Pretty much everyone loves a good pancake, and Where The Pancakes Are really understand that. Tucked away in a Shoreditch-style refurbished area of London Bridge, Where The Pancakes Are has a reputation which surpasses it’s low-key location. The restaurant-come-café is small and homely, and positioning itself as serving honest, good food. I have to say though that the pancakes I saw looked a bit more exciting than a standard pancake. The recipes were unusual (I’d never had a pineapple on a pancake before!) and I was pleasantly surprised by the different options available.
Everything looked pretty new with lots of clean wood. A high ceiling made the atmosphere feel airy and modern, and quite peaceful even though it was nearly full.
The verdict: 8/10 The prices were what we have grown to expect from central London, and the service was a little slow, but the food was fun and tasty and everyone had a great time. If you are a fan of pancakes you must visit Where The Pancakes Are.