10 restaurants to batter up on National Pancake DayTuesday , September 8th , 2015
Pancakes, otherwise known as “flapjacks,” “hotcakes” and even “crepes,” are a versatile dish that can be prepared sweet or savoury to appeal to all tastes.
The recipe originated in ancient times, when flat cakes of grain were cooked over an open fire. Because of their long history, pancakes are often served during holidays, including Shrove Tuesday and Hanukkah.
Pancakes are also a typical morning meal prepared with flour, milk and eggs, and are topped with everything from bacon to bananas. The following listing will lead you to some of the city’s best griddles for a good morning on National Pancake day, or any day of the year!
Visit this Toronto landmark for an epic brunch featuring pancakes topped with seasonally inspired ingredients to start your day off right.
Enjoy a breakfast of champions at this popular Queen Street West eatery that serves its pancakes with pork belly and egg, or with seasonal fruit and real…
The blueberry buttermilk pancakes served at this popular brunch shop will make Mildred’s your new place of Sunday worship!
This Roncesvalles smokehouse serves up lip-smacking, smoked duck pancakes with a blueberry compote and warm chèvre cheese.
Located in Liberty Village, this popular restaurant is highly rated for its stacks of super fluffy buttermilk pancakes and black ’n’ blue flapjacks…
A near institution in Toronto, this College and Bathurst area brunch spot is reputed for its delicious, no-fuss menu, including its banana oatmeal pancakes…
This Queen Street West hipster hot spot is the perfect venue for an early breakfast to fuel your day or a leisurely brunch after a night on the town!
Rise and really shine at this Bloor Street West restaurant, which serves oven-baked pancakes topped with pure maple syrup and your choice of berries,…
If you’re looking for a hearty morning feast, this family-friendly restaurant on Brown’s Line serves its pancakes with a side of home fries and choice…