Pancake Day is nearly here and to celebrate we’ve rounded up 14 of London’s best gluten free vegan sweet pancakes. At the Livia’s Kitchen office we will be creating our favourite pancakes all week. But, if flipping isn’t your thing, we are sure you’ll be able to find the perfect stack at one of these amazing London eateries! Next to each location we have said if they are gluten (GF) or vegan (V).
Whether they are drenched in sticky maple syrup and chocolate sauce or piled high with fruit and whipped coconut cream, we are sure you will love this selection!
Eat By Chloe has FINALLY made opened its doors in Covent Garden, London. With a focus on wholesome, plant-based food, Eat By Chloe serves the most delicious sweet vegan pancakes with whipped maple butter. I can’t wait to make my way through the whole menu. Everything looks so yummy.
Farmacy Kitchen has the dreamiest menu, full of exciting fresh ingredients. Their pancakes are made with buckwheat flour and are both gluten free and vegan. They come served them with the most delicious toppings and sticky maple.
One of London’s most Instagramable brunch spots is currently serving up delicious gluten free buckwheat pancakes topped with amber maple syrup, warm apple, cinnamon and coconut. Besides fluffy pancakes, Farm Girl also have lots of vegan sweet offerings on their menu. Take us there now!
These vegan gluten-free coconut-base pancakes are so fluffy and so indulgent. We love them with a side of their coconut whipped cream and drizzled in maple and chocolate sauce. They also do an apple crumble version which sounds incredible! We discovered them at Camden Market but they also pop up on Brick Lane and Broadway Market. Check out their Instagram for more details.
Ethos is the place to go for fluffy pancakes in central London. With two delicious options, these gluten free pancakes won’t disappoint. Our favourite go-to on a lazy weekend are the banana, chocolate chip and walnut pancakes – yum! However if you are looking for a fresh and fruity start, the blueberry and and greek yoghurt pancakes are divine.
Bhuti Cafe is part of a yoga studio in Richmond. With a their entire menu being gluten free, vegan, organic and refined sugar free, there isn’t much that this trendy cafe doesn’t offer. Their delicious buckwheat power pancakes are stacked high with ripe banana coins and drizzled with maple syrup. These pancakes are a must try!
This foodie haunt is definitely one for all pancake fans. They have a build your own pancakes option and for Pancake Day they have a specials pancake menu including the gluten free and vegan born-to-be-healthy pancake trio served with coconut yoghurt and pomegranate.
Redemption Bar serves up buckwheat pancakes tossed in coconut oil and topped with coconut yoghurt, fresh banana, blueberry compote, caramelised pecans and maple syrup. These are the perfect sweet breakfast option!
You can always count on The Breakfast Club to serve up a huge pancake stack and when it comes to indulgence, they definitely don’t disappoint. For Pancake Day The Breakfast Club have collaborated with vegan cafe Cupcakes And Shhht to create a vegan pancake stack and it looks absolutely amazing!
All of the food at Nama is vegan, organic, unprocessed, gluten free friendly and so delicious. Their blueberry, banana and pine nut pancakes come with a side of coconut ‘mascarpone’ and topped with fresh fruit, dark berry coulis and maple syrup. Seriously, anything doused in maple syrup gets a massive thumbs up from us!
Ella has seriously rustled up the dream combo here. At the Mai Deli you can order chocolate and banana pancakes with toasted coconut flakes and sticky chocolate sauce. All of the dishes are gluten free and vegan.
Kin is a vegetarian cafe with a strong vegan gluten free and raw offering. Their pancakes are both vegan and gluten free. As you can see from the photo they aren’t as indulgent and chocolatey as we would like but they still look pretty great and perfect if you are in central London and need a pancake fix!
Cupcakes and Shhht is the place to go for delicious vegan breakfast. Think thick banana pancakes drizzled with warm golden syrup and a side of unicorn freakshake magic (yes it is as delicious as it sounds). If unicorns aren’t your thing, you wont be disappointed with the extensive list of colourful lattes and yummy cupcakes that are also on offer. If you are south of the river, this is a cafe that you need to know about.