The Buying Solution’s London team suggest some of the best places to go and eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Pancakes in west, south & south-west London
Year-round brunch spot on Pavilion Road, Chelsea & Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill.
Richmond—Breton-inspired crepes & gallettes overlooking the River.
Hammersmith—a few minutes’ walk from the Tube station.
Kensington High Street & King’s Road, Chelsea—London’s original pancake house.
Putney—New Zealand-style café.
Brixton—for sweet and savoury crepes.
Pancakes in central London
Covent Garden—French restaurant and Breton creperie.
King’s Cross & Clerkenwell—as above.
Piccadilly—grand European-style cafe.
Fitzrovia—all day restaurant with “pancakes to die for”, according to one fan.
Aldwych—another European café-style restaurant which is open all day.
Southwark Bridge—dedicated to pancakes.
Pop up in Fortnum & Mason’s Lower Ground Floor for Shrove Tuesday.
Soho (and other areas)—another good brunch spot.
Pancakes in east London
Clapton—a creperie serving traditional buckwheat pancakes.
Hackney E5—serves savoury crepes and waffles.
Commercial St E—artisanal coffee and breakfast spot.
Clapton E5—fashionable breakfast cafe in Lower Hackney.