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Pancake House Classic Favorites

Pancake House is one of those restaurants that's been around for ages. It serves not only pancakes but other comfort food as well.


Spaghetti. This tastes beefy and tomato-ey at the same time. It has a generous sprinkle of cheddar cheese. This is what spaghetti used to taste like in the olden days when sugar is not added. ;)


Taco. The beef is there under the cheese and lettuce. I love taco although sometimes I find it difficult to eat since its crumbly. Anyways, what's a taco without some hot sauce to make you loco?


Classic Pancake. Now this is divine. I know that there are many variations of pancakes but sometimes, we all end up craving for simplicity. These pancakes are fluffy and best paired with the creamy butter and maple syrup (not in photo). Really, really good especially if you eat it while its still warm.




Pancake House
Ground Floor, Bldg. A
SM City Bicutan
Paranaque City

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