The discount is not off the special menu, the discount is only valid on the main pancake and waffle menu. Tastecard discount is not available on Pancake day.
Once known simply as Dudley’s Pancake House, this staple of Barnet’s dining scene had to rebrand itself as Dudley’s Pancake and Grill after creating some gourmet burgers too good to only cook once.
Since then the menu at Dudley’s Pancake and Grill has grown into something wonderful; a list of delights that covers flavours from across the world, hand in hand with sweet and savoury pancakes.
With a talented team of chefs running the kitchen, whom together have a culminated culinary background of over 35 years cooking pancakes alone, diners can visit Dudley’s Pancake and Grill with the utmost confidence that every dish served with be delicious and that every pancake ordered will be the best around for miles.
Begin with one of the excellent appetisers, including the likes of the spicy Buffalo wings, marinated in an authentic American buffalo sauce and paired with a homemade barbecue dip, the tantalising coconut enriched king prawns, marinated in lime juice and coated in breadcrumbs, and the fiery stuffed jalapeno pepper, partnered with a chilli jam.
With the mood still set to more conventional meals, consider one of the fantastic options for a main course, such as the refreshing Spanish Mixed Salad, tossed with grilled chicken breast, sun dried tomatoes and Dijon mustard coated chorizo, the juicy Bushwacker Burger, handmade from locally sourced beef and stacked with caramelised onions, crispy bacon and Jalapeno Jack cheese, and the succulent chargrilled Southern BBQ Ribs.
Moving onto the ‘pancake’ part of the restaurant, there are a plethora of both sweet and savoury delights to enjoy. Superb savoury choices like the rich La Creperie, filled with creamy spinach, ham hock and fresh garlic, and the irresistible hoi sin duck, packed with capsicum enhanced duck breast, mange tout and hoi sin sauce, contrast spectacularly to the sublime sweet treats, with exquisite offerings such as the divine Nadication, crammed full of homemade white and milk chocolate with Baileys sauce and vanilla ice cream, and the heavenly toffee apple, containing butterscotch syrup, apple compote and a dash of cinnamon.
With a wealth of other options, both for savoury and sweet sensations, diners are highly advised to visit Dudley’s Pancake and Grill and see what wonder are in store for them.
Please note: The restaurant is extremely busy on a Sunday. The restaurant may not be able to take tastecard members due to this. Please call in advance to see if the restaurant has the availability.