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Best pancakes in London

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Knight Frank
London and Country specialist property buying agents
12 Feb 2018  |   Thea Carroll


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

Granger & Co

Year-round brunch spot on Pavilion Road, Chelsea & Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill.

Chez Lindsay

Richmond—Breton-inspired crepes & gallettes overlooking the River.

La Petite Bretagne

Hammersmith—a few minutes’ walk from the Tube station.

My Old Dutch

Kensington High Street & King’s Road, Chelsea—London’s original pancake house.

Tried & True

Putney—New Zealand-style café.

Senzala Creperie

Brixton—for sweet and savoury crepes.


Pancakes in central London


Covent Garden—French restaurant and Breton creperie.

Granger & Co

King’s Cross & Clerkenwell—as above.

The Wolseley

Piccadilly—grand European-style cafe.

Riding House Cafe

Fitzrovia—all day restaurant with “pancakes to die for”, according to one fan.

The Delaunay

Aldwych—another European café-style restaurant which is open all day.

Where the Pancakes Are

Southwark Bridge—dedicated to pancakes.

Pancakes in Piccadilly

Pop up in Fortnum & Mason’s Lower Ground Floor for Shrove Tuesday.

The Breakfast Club

Soho (and other areas)—another good brunch spot.


Pancakes in east London

Le Merlin

Clapton—a creperie serving traditional buckwheat pancakes.

Creperie du Monde

Hackney E5—serves savoury crepes and waffles.


Commercial St E—artisanal coffee and breakfast spot.

Cafe Miami

Clapton E5—fashionable breakfast cafe in Lower Hackney.


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