Looking for somewhere to get pancakes near you this Pancake Day? You've come to the right place.
We've put together a list of the BEST places for pancakes up and down the UK, so you can satisfy your sweet tooth. So grab the phone and make a booking ASAP, because these places are popular.
Sheffield: The Cabin
The Cabin is the go-to pancake spot in Sheffield (if you know, you know). With the majority of the menu dedicated to pancakes and waffles, this Canadian-style eatery won’t disappoint brunch lovers. If you’re looking to go on Pancake Day, make sure to ring ahead and book beforehand (yes, that’s how busy it gets). Find the Cabin at the bottom of the Moor in Sheffield city centre.
Leeds: If Up North
This indie brunch spot has the fluffiest pancakes in Leeds (we’ll bet on it). If Up North's American style pancakes are to die for. If you’re more of a savoury fan, you won’t be disappointed by their savoury brunch pancakes with cheesy scrambled eggs, streaky bacon and salsa. Head to Vicar Lane in Kirkgate to find If Up North.
Norwich: Café 33
Café 33's pancakes are to die for. Their signature American-style pancakes are topped with Greek Yogurt, pecan nuts and maple syrup (a great combo). You can add fruit or bacon too, and they have vegan pancakes available for those who want them. Find Café 33 on Exchange Street, just around the corner from Norwich University of the Arts.
Southampton: Stakks Pancake House
Stakks is number one in Southampton for a reason; they are passionate about pancakes, and it shows in their fluffy stacks. From the Ultimate Weekender stack to the Chocoholic option, you won’t be disappointed. This pancake house also comes complete with both vegan and gluten free menus, meaning everyone is catered for. Find Stakks Pancake House in Marlands Shopping Centre.
Brighton: The Breakfast Club
This list wouldn’t be complete without the Breakfast Club in Brighton. The stacks here are taller than you could ever dream, and are absolutely loaded with toppings (we dare you to try to finish a stack without passing out). Their vegan pancakes are as good as the originals, and they have gluten free options available too. Find the Breakfast Club on Market Street, near Brighton Town Hall.
Bath: Beyond the Kale
This vegan cafe is in the Top 10 'Quick Bites' in Bath on Tripadvisor, and it's definitely deserving. With a bunch of all-vegan options on the menu, the food tastes as good as it looks. I mean, look at this spread? Find Beyond the Kale at Green Park Station.
Bristol: Ironworks Supply Co
Home to the fluffiest pancakes in Bristol (we'll bet on it), Ironworks Supply Co are a go-to for brunch. With stacks of three or six available, their pancakes are made fresh and come with a choice of two fillings (and there are loads to choose from). The six stack is pretty big, so if you're feeling hungry, this is deffo the place to visit. Find Ironworks Supply Co on Broad Street, next to the Mercure.
Coventry: Sprinkles Gelato
Renowned for its dessert selection, the crepes at Sprinkles are the perfect treat in Coventry. With a bunch of flavours, from banoffee or belgian chocolate to brownie heaven, there are a selection of stacks to suit your taste. Find Sprinkles on Hales Street in the City Centre.