My Old Dutch (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 131-132 High Holborn / London / WC1V 6PS / England / Pancake house
Newest Review: ... amazing. Each day they have a special offer, on a Monday all of thr pancakes are five pounds (instead of around ��9.50) and then the rest of the week they have a "lunchtime" menu which offers a limited selection of pancakes in 3 courses for around ��7 for 2 courses. I ordered off the lunchtime menu, and had pepperoni and mushrooms on my ... more
Customer My Old Dutch (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
We visited the Kensington branch if my old Dutch last week and I was very impressed. My old Dutch is a pancake house essentially. There are 3 branches in London and I understand the Kensington branch is thr newest. The menu is extensive, I don't think we are very adventurous with our pancakes here and seeing the huge array of toppings was amazing. Each day they have a special offer, on a Monday all of thr pancakes are five pounds (instead of around ��9.50) and then the rest of the week they have a "lunchtime" menu which offers a limited selection of pancakes in 3 courses for around ��7 for 2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Pancakes should be simple to make since they are only flour, egg and milk right? Well I do like pancakes and not just on Shrove Tuesday but very rarely make them myself. When I fancy a fix I will go to a pancake house or creperie. I have fond memories of the Pancake Place in Scotland and the now sadly gone Dutch Pancake House in Manchester. Now I am in London I do not have to go without my pancake fix as I have discovered My Old Dutch Pancake House. My Old Dutch Pancake House is a mini chain of Pancake Houses with branches in Holborn Central London, Ealing and Chelsea with a new one in Kensington recently opened. I've only visited the Holborn one but if the others ... Read the complete review
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