|[top] 10 Grain [middle] Buttermilk [bottom] Buckwheat|
- A sweet, spongy pancake. A classic. Moist and airy, this pancake simply cannot disappoint. Enjoy stacks and stacks of 'em on Sundays, when Golden Griddle has an All-You-Can-Eat buffet. Tip: the waffle station has thick & oozy berry (strawberry, blueberry, raspberry) sauces that you might like to ladle on top of these pancakes.
- A dense, thick pancake that isn't so much moist, but rather, crumbly and quite dry. The buckwheat flour gives the pancake a slightly sour/slightly bitter taste and as such, these pancakes are best enjoyed with butter + maple syrup. For acquired/non-fussy palates only.
- A thin, plain pancake that is neither dry nor moist and could very well be considered bland. The inclusion of grains in the pancake give it a bit of bite and wholesomeness. Looks to me like whole wheat flour may be used in the batter, hurrah.
I ♥ Golden Griddle. Their buckwheat pancakes used to be my fave, but I've recently grown fond of all three of them. Stuff yo' face with them flapjacks at $3.99 Pancake Tuesdays! (select locations only)