DeDutch Pannekoek House

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Cuisine type

  • canadian cuisine,

Dishes

  • breakfast,

Features

  • take-out,
Location
10030 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 1R2
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  • $11 to $25,

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You don’t have to be Dutch to enjoy pannekoeken for brunch. These simple pancake-like creations are flat like crepes and come with savoury or sweet toppings, such as chocolate, strawberries and whip cream, or eggs, bacon, maple syrup and tomato. They also serve more traditional brunch items, including French toast, omelettes, bacon and eggs, fruit, granola and yogurt. Or, you can try another popular Dutch delight, called The Bouncer. It’s simply ham, cheese and eggs on bread, served with salad or hash browns.

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This Dutch restaurant has the most unique take on crêpes this side of the Atlantic. The Pannekoeken is a large crêpe topped with a variety of options. Try “The windmill”, which consists of shaved smoked wild B.C. salmon, Edam cheese and Hollandaise sauce.

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Mais oui! Top spots to enjoy crêpes in Edmonton

Dutch pancakes, called pannekoeken, are basically the same as crêpes – really thin pancakes but elevated to the next level, and topped with something sweet or savoury. And, they can be eaten any time of the day, not just for breakfast. DeDutch was originally started by a Dutchman who moved to Canada and brought with him his country’s traditional pancake. Now, you don’t have to travel to the Netherlands to enjoy a crêpe-like concoction topped with anything from strawberries and cream cheese to smoked salmon, edam and hollandaise sauce.

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