Pancake fans will not be disappointed while you are in the Amsterdam private tours, as the city has got to offer some really diverse places that serve pancakes topped with powdered sugar, maple syrup and what not. Lately, these delicious savories had turned out to be a full blown meal with its varied pairing up of diverse ingredients. Below mentioned are the best among those restaurants in the whole of Amsterdam.
The adorable and charming restaurant in Amsterdam solely serves pancakes with rather dramatic toppings like salami and cinnamon. The passage to reach the outlet is an interesting deed, as the visitors have to move through a really narrow staircase after mounting on the entrance of Grimburgwal. The ceiling of the dining room is very artistically decorated by adorable Knick-knacks and teapots hung in there.
Bakers & Roasters
At the southern part of canal belt of Amsterdam lays the neighborhood of De Pijp, which is known for its dashing culinary scene. The restaurant is visited by the Dutch population mainly for having brunch. They have got a wide variety to choose from, preferably diverse kinds of pancakes. The delicacy is seldom served with the topping of Canadian Maple syrup along with enough fruits and bacon.
Japanese Pancake World
Being followed by the time-honed techniques, the restaurant is one of the best places where you can devour the delicious Japanese savory pancakes. Regional Osaka Dishes eaten along with potato puree is a sought after recipe besides the popular Hiroshima Pancakes with the crispy toppings of cheese, cabbage, and some meat. Prior to the serving of the main course, the guest can witness the preparation of food as the restaurant houses the open kitchen.
As of the name of the restaurant, it is known for its varied menu of pancakes. With inspirations from both traditional Dutch cooking and internal cuisine, the eatery has a wide range of pancake centric recipe. Based on the style on which they are cooked, the menu of the restaurant is categorized into American and Dutch cakes. Meanwhile, the Dutch pancakes are generally flat compared to the American counterpart that is way fluffier. The toppings on the cake include maple syrup and blueberry sauce.
The interior arrangement of the eatery itself is a place worth visit, as once you step into this pancake house, you would feel that you are being taken back to the Victorian Era. Several wooden horses are erected that are in their galloping mode set in an outmoded carrousel. Sweet ingredients are topped in the pancakes served here, like that of pineapple and even dollops of Nutella!