Updated: November 06, 2018
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The 8 Best Pancake Restaurants In Osaka!

Osaka City

If you haven't heard of Japanese pancakes yet, this should definitely be on your must-try list! Japanese pancakes are much fluffier and lighter than American pancakes. If you're a pancake lover, this is what dreams are made of!

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Shiawase no Pancake (幸せのパンケーキ)

"Shiawase (幸せ/happy) no Pancake" is a place that will surely make you happy. They have a menu item called "Shiawase no pancake" (1100 yen), this menu item is named after the restaurant and is the most popular dish. It is served with rich honey and butter. Enjoy these simple yet fluffy and creamy pancakes.

Cafe & Pancake Gram

https://www.cafe-gram.com
Gram only offers these "premium pancake" (950yen) three times a day, and only 20 dishes at each serving time. The serving times are at 11 am, 3 pm, and 6 pm, so it is recommended to get to the restaurant 30 minutes to one hour earlier so you can put your name on the list.

This pancake tower comes topped with butter and powdered sugar, whipped cream and maple syrup on the side. The texture is very light and creamy. It's like a dream!
https://www.cafe-gram.com
They have many locations in Osaka, here is one of them.

j.s. pancake cafe

http://pancake.journal-standard.jp/
Their pancakes are super soft, almost similar to a soufflé. They also offer seasonal flavors, and you can also choose between sweet and savory pancakes all-year long. The sweet pancakes start at ¥800, and the meal pancakes at ¥1,000.
http://pancake.journal-standard.jp/

Bill's

Whether you're craving something sweet or savory, you can find what you're looking for here. If you came in for their pancakes, you won't be disappointed! And you can even bring a health-conscious friend because their salads are also filling and delicious! All their food is super instaworthy (check out their instagram and see for yourself!)
The ricotta pancake comes with a fresh banana, and honeycomb butter (¥1,500)

Pancake Cafe mog

http://www.cafe-mog.com
Pancake Cafe mog, which has 2 branches in Osaka, is a lovely and modern cafe with delicious dishes! The classic pancake dish is delicious and affordable (¥700), they also have whole wheat pancakes, seasonal pancakes, and dessert pancakes (tiramisu, matcha..).
Pack an appetite for this one, they have a marshmallow, caramel and banana pancake! It is all you can want in a pancake and more!
http://www.cafe-mog.com

micasadeco & cafe

Just a few minutes walk from Namba station, this place is also famous for their pancakes! With its refined atmosphere, you can enjoy delicious breakfast. It's open from 9 am, such a perfect time to have breakfast! Their pancakes have well-balanced sweetness and a texture that is super fluffy. You should also try their other menu items. They have pasta, salad and sandwiches. People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000.

BROTHERS CAFE

BROTHERS CAFE only has two branches in Umeda and Namba, so if you are in the Umeda or Namba area, you should definitely check it out! If you are at the Namba branch, you don't want to miss the Namba-limited pancakes "Pancakes that you eat with a spoon"! It's as soft as can be, and can be eaten with just a spoon! Fluffier than a cloud! Their flavors include standard, berries, mango, tiramisu, and fruits.Their popular menu dishes include "Strawberry pancakes" which is available at both stores, savory pancakes, and souffle type pancakes which are super fluffy.


http://www.opa-club.com

Eggs 'n Things

Eggs 'n Things is located a 5-minute walk from the Namba Station. This restaurant is extremely popular for its Hawaiian pancakes that are covered with a mountain of whipped cream! You get to choose the toppings on your pancakes so you'll get exactly what you want. Omelets are also customizable. You should probably choose the very delicious eggs benedict if you're looking for something savory. Most of the menu items are between 1,000 and 1,500 yen.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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