Lovely pancakes more like crepes. Speedy but slightly over attentive service. A good breakfast Pitt stop
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This is fine if you like lots of carbs (toast and hashbrowns and pancakes) and meat. They don't know how to make an omelette. The one I had was watery and completely lacking in flavour. Also, asking for extra fruit instead of toast results in...More
One of my favorite breakfast places to meet with friends. I like their Trail mix Dutch pancake which comes with apple and honey. A lot of different types of Dutch pancakes to choose from plus other menu items for breakfast or lunch. Good coffee and...More
Had the farmer panekoek and various variations today A little expensive by at the same time filling. Kids loved it and had us repeat the performance twice in three days. Good. At the Best Western Hotel. There's a second but it is second. Best Western...More
Always busy which is a great sign. Food is Dutch oriented but to be honest it doesn't matter if you like pancakes or typical Canadian breakfast it is all here. It is more expensive than other breakfast options but portion sizes are big so it...More
I had the banana, walnut pannekoeken with maple syrup. Warm, carmelized banana and walnuts embedded within the pannekoeken was delicious! Plus the portion was very generous. I love trying different foods and this was such a treat! Coffee was good and always flowing.
The scrambled eggs were so full of tomatoes, raw onions and poor bacon, I had to put most of them aside so I could eat the eggs, The server put me on the corner, facing the wall, instead of facing the window... The fruits were...More
If you want cheap, cheerful and fast try the Corner Café on Pemberton - classic fifties diner actually used in filming. With the time you save, you can go to the Persian bakery at the back of the Afra deli and get some fresh baked...More
The prices here were too much! We looked at the menu and left. Rediculus to charge 10 to15.00 for frikin pancakes!
So I had heard great things about this restaurant and I wanted to try it. I moved here from a city where breakfast is a big deal and there are breakfast spots all over the city. De Dutch is one of the few and only...More