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The Pancake Manor

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Published September 5th 2011

What would you expect to pay for some of the finest gourmet pancakes in Brisbane? If you're thinking more than $15 your savings account is going to thank you. A 24 hour licensed restaurant, The Pancake Manor has been serving low-cost, quality food for over 30 years. This renowned Brisbane restaurant is known by locals as the place to go for gourmet pancakes and crepes, steaks and burgers straight from the grill and popular late evening/early morning snacks after a night out with friends.

Expect to pay just $10 to $15 for one of their gourmet dessert pancakes. Personally, I think the names alone are worth that amount. Choose from delights like the Blueberry Heaven Jaffa Orange, Hot 'n' Troppo, Macadamia Madness, Chocolate Jewels, Blackforest Cherry or Brandied Apricots for only $12.95 each.
Gourmet Pancakes at The Pancake Manor (left to right) Chocolate Jewels, Macadamia Madness, Blackforest Cherry, Hot 'n' Troppo


If crepes are more your style there is a large range of gourmet mouthfuls to choose from like the Greek Delight, Mexicana or for vegetarian diners the Vegetable Crepe. Entrée size crepes will cost you a mere $14.95 and a main size $20.95. All crepe dishes are served with a garden salad on the side.
Crepes at The Pancake Manor (left to right) Mexicana, Greek Delight, Vegetable Crepe


The Ultimate
On the menu is what's known as Brisbane's number one gourmet dessert crepe, The Ultimate, priced at $14.50. Meatier dishes are available like the gourmet beef or chicken burger straight from the grill for just over $20. A ribeye steak dish cooked just how you like it will cost you under $30.

There are plenty of side orders and smaller meals to choose from like wedges, nachos, ceaser salad or The Classic ("original potato pancakes with melted cheese, grilled pineapple and banana served with sour cream, hollandaise sauce and a crisp garden salad").
Pancake Manor's Meatier Dishes - Gourmet Burgers, Ribeye Steak and The Classic


The Good Knight Bar
The Good Knight Bar
Want to relax after dinner? Part of The Pancake Manor and situated directly underneath the restaurant is The Good Knight Bar. Opening in 2005, the bar has a reputation for providing drinks at low prices. It features music, pool tables and televisions screens for sport lovers. You can hire the venue free of charge for any social or private function and they cater for all size groups – small and large.

Pancake manor is a 24 hour, fully licensed restaurant offering patrons an additional takeaway service. The restaurant is child friendly and several activities are held throughout the year like the school holidays Kids Pancake Decorating.

The Pancake Manor is located at 18 Charlotte Street, Brisbane City and is open 7 days per week, 24 hours a day.

An additional Pancake Manor restaurant is located at 43 Brisbane Road, Newtown. It's fully licensed and opened 7 days per week (though not 24 hours). Opening hours for the Ipswich restaurant are Monday to Thursday 9am to 10pm; Friday 9am to late; Saturday 8am to late and Sunday 8am to 10pm.
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Why? 24 hours of Gourmet Pancakes, Crepes, Burgers and Steaks
When: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Where: 18 Charlotte Street, Brisbane City
Cost: Varies
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Been to pancake manor Ipswich several times. Nice atmosphere and yummy pancakes. Worth a visit.
By Anonymous
Friday, 13th of January @ 09:26 am
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