The Pancake Pantry is a family run business that has been serving up sweet treats in Hillsboro Village for the last 55 years.
The Pancake Pantry uses secret recipes that have been passed down the same family for over half a century, the syrup is served warm and has it’s own magical ingredients.
[symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Caribbean Pancakes
A natural delight! Five buttermilk pancakes surrounded by slices of banana, a handful of pecans, topped with shredded coconut, powdered sugar, and a cherry on top. Served with butter and syrup.[/symple_box] [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Smoky Mountain Buckwheat Cakes
A dark flavored whole grain, which produces a fluffy, light pancake. Served five cakes high with butter and honey. [/symple_box] [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Sante Fe Cornmeal Pancakes
Three stone-ground cornmeal pancakes with pieces of bacon, cheddar cheese, and roasted green chilies cooked inside.
Recommended with warm maple syrup to blend flavors, hot picante salsa and sour cream.
[/symple_box] [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Georgia Peach Pancakes
Three light, rolled pancakes, each hold a dollop of cooled sweetbGeorgia peach compote. Topped with more delicious cooled compote, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.[/symple_box] [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Sweet Potato Pancakes
Five real sweet potatoes in a fluffy batter make this our most unique pancake. Sprinkled with powdered sugar and cinnamon. We also recommend cinnamon cream syrup as an accent.[/symple_box] The creative cooks operate from an extensive Breakfast and Lunch menu in a relaxing and open ambiance.
Visitors pile into the Pantry every day from 6am queuing for popular dishes such as Sweet Potato Pancakes and the Old Fashioned Buttermilk.
The extensive varieties and wonderful decor have given The Pancake Pantry well deserved accreditation, and amazing feedback on Trip Advisor.
The waiting area inside the Pantry has seats and a book shelf. You can also enjoy the pictures of what the Pantry used to look like when it first opened in 1961.
We dined at the Pancake Pantry as a couple and waited in line for around 15 minutes.
Were were brought forward from the middle of the queue after two seats became available.
If you’re dining with a large group, expect to wait for up to an hour at peak times, particularly in the tourist season. If you want to be served quicker, consider splitting into smaller groups.
We ordered two house coffees (with free refills), The Chocolate Sin and the Swiss Chocolate Chip pancakes (in our pre-vegan days). [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Chocolate Sin
Three of our light crepe style pancakes filled with a chocolate ganache then topped with raspberry compote, powdered sugar, more chocolate ganache, and fresh whipped cream. [/symple_box] [symple_box style=”boxnotice”]Swiss Chocolate Chip Pancakes
For chocolate lovers! Five old fashioned buttermilk pancakes covered with semi-sweet Bakers chocolate chips. Sprinkled with powdered sugar. Served with butter and warm syrup[/symple_box] Both dishes were filling and delicious, the best pancakes we had ever had, a true American experience. The staff were incredible and they really enjoyed our British accents!
Visit the Pancake Pantry website for more information.
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