Where to get pancakes in Bristol 2022: best cafes and restaurants near me for Pancake Day

Pancake Day is just around the corner - why not treat yourself to some pancakes at a cafe or restaurant?

Pancake Day has surprised us this year by landing in March rather than February so we’ve had to wait a bit longer for a day of overindulgence.

Pancake Day, which is also known as Shrove Tuesday, falls on 1 March this year and starts a 47 day countdown to Easter.

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So if you’ve been caught out by the change of date and don’t have plans to make pancakes at home, here are the best cafes and restaurants in Bristol to celebrate Pancake Day 2022.

The Crepe and Coffee Cabin

With rave reviews totalling to 4.6 out of 5 stars on Google Reviews, The Crepe and Coffee Cabin in Bristol looks like the perfect place to celebrate Pancake Day.

What this small food hub lacks in size it more than makes up for in flavour, boasting a taste bud tickling menu offering a selection of crepes to enjoy.

Based near the docks, this cabin is walk-ins and passing trade only so no need to make a reservation.

Open 7am to 5.30pm on weekdays, you can also enjoy their food from 9am to 5.30pm on the weekend.

Address: Prince Street, Bristol, BS1 4QA

Phone Number: 07428 008044

The Crafty Egg

Not only does this brunch cafe sell a selection of indoor plants, but they boast some of the tastiest pancakes in the city.

Enjoy some fluffy delights covered in maple syrup, and choose between a number of tasty treats to add on top such as Nutella and mixed berries.

Doors to this establishment open at 8am and close at 4pm on weekdays, and 9am to 4pm on weekends.

The Crafty Egg does not take bookings or reservations, so celebrate Pancake Day by walking into the cafe on March 1.

Address: 113 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RW

Phone Number: 0117 904 6027


This beautiful and pristine cafe located on Bristol’s waterfront could be the best place to enjoy pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.

Enjoy scenic views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge when you tuck into some homemade Scotch pancakes, with juicy streaky bacon, maple syrup, and an extra topping of your choice.

Opening hours include from 7am to 4pm from Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm on Saturdays and 9am to 4pm on Sundays - however, last orders are 3.30pm every day.

Address: 1 Brunel Lock Road, Cumberland Basin, Bristol, BS1 6XS

Phone Number: 0117 9255 800

Mud Dock Cafe

As part of its breakfast menu, which is served till noon on weekdays and 3pm on  weekends, there are tasty pancake options for March 1.

Not only are they gluten free, but Mud Dock Cafe boasts fluffy buttermilk pancakes that can be topped with Nutella, banana, golden syrup and much more (£7.50 too, which is a more than affordable price).

This cafe, which is a part of ‘Bristol’s best bike shop’, opens its doors 10am to 5pm on Mondays and Tuesdays, then from 10am to 9pm for the rest of the week.

If you are visiting the cafe on short notice, make a reservation by phoning the establishment directly.

Address: 40 The Grove, Bristol, BS1 4RB

Phone Number: 0117 934 9734

Quay Street Diner

To celebrate Pancake Day at Quay Street Diner in Bristol, you will need to enjoy the succulent fluffy delights on the weekend.

As part of its weekend menu, the restaurant boasts one of their more popular menu items, ‘Pancakes Stack’, where you make the choice between bacon and maple syrup or blueberries and maple syrup as tasty toppings.

Served 9am to 3pm on Saturdays and 9am to 5pm on Sundays, you can make a reservation online and for more information, click here.

Address: 2 Quay Street, Bristol, BS1 2JL