If you’re non-stick frying pan has seen better days, you’ve run out of milk or you simply can’t face another year of half cooked pancakes stuck to your kitchen ceiling relax, London’s bars and restaurants are here to save your Pancake Day. This Shrove Tuesday (16th February) why not head to one of these brilliant London venues and enjoy your Pancake Day in proper style. No stress, no mess!
West End / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: American
Classic Covent Garden restaurant Christopher's always pull out all the stops for Pancake Day and this year is no exception. They'll be serving three delectable crepe options this February 13th including the Lobster one; the Born-to-be-Healthy Vegan one; and the French Toast one! If you?d rather do-it yourself you can always Build-Your-Own Pancake with the menu running throughout the day. Served from 11.130am in both the restaurant and Martini Bar.
City of London / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Global
Enjoy an amazing Pancake Day at city rooftop haven Aviary where indulgent offerings such as Terry?s chocolate orange treat filled with a generous helping of chocolate mousse, popping candy caramel and vanilla ice cream, bitter-sweet lemon meringue pancake roll filled with lemon curd, topped with crisp meringue, yoghurt sorbet and white chocolate fudge or the gluten-free option of caramelised banana stack, topped with warm caramel, rum soaked raisins and whipped cream all add the wow factor. Even better, they are all priced at a very reasonable £6.50 each. Download
The Jugged Hare
City of London / Bar / Cuisine: Gastro
Popular city gastro pub The Jugged Hare is dishing up both sweet and savoury options this Pancake Day with the goat merguez crispy pancake topped with soft cheddar and red onion jam taking care of the savoury side and drop scone pancakes served with jam and clotted cream keeping those with a sweet tooth happy. Download
One Canada Square
Canary Wharf / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
For those in Canary Wharf this Shrove Tuesday, pop along to One Canada Square and tuck into mouth-watering pancakes options such as the hearty Britalian crispy pancake ( packed with Suffolk venison bolognaise, aged cheddar and watercress) priced at just £13 or a rather sweet crêpe which comes accompanied with delicate chestnuts, peanut crumble and orange Chantilly (priced only £6). Download
City of London / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: Cafe
Bishopsgate's legendary 24 hour café has teamed up with Jude's Ice Cream this year for Pancake Day and is offering three options that will have your mouth watering. The Red Velvet & Cherry Ripple unites red velvet pancakes with Jude's cherry ripple ice cream, glace cherries and vanilla cream, the Apple Crumble & Custard consists of fluffy vanilla pancakes, Jude's custard ice cream, Polo's homemade custard and apple crumble and the Tropical combines pancakes with Jude's passion fruit frozen yoghurt and fresh fruit. All three options will be available for the entire 24 hours of Tuesday 13th February. Download
Clerkenwell / Restaurant / Cuisine: Japanese
Adding a Japanese twist to Pancake Day, Jason Atherton's Sosharu are serving up their signature Matcha Mille crepe comprising of layers and layers of crepes sandwiched together with Matcha cream and served with Matcha sorbet and Chantilly cream. Served like a slice of cake, this amazing Japanese style pancake costs just £9 per portion. Download
Kensington / Bar / Restaurant / Hotel / Cuisine: International
Elegant Blakes Restaurant in Kensington dishes up the classic pancakes with bacon and Maple syrup this shrove Tuesday for £11 a shot. If you fancy something a little more healthy choose the mixed berries option whilst gluten free pancakes are also available. Download
Fitzrovia / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
Tuck into the fabulously classic blueberry buttermilk pancakes with bananas at Berners Tavern this Pancake Day. Stacked high, these beauties are topped with honey glazed fruits and are the perfect sweet indulgence. Fans of Nutella will love the Nutella and banana pancake stack smothered with chopped hazelnuts. Divine! Download
Hackney / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
Head on over to Hackney for some truly scrumptious pancakes this Shrove Tuesday (13th Feb). Oslo will be serving up the most mouth watering American style buttermilk pancakes, topped with candied bacon, blueberries and Maple syrup. At just £5.95 each portion, they won't break the bank either. Veges fear not, there is an option for you too. What's more, if you've got tickets for the gig at Oslo that night you'll get 20% off your bill. Download
The Breakfast Club
Soho / Bar / Cuisine: Cafe
First rule of Pancake Club is you DO talk about Pancake Club! Join the brilliant Breakfast Club this Pancake Day (actually from 12th-18th Feb) and choose from an incredible menu of mouth watering crepes from a limited edition menu .The Breakfast Club have joined forces with a variety of foodie friends to deliver an array of pancake choice including pizza madness and boozy deliciousness and vegan delights. What's more, if you can eat a stack of 12 in 12 minutes or less you get them on the house. If not you pay the full price and they donate the profits to their volunteering programme. Available at all Breakfast Club venues throughout London. Download
London Bridge & Bermondsey / Bar / Restaurant / Cuisine: British
aqua shard have created a special dessert and cocktail in honour of Pancake Day 2018, both of which will be available from Monday 12th until Sunday 18th February. Try the delectable Pancake wrap with Gianduja milk chocolate (a sweet chocolate which contains hazelnuts), orange ganache, decadent caramelised bananas and vanilla ice cream for just £9. The Panberry cocktail is superb, made with Mount Gay rum, banana liqueur, maple syrup and rubis (a fortified red wine) and served with a blueberry dust rim, a chocolate meringue and a stack of mini pancakes. (£14). Download
Long Bar at Sanderson
Fitzrovia / Bar / Hotel / Cuisine: British
Tell us, who doesn't love pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner? But what about pancakes and cocktails, or better yet, pancake cocktails. Think homemade pancakes and blueberries with lemon and maple syrup, a dash of mustika liqueur for good measure, topped with fresh cream. At just £14 each, Long Bar's Flip It, Drink it might be our new spirit cocktail. After all, why limit happy to just one hour? Download
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