Where To Eat London’s Most Delicious Pancakes

Where To Eat London’s Most Delicious Pancakes
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It’s fair to say that London isn’t short of top breakfast places and that includes stacks and stacks of amazing pancakes. From authentic, thick American versions to more unusual savoury creations;  Here is a list of where to eat London’s most delicious pancakes.

1. American Style Pancakes, Outsider Tart.

with salted butter and maple syrup.

Outsider Tart is the home of true southern American home cooking and it wouldn’t be authentic without a stack of fluffy buttermilk American pancakes. They come in short a short stack (2) mid (3) or long haul (4), and all come with real maple syrup and a dollop of butter melting in the middle. The place has got a really funky design and a brownie bar!

Buttermilk Blues, Outsider Tart - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes83 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 2EF www.outsidertart.com

 

2. Buttermilk Pancakes, Chiltern Firehouse.

…with blueberry compote, fresh blueberries and creme fraiche.

Chiltern Firehouse is a 5* hotel in Marylebone serving up 5* pancakes. This is somewhere to go when a regular stack just won’t do and really want to treat yourself (and indeed your wasit line) in beautiful surroundings.

Buttermilk Pancakes, Chiltern Firehouse - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes1 Chiltern St, Marylebone, London W1U 7PA www.chilternfirehouse.com

 

3. Hotcakes, Angie’s Little Food Shop.

… with espresso mascarpone and vanilla cinnamon syrup.

Aussie local spot Angie’s in leafy West London serves up a take on pancakes that’s not really like any others I’ve tried before. Rounder, smaller, and a little bit savoury; They come with a dollop of espresso cream and a cute pot of cinnamon syrup to drizzle.

Hotcakes, Angies Little Food Shop - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes114 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 1PU www.angieslittlefoodshop.com

 

4. Berry Banana Pancakes, Balans.

…with warm maple syrup.

Balans do some of the best pancakes I’ve tried in London. They come in American style, are drowned in maple syrup and are very generous in size. Have them as bressert (breakfast dessert) to one of Balans’s full English breakfasts and you can’t go wrong. Always a friendly welcome at the original site in Soho.

Berry Pancakes, Balans - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes60-62 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 4UG www.balans.co.uk

 

5. Dulce de Leche Pancakes, NAC.

…with dulce de leche sauce, bananas and icing sugar.

NAC is a popular brunch spot in London’s super swanky Mayfair and one thing everyone raves about is their pancakes.  They are drowned in dulce de leche which is a sweet caramel sauce and topped with banana and icing sugar. Sweet lovers this one is for you!

Dulche de Leche Pancakes, NAC - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes41 N Audley St, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZP www.naclondon.com 

 

6. Asparagus Plus Galette, Senzala Creperie.

…with asparagus, cheese, creme fraiche and a fried egg.

 Senzala Creperie is a small, independent creperie in the vibrant and bustling Brixton Village and has a large menu of both sweet and savoury galettes and crepes. Really affordable too. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

Asparagus Crepe, Senzala Creperie- Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes42 Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8PS www.senzalacreperie.co.uk

 

7. Nutella Poffertjes, Camden Market.

…with shed loads of Nutella.

Poffertjes are a small, sweet Dutch style pancake and they come in bite-size pieces that are cooked fresh in front of you at Camden Market. Then they’re piled high with Nutella and strawberries and, you know, you gotta get that fruit in there for balance 😉

Nutella Poffertjes, Camden Market - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious PancakesCamden Lock Pl, Camden Town, London NW1 8AF www.camdenmarket.com

 

8. Vegan Cinnamon Pancakes, 90 Degree Melt.

…with banana and berries.

It’s not very often you can say vegan pancakes are great (sorry but it’s true!). Thankfully, vegan/veggie cafe 90 Degree Melt have smashed that perception. Fluffy, sweet and thankfully not dense and tasting of cardboard (Hooray!) Never would you know they are vegan.

Vegan Pancakes, 90 Degree Melt - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes4BJ, 235 Mile End Rd, London E1 www.90degree.co.uk

 

9. Pancake Stack with Forest Fruits, Cafe Miami.

… with Ribena compote and creme fraiche.

Possibly the most photogenic pancakes in London are at the equally photogenic retro style cafe, Cafe Miami in Hackney. They also do a Nutella stuffed version too (and most recently a cinnamon roll flavour!) Make sure you get a side of their sweet bacon to go with them.

Forest Fruits Pancakes, Cafe Miami - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes24 Lower Clapton Rd, London E5 0PD www.cafemiami.co.uk

 

10. Build your own pancakes, Christophers.

… with whatever you want!

Instead of being stuck with one topping, Christopher’s in Covent Garden gives you the option to build your own pancakes. Each table comes with a pencil, tick sheet and you can choose from a whole list of toppings. You’re in control!

Build your own pancakes, Christopher's - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious PancakesCovent Garden, 18 Wellington St, London WC2E 7DD www.christophersgrill.com

 

11. Kimchi Galette, Crepes A La Carte.

… with homemade kimchi, avocado and egg.

Whoever said pancakes (or crepes) had to be super unhealthy? Crepes A La Carte have an inventive, healthy menu packed with good for you creations full of healthy fats and antioxidants. Plus they can all be made gluten, wheat and dairy free. Unhealthy options also available 😉 See full blog post here.

Kimchi Galette, Crepes A La Carte - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes112 Kentish Town Rd, London NW1 9PX www.crepesalacarte.co.uk

 

12. Blueberry Pancake Stack, Proud Mary’s.

…with vanilla yoghurt and bananas.

Did someone say pancake or cake? Aussie brunch spot Proud Mary’s is just off the beaten track in West London’s Shepherds Bush and serves up the thickest, fluffiest pancakes you will ever lay eyes on. It’s seriously like eating three cakes. Oh, and they are gluten-free! 

Blueberry Pancakes, Proud Mary's - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes1C Oaklands Grove, Shepherd’s Bush, London W12 0JD www.proudmarys.co.uk

 

13. Ricotta Hot Cakes, Granger & Co.

…with banana and honeycomb butter.

Probably the most talked about pancakes in London are the ricotta cakes from Granger & Co. It’s one place you never see without a queue, and 9 times out of 10 it’s because of these. It’s all about that honeycomb butter!

Ricotta Hotcakes, Granger & Co - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes175 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2SB www.grangerandco.com

 

14. Sugar Rush Pancakes, Boondocks.

…2 chocolate chip, 2 blueberry, roasted strawberries, fudge sauce and whipped cream.

Boondocks is your typical American diner, and in the usual American style, bigger is always better. Four thick pancakes come with a whole load of toppings which looks more like dessert than breakfast. Pancake professionals only!

Sugar rush pancakes, Boondocks - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes205 City Rd, Hoxton, London EC1V 1JN www.feedyoursoul.co.uk

 

15. American Style Stack, Where The Pancakes Are.

…with bacon and berries.

First of all how cool is the name? Where The Pancakes Are does exactly what it says on the tin. They serve up a menu entirely of pancakes and are set in a funky little place called  Flat Iron Square in South East London. Don’t go expecting huge portions as it’s more delicate than decadent.

Blueberry and bacon pancakes, Where The Pancakes Are - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious PancakesArch 35a, 85a Southwark Bridge Rd, London SE1 0NQ www.wherethepancakesare.com 

 

16. Sweet Potato Pancakes, SHOT.

…with nut butter and banana.

SHOT’s pancakes are for the health conscience pancake addicts out there and are made with sweet potato and topped with nut butter. They list the macros too if you’re into that kind of thing. While they are good, just be aware that they do taste ‘healthier’ than what you might be used too.

Sweet Potato Pancakes, Shot - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes23 Bride Ln, London EC4Y 8DT www.shot.london

 

17. Signature Pancakes, The Wolseley.

… with berries and extra bacon.

Eating pancakes in the famous Wolseley (next to The Ritz) is ultimate breakfast goals. Silver teapots, opulent chandeliers and a stack of 3 cake-like pancakes topped with either berries or bacon. My tip is to get both. Seriously. That sticky, sweet bacon is the absolute dream.

Berry and Bacon Pancakes, The Wolseley - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes 160 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London W1J 9EB www.thewolseley.com

 

18. Homemade Pancakes, Burnt Toast Cafe.

…with berries and maple syrup.

Burnt Toast Cafe is a small, alfresco cafe in Brixton that does some great all day breakfast classics including their homemade berry pancakes. Pair that with a cup of tea in a PROPER  mug and a sunny Sunday morning in the bustling little village and it’s the perfect place for you’re next brunch.

Berry Pancakes, Burnt Toast Cafe - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes88 Brixton Village Market, Brixton, London SW9 8PS

 

…with coconut salted caramel sauce.

Coconut water is a serious superfood right now and how amazing is it that we can find it in the form of a pancake! Osu specialises in these vegan, gluten and guilt-free treat and how marvellous that they can do all that in one. Just what we like to hear. Find them in East London’s Broadway Market.

Coconut Pancakes, Camden Market - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious PancakesBroadway Market, London, E84QJ, http://www.broadwaymarket.co.uk

 

20. Garlic Mushroom Crepe, La Creperie de Hampstead.

… with mushrooms, garlic, parsley and pepper.

In London’s very lovely (and very posh) village of Hampstead Heath sits La Creperie de Hampstead that have been serving up their takeaway crepes from a small cart since 1980. Very indulgent (as the French like it) and hardly ever without a queue. It’s a bit of an institution in the area and one to venture too if you fancy a weekend wander. See blog post here.

Garlic Mushroom Crepe, Creperie de Hampstead - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes

77a Hampstead High St, Hampstead, London NW3 1RE www.hampsteadvillage.com

 

21. Buttermilk Blueberry & Bacon Pancakes, Timmy Green.

… with mascarpone, bacon and pure Vermont maple.

Beautiful Australian brunch places have taken over London and Timmy Green is one of those on the list. Their sweet option includes their famous banana bread, coconut French toast and these blueberry and bacon pancakes. Thicker and more cake-like than usual; it must be an Australian thing! (If you go back to number 3 & 12 you’ll know what I mean!)

Blueberry Bacon Pancakes, Timmy Green - Where To Eat London's Most Delicious Pancakes11 Buckingham Palace Rd, Westminster, London • SW1E 5DJ www.daisygreenfood.com

 

 

1 Comment

  1. 12th February 2018 / 11:22 am

    Ooh they all look so good. I can’t wait for pancake day tomorrow, going to stuff my face! Yum!

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