Flipping fantastic: The five best places in Edi to deliver pancakes to your door

If you can’t go to the pancakes, the pancakes will come to you

Pancake day, or Shrove Tuesday, is a yearly ritual that the chaps and chapettes of Edi swarm to with gusto. In the constant effort to flex the most insta worthy p-cakes, the student populace can be spotted cooking, brunching and lunching, all in the name of the waffle’s inferior sibling (yes I went there).

However in these current times of social distancing, it’s the year of staying in for your annual dose of syrup or Nutella, so here are the best places for pancakes in Edinburgh, available for delivery right now.

Grams – Uber Eats

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Grams truly provides some of the tastiest and most aesthetic pancakes Edi has to offer, I mean just look at that picture. Perfection.

Seeds For The Soul – Deliveroo/Uber Eats

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Vegan pancakes that will be good for the gram, your tastebuds and the planet? Sign us up!

Le Petit Café -French Crêperie – Deliveroo/Uber Eats

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Technically a crêpe, but we’ll let it slide. Feel more Parisian than Emily herself with a choice of sweet or savoury, traditional French delicacies. Ooh la la.

Coro The Chocolate Cafe – Deliveroo/ Uber Eats

via @coroedinburgh on Instagram

Coro is frankly an Edinburgh institution, deservedly so, that with being able to eat their treats while still in your pyjamas? It’s really a no brainer.

Hula Juice Bar & Cafe – Deliveroo/Uber Eats

via @hulajuicebar on Instagram

A delicious stack of pancakes, chased down with a freshly made, green juice is the balance we should all aim for in 2021. Did I hear someone say *health god*?

Cover image via @deliverooriders_uk on Instagram

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