We never close.
The Original Pancake Kitchen first opened in 1965, and the door never closes. (Seriously, there’s not even a lock on it.)
This is the home of Adelaide’s first fluffy American-style pancakes, and generations of South Australians have a Pancake Kitchen story to share. Happily, unlike those early days when guests tended to wash their own dishes after their meal, there’s now table service. And there’s also a lot more than just pancakes going on here.
Think burgers, bright zesty salads, crispy chicken wings and the $26 steak. Think a la carte dinner menu and a full vegan menu too. All this plus sweet and savoury pancake options, shakes, coffee to go, and diner-style hospitality.
We don’t like to use the word unique often, mostly because most things actually aren’t. But the Original Pancake Kitchen is unique in a quintessentially South Australian way – it has the only 24/7 liquor licence in Adelaide.
So, if you’ve just hit town and the clock says breakfast but your body says dinner, it’s no problem. Salad at 3am? Sure. Late lunch? Come on in. Breakfast any time of day or night? Absolutely.
The Original Pancake Kitchen is, quite simply, an Adelaide tradition. Isn’t it time to create your own Original Pancake Kitchen story?
> Free wifi
> Check out the collection of artworks going back to the 1950s and see if you can find Adelaide Railway Station’s original clock!
24 hours a day