Dutch Wooden Shoe Cafe – The Windmill Pannekoek
There’s something about the interior of the Dutch Wooden Shoe Cafe that reminds me a bit of The Diner. I mean, sure… The Diner is British while the Dutch Wooden Shoe Cafe is, um, Dutch. Nevertheless, the kitschy knick knacks from the Netherlands is very reminiscent of the tchotchkes at The Diner.
I visited on a cold January morning and wanted something to keep warm. The Hot Chocolate with whipped cream ($3.75) hit the spot and came in a big mug.
The Windmill Pannekoek ($13.35) came out really quick (but it was pretty quiet on my visit). The thin pannekoek was soft and decorated with thinly sliced sausage, spinach, tomato, cheese, and a fried egg. It was almost too pretty to eat… almost.
While the pannekoek is super thin, it’s deceptive because the dish is actually quite filling.
I thoroughly enjoyed my breakfast – love the runny yolk. This restaurant opens at 8am and it’s pretty much seat-yourself. That being said, my service was quite friendly.
3292 Cambie Street
Posted on April 11, 2014, in Breakfast, Brunch, Dutch, Restaurant Review and tagged Breakfast, Brunch, Dutch, Food, Hot Chocolate, Pannekoek, restaurant review, South Cambie, Vancouver. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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