23/9/16 - Updated with opening date.
Popular pop-up and street food trader Where The Pancakes Are is moving off the street and into their first permanent restaurant. The brainchild of Dutch woman Patricia Trijbits, it'll be opening at Flat Iron Square in London Bridge this autumn.
All manner of sweet and savoury batter treats will be on offer from breakfast buttermilk stacks to buckwheat blinis, served up with a selection of craft ciders and Prosecco.
On the menu, along with simple stacks served up with chocolate sauce, maple-agave syrup and butter, or lemon and sugar, you'll find:
- AMERICAN - smoked streaky bacon, blueberries, maple-agave syrup
- AUSTRALIAN - roast corn, grilled tomatoes, creme fraiche, preserved lemon, avocado, spinach
- BENEDICT - hollandaise, smoked ham, poached egg, tendril pea shoots
- HUMMINGBIRD - caramelised pineapple, toasted almonds, coconut, lime syrup, mint
- HEDGEROW - elderflower & forest berry compote, butter cream, crushed merengue
We're particularly looking forward to an entire menu section of blinis - including buckwheat with either salmon and creme fraiche and mackerel and salsa verde toppings. Plus they have Dutch baby pancakes in both sweet (Bramley & cox apples, blackberries, raisins, almond flakes, house cream) and savoury (aged gouda, goats, parmesan, cheddar, gruyere with thyme & rosemary, served with bitter salad).
And finally, they'll have "Boozy mini stacks" including one with salted caramel, banana, and Southern Comfort cream. And paired with all of that, they'll have Prosecco, wines and plenty of cider.
Where The Pancakes Are opens 27 September 2016 at Flat Iron Square 68 Union Street London SE1 1TD. There's a soft launch on 27 - 30 September, 8am - 4pm with 50% off food menu (walk-ins only). Keep up with their news on Twitter @wherepancakes