1. Do you cook only pancakes or you have other offers in your menu?

We don’t cook any other dishes in our Pancake Houses. Our specialization is American and international pancakes. There are more than 24 kinds of pancakes in our menu: savory and sweet, thin and thick, big and small, vegetarian and with meat, potato pancakes (please, take a look at our menu. 2 pancake houses have the different menu).

2. Do you have gluten-free pancakes?

No. We cook only American authentic pancakes and use the original recipe. We understand that many customers prefer gluten-free food and will develop the new recipe as soon as possible.

3. Can I reserve a table?

Unfortunately, we do not take reservations. However the rotation during busy days is quite rapid, therefore the waiting time for a table is reasonable. But if you are a big group (10 people and more) it is better to call us and get us prepared in advance.

4. Will I gain weight if I eat pancakes often?

If you eat pancakes for breakfast or lunch, don’t be afraid of extra calories. Morning calories never turn into fat. Your body spends them all. Researchers have found that, on average, people who eat breakfast are thinner than those who don’t. That could be because eating foods with protein and fiber in the morning keeps your appetite in check the rest of the day.

5. How long should I wait for my order?

The average time to cook a portion is 5-7 minutes. If it is a busy day and there is a big line in front of you it can be longer, depend on the number of people in line. We do our best and cook as quickly as possible. We always try to upgrade our technologies, strengthen our team with additional employees, and optimize our menu. However, in spite of all these facts, the average time to cook a portion is 5-7 minutes. We thank all our guests for their patience. If you appreciate hot and fresh made meal it takes time to cook.

6. Do you serve alcohol?

No, we do not. When people drink alcohol they can lose control. It can be a reason for an accident. We don’t want to push people to any crucial mistakes or things they will be sorry about.