Best Breakfast Place in Littleton. We always have to wait but it's worth the wait as they really know how to make a nice breakfast. That being said, I do think it's slightly overpriced unless you share items family style. But we always enjoy being there and love the food. Wish we didn't have to wait so long on weekends because that is usually the reason we end up deciding NOT to go there. You have to go very early on a weekend to get right in or have minimal wait but we will definitely keep it as our favorite breakfast spot!
Worth waking up early for.
My whole family despise waking up early but this place makes it bearable.
Everything we have tried has been spot on and better than anything grandma can whip up. Sometimes on the weekend they even have free coffee while you wait (and wait you will if you don't go early!). Yummy yum yum.
Breakfast done very well. Imagine a Denny's/Village Inn/Perkins where the service is better and the place is a bit cleaner and the atmosphere is a bit lighter. Then layer a perfect breakfast on top of that, and you have the Pancake House. I am fanatical about several things here. The coffee is unfussy but good. The fresh squeezed orange juice. Consistently better than most fresh squeezed; is good even when oranges aren't in season. The pecan pancakes with the delightful tropical syrup (better than the pure maple syrup, even). The real whipped cream. Perfectly ripe fresh fruit. Bacon and eggs that are always cooked perfectly. Never undercooked, never undercooked. That kind of consistency is very, very rare, from my observations. Lastly, the 'dutch baby' on the memu is actually a 'pannekoeken' -- which I am obsessed with from travelling to Minnesota. Delicious eggy pancake that comes to your table hot and puffed up several inches from the steam built up while baking... yum. And the apple version is even better.
Made-to-order breakfasts---including over a dozen unique flapjacks---stack the odds in this restaurant's favor..
Founded in Oregon circa 1953, this simply-furnished spot owes its success to its creative menu and fresh ingredients. Batters are made on the premises; a special "sourdough starter" keeps treats from tasting overly sweet. Patrons choose from eggs, waffles, crepes and oven-baked omelets, as well as signature plates like blueberry pancakes (served with or without compote), giant cinnamon-glazed apple pancakes, thin and chewy "49-ers" and the air-filled, lemon-and-sugar-topped "Dutch Baby."
Great Breakfast Place. A fun place for breakfast, friendly service, a wide variety of choices from baked apple pancakes the size of a souffle, to delicate crepes or hearty bacon and eggs. Quarters are close, so don't expect much privacy, but bring the kids, you'll have a great time and a full stomach.
Potato Pancakes and Crepes to Die For. What a wonderful discovery for a breakfast restaurant. It was our time today and we'll be back. The lines are long but move quickly. The menu is extensive and the French Toast, Crepes and Potato Pancakes are nothing but outstanding. In spite of being very busy this morning (New Year's day) the food and the service was excellent and we were not rushed out the door. We will try the East Belleview location next time since it is closer to us.
Best pancakes!!! Any kind you can think of they have it here!. Got to try the patty sausage and the german pancakes. The swedish pancakes are great too! If you like fresh squeezed juice they have some great choices as well.
User review by sherrycronin. Make plans to go back to sleep after your meal!
Try them during the week. It was so loud on a Sunday morning we couldn't hear each other. Lot's of noisy kids. Had trouble getting a second cup of coffee. The food was great. I'd come back, but not on a weekend.
They know their pancakes!. Ah...to start your morning right you need to have a cup of coffee and a heaping plate of pancakes from this place. Sometimes the wait can be long but so what? It's actually worth the wait!
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