Where the Pancakes Are | South East

Borough, Food & Drink, London Bridge, Southwark

Why not kick start your weekend with some functional training at F-45 or aerial acrobatics with a group of friends at Flying Fantastic before rewarding efforts at Where The Pancakes Are, the healthier creperie that cuts the unnecessary sugar and stodge!

There are a variety of sweet and savoury options including vegan, dairy free and wheat free pancakes but if you’re feeling super healthy opt for The Australian – corn fritters with creme fraiche, lemon and avocado – obviously. They also do one called ‘1,000-baby-greens’ with cumin, green chilli, spring onions and lime coriander butter.

If you’ve got more of a sweet tooth with a heavy appreciation of Maple Syrup, you’ll be pleased to know they take it pretty seriously here. The 100% pure grade A syrup is sourced from over 2000 family run farms who have been tapping their trees for generations. It’s also a healthier choice with 50% less calories than honey, packed with zinc, magnesium, calcium and potassium and anti-oxidants!

If you fancy an organic cider with your pancake (we don’t blame you) there’s plenty to choose from.

Address: Flat Iron Square, 85a Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 1NQ

Tube: Southwark (Jubilee), Borough (Northern)

Price: Pancakes from £5.50

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