Where to go for pancakes in London
Where to eat the best and most adventurous pancakes from around the world in London
The epitome of Scandi style with an amazing modern chandelier, Where the pancakes are, serves up truly adventurous, creative and consciously healthy pancakes. Their ingredients are all organic and top-end including all important grade A Quebec maple syrup.
Among the savoury buttermilk pancakes the Welsh rarebit stands out, made with cheese, ale, vinegar crispy onions and a fried egg. There's a vegan recipe too using organic rice and buckwheat flour, soya milk and chickpea water.
Try too the Dutch Baby pancakes, actually nothing to do with Holland but a German American invention – rather more Yorkshire pudding, almost souffle like. The savoury three cheese, hazelnuts and rosemary version is just as superb as the sweet edition with apple, berries, almonds and house cream.
To drink, there are cold-pressed juices, Basque and Breton ciders besides wine.
This Shrove Tuesday, Where the Pancakes Are collaborate with Rubies in the Rubble – who use leftover veg and fruit to make chutneys and coulis – to offer a selection of 'conscious' pancakes including a luscious blueberry sauce.
.Price: £60.00 plenty of pancakes and drink