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With Shrove Tuesday just around the corner, Tuesday, 5 March to be precise. We thought that it was the best time to round up some of the best pancakes available in London.

Sure Delia Smith might have the perfect recipe, but 9 times out of 10 they always go wrong. Why go to all the hassle when there are so many amazing places to have gorgeous pancakes in London?

Keep reading to find the best pancakes in London. Warning, this article may make you delirious, hungry and a touch jealous, read with caution…

Where the Pancakes Are | 85a Southwark Bridge Road

Head to Where the Pancakes are for a serious menu of mouth-watering options. Serious pancake connoisseurs will go gooey in the middle at all the choice. Our pick is the Seasonal Pear, pancakes, with a thyme-poached conference pear, lemon zest, salted caramel, cream, and topped with toasted almonds.

 

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Christopher’s | 8 Wellington Street, Covent Garden

This upmarket American diner has buildable options for all your pancake needs. From savoury to sweet and everything in between, everyone is a winner at Christopher’s.

 

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The Book Club | 100-106, Leonard Street

A former warehouse in East London is home to some of the best brunch spreads you can get. This location is home to some serious pancakes, keeping it simple with berries and syrup, no one could deny these are serious batter products.

 

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The Wosley | 160 Piccadilly

Take a seat in serious luxury, and partake in one of London’s top class breakfasts. The pancakes are irresistible. Seriously consider booking, as this place is in demand.

 

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Rail House Cafe | 8 Sir Simon Milton Square

Set in convenient Victoria, The Rail House Café serves a serious breakfast that is not to miss. We love their classic collection of pancakes. Choose from berries, clotted cream, maple syrup or triple-smoked streaky bacon, and maple syrup. What is not to love.

 

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Kensington Creperie | 2-6 Exhibition Road

Just 2 minutes away from the Natural History Museum and the V&A, the Kensington Creperie deals in the super thin French pancakes. This is a serious pancake fan destination, with a huge menu offering over 15 options of both sweet and savoury, as well as daily specials. Our fashion Editor is a huge fan of their peach melba special.

 

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The Breakfast Club | 33 D’Arblay Street

The Breakfast club is a pancake mecca, and every Shrove Tuesday offer an amazing opportunity to all diners. Think you could eat 12 pancakes in 12 minutes?

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Take on the infamous pancake challenge on the 5th March!! £20 per stack- losers pay & winners eat for free! All pancake challenge profits are used to continue our volunteering programs support work with local charities & communities. What a win-win!

 

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Coppa Club | Lower Thames Street

Boasting one of London’s largest terraces overlooking the Thames, grab an Igloo and indulge in some serious batter heaven. Offering some fluffy buttermilk pancakes with all the usual toppings, this is pancakes with a view.

 

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Farm Girl | 59a Portobello Road

Healthy pancakes, surely not? Well, yes actually. At Farm Girl eat guilt free with their gluten-free buckwheat & buttermilk pancakes topped with maple syrup berries, coconut shavings & candied pistachios. These are super Instagramable and heavenly, why aren’t you there right now?

 

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The Delaunay | 55 Aldwych

Located on the corner of Aldwych & Drury Lane and open from early in the morning until late at night, seven days a week, this is a great spot for pancakes in the west end. We have heard so many amazing things about their Buttermilk pancakes with blueberries and crème fraîche.

 

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