Pancakes and Tea. (LF, DF, GF)

Whilst on our visit to Liverpool, I was looking for something different for breakfast.  A quick online search of the area revealed ‘The Interesting Eating Company’, which wasn’t far from where we were staying.  It would have been rude not to give it a little visit.

I wasn’t disappointed.  There was a wide variety of food and drink on the menu, and the staff were really helpful and accommodating of my dietary requirements.  They offered gluten free pancakes and were happy to whip up a batch of batter that was both gluten and dairy free. There was a range of different toppings on offer, too.  I chose peanut butter and banana, and it really was as good as it looks.

There was a choice between American and Crepe style pancakes.  On this occasion I decided to have the crepe style.  This turned out to be a light and thin pancake, which had the perfect consistency.  The pancake was not too dense, as some gluten free pancakes can be.  The taste?  Perfect. There really was no difference in flavour between this pancake and a standard one.  This is not a meal I would usually make for myself, so it felt like a real treat.  I could happily have eaten several more of these delicious crepes.

I also had a lovely cup of tea to accompany it.  As you can see, it came as tea leaves in an infuser and had a good depth of flavour.  I had it served with soya milk which went quite well with the tea.

All in all, a fantastic little spot for breakfast, or for a treat at any other time of day.

As always, a link to their website:

http://www.theinterestingeatingcompany.co.uk

Rating 5/5

 

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