As if you needed an excuse to eat pancakes! Today is International Pancake Day. So we thought we’d celebrate by sharing five of our favourite inner Sydney spots to grab a stack.
Porch & Parlour, North Bondi
The green pea pancakes at this North Bondi joint are legendary so it’s only fitting that you should give them a whirl. This is less pancake and more pan-meal. Topped with a poached egg, avo, fetta and mint, these pancakes will make your tastebuds pop.
Bills Café, Darlinghurst
Is it the honeycomb butter? Maybe it’s the plump berries or the just-ripe bananas? Bills has been serving up some of Sydney’s best pancakes long before ricotta rich creations became a Sydney staple.
Bread & Circus, Alexandria
Even the healthiest amongst us likes to indulge in a pancake or two. The pancakes from wholefood café Bread & Circus in Alexandria should satisfy your cravings. These flourless pancakes offer up caramelised banana alongside a lemon butter that’s sure to delight those thirst for citrus.
Pancakes aren’t just breakfast food. If you want to try something little different why not give the Vietnamese pancakes at Phamish a try? Made from rice flour and coconut milk, these savoury sensations will appeal to those looking for a more-ish starter. Indulge in the duck and prawn pancakes – you’ll thank us!
Flour Drum, Newtown
Those with a serious sugar craving should look no further than Newtown’s flour drum. Apart from a range of delectable cakes, and delish cookies, this brunch hot spot offers a seriously decadent pancake stack featuring grilled caramelised bananas, dulce de leche, berry tinged mascarpone and maple syrup topped with a bejewelled Anzac. Heavenly!