Ahhh, pancakes!!! The flat golden cakes made from flour, eggs, and milk that makes any breakfast perfect.
Pancakes are one of the most popular breakfast food in America that can be prepared in many different varieties. But tossing in the air is best left to the chefs as it takes skills who go beyond the ordinary to prepare something truly unique and innovative.
Pancakes can be made in a variety of different ways ranging from vegan to gluten-free and more. In this post, I’ll put together a list of some of the best pancakes in Miami.
B BISTRO + BAKERY
B Bistro + Bakery is an elegant bistro & bakery that serves pastries, desserts, sandwiches along with some delicious pancakes.
The pancakes prepared by Chef Henry Hanés is a homage to Latin-American savory where eggs are whipped and then mixed into flour and milk to create a fluffy batter. Every layer of the pancake is topped with heavy cream, guava cubes, vanilla cookie, and butter laced maple syrup.
Other dishes in the menu includes items like Pastelito Pancakes, Croissant French Toast, Smoked Salmon Scramble, BBB Poke Bowl, Smoked Salmon Tartine, and more.
Address: 600 Brickell Ave #175, Miami, FL 33131, United States
Timings: 8 am–4 pm
IHOP is a restaurant chain that is well known for its wide variety of jumbo tower pancakes and other American fares.
Started in 1958, it has been the place for people to meet and enjoy breakfast. Today there are more than 1600 IHOP restaurants throughout America as well as in other countries like Canada, Dubai, Mexico, and more.
The menu includes many pancake varieties like Mexican Tres Leches Pancakes, Original Buttermilk Pancakes, Double Blueberry Pancakes, Cupcake Pancakes, and other favorites.
Address: 285 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126, United States
Timings: Open 24 hours
Greenstreet Café is an American eatery serving all-day eats in Miami for more than 30 years. The cinnamon roll pancakes are one of the most popular items on their menu. It is also the place to go in Coconut Gove for some mouth-watering pancakes.
There are many different varieties of fluffy pancakes like whole wheat pancakes, cinnamon roll pancakes, protein pancakes, caramelized banana pancakes, blueberry pancakes, gluten-free buttermilk pancakes, and more that will satisfy any person walking through their door.
Address: 3468 Main Hwy, Miami, FL 33133, United States
Sunday to Thursday, 7:30 am–10 pm
Friday & Saturday, 7:30 am–11 pm
AMOUR DE MIAMI
Amour de Miami is ab upbeat French café located in Brickell Avenue that serves breakfast, lunch & dinner that also has outdoor seating.
My favorite here is the pancake burger. French chef Jonathan Miccoli used his grandmother’s recipe to create this unique take on the pancake.
You can eat it plain or top it with Nutella, whipped cream, or caramel for an additional price. You also have the option to mix fruits into the batter like mango, banana, strawberry, etc.
Other favorites in the menu include Florentine Eggs Benedict, Eggs a la Coque, Avocado Toast with Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar, Serrano Omelet, Charcuterie and Cheese Platter, and more.
Address: 921 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States
Timings: 9 am–4 pm
Eating House is a funky eatery located in Coral Gables that serves locally sourced farm-to-table fare in a low-key interior surrounded by graffiti art.
The restaurant has an eclectic menu but the highlight here is the Cap’n Crunch pancakes that are served with vanilla butter, condensed milk syrup, and candied topping for the perfect combination of crunchy and fluffy pancakes.
Other delicious items in the menu include Blackened Shrimp Sandwich, Braised Pork Calentado, Cuban Bread ‘Torrejas’, Brunch ‘Poutine’, Carbonara Eggs Benedict, Cinnamon Roll French Toast, and more.
Address: 804 Ponce de Leon, Coral Gables, FL 33134, United States
Tuesday to Friday, 12 pm–3:45 pm, 5:30 pm–9:45 pm
Saturday, 11 am–2:45 pm, 6 pm–9:45 pm
Sunday, 11 am–2:45 pm
Essensia is a posh eatery located inside The Palms Hotel & Spa that serves new American fare using organic & seasonal ingredients.
An example to show that gluten-free pancakes can be as tasty as classic ones are the Lemon poppyseed quinoa pancakes at Essensia. The nutrition-loaded pancakes have everything including fiber, protein, iron, and other antioxidants good for our body.
The pancakes are topped with blueberries, grated mint, ricotta, and poppyseed is sprinkled on the top for extra flavor and crunchiness. If you want an extra dose of sweetness, there is maple syrup on the side.
The menu includes other favorites like Buttermilk pancakes, Greek Yogurt Parfait, Challah French Toast, All American Breakfast, Breakfast Burrito, and more.
Address: 3025 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, United States
Sunday to Thursday, 7 am–11 am, 6 pm–10 pm
Friday & Saturday, 7 am–3 pm, 6 pm–10 pm
Michael’s Genuine casual eatery spot with an outdoor courtyard located in Miami Design District that serves new American fare, locally sourced comfort food, and creative desserts.
If you are in the mood for traditional pancakes, head over to Michaels’ Genuine which serves the best buttermilk pancakes in Miami. It is topped with caramel, peanuts, and honey crisp apples that will melt in your mouth.
The menu also has other favorite items like Yellowfin Tuna Crudo, Kimchi Benedict, Shakshuka, Milk Chocolate Cremoso, House Smoked Bacon, Lua’s Famous Banana Cream Pie, and more.
Address: 130 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137, United States
Tuesday to Thursday, 11:30 am–10 pm
Friday & Saturday, 11:30 am–10:30 pm
Sunday, 11 am–4 pm
Icebox Café is a stylish eatery with a full bar located in Sunset Harbor Shops that serve health-focused American mains and desserts.
The menu favorite here is the Lemon ricotta pancakes created by Robert Siegmann by mixing finely grated lemon zest into the pancakes.
After experimenting with a variety of dishes, Robert added Lemon ricotta pancakes to his menu in 2015 and since then it has been a local favorite. The pancake is served with whipped cream, maple syrup, wood-smoked bacon, and cream cheese blend.
The other menu favorite includes Smoked Turkey Reube, Icebox Cafe Burger, The Eggbox, Latke and Egg, Icebox Cafe Eggs Benedict, Guava-Filled French Toast, and more.
Address: 1855 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Monday to Thursday, 11 am–9 pm
Friday & Saturday, 11 am–10 pm
Sunday, 10 am–9 pm
Oliver’s Bistro is an American bistro with a buzzy patio located in The Shoppes at West Avenue that serves classical dishes with global twists in a wood-accented restaurant.
The favorite among the locals at this restaurant is the buttermilk pancakes with toppings like chocolate chips, banana, walnuts, blueberries, and strawberries. If you want to try something different, there is the Dutch Apple Pancake.
You can also enjoy other items like Oliver’s Avocado Toast, Classic Corned Beef Hash, The All American Breakfast, Belgian Waffles, Oliver’s Popovers, Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, and more.
Address: 959 West Ave #15, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Timings: 9 am–11 pm
LILIKOI ORGANIC LIVING
Lilikoi Organic Living is a stylish eatery located in Portofino Towers that specializes in organic and seasonal dishes with a Hawaiian twist.
The favorite here is the Sourdough pancakes which are made from sourdough instead of white flour. The pancakes created by Chef Manuel Torterola is so light and fluffy that it melts in your mouth. TO make it even better they are topped with banana, whipped cream, and organic Nutella.
Diners can also enjoy dishes like Gluten-Free Quinoa Waffles, Whole Wheat Veggie Bagel, Sousvide Eggs Benedict, Lilikoi Brunch Platter, Breakfast Burrito, and more.
Address: 500 South Pointe Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Timings: 8 am–7 pm
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