Choose between clotted cream and berries or smoky bacon and maple syrup and they will be on hand to serve you extra on request.
6 Blenheim Street / 1 Woodstock Street, London, United Kingdom
Nearest Tube: Bond Street
Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 7pm, Friday: 9 am – 8pm, Saturday: 10 am – 8pm, Sunday: 10 am – 7pm
Boasting signature juices and homemade teas, this all-day dining restaurant prides itself on fresh dishes through their love of brunch. As well as this, their pancakes don’t just look good but taste great too. Serving up pancakes and crepes, you will want to taste them all. With the very instagrammable food and décor, who doesn’t deserve to have a glam brunch once in a while.
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