Addictively-Delicious Cheese-Filled Dutch Pancakes At PATH!
The pancake boom is still at its peak in Japan, and what's amazing about it is that there are so many types of pancakes to try with different flavours and textures. The Dutch pancake is like a Danish and is crunchy on the outside and is soft on the inside with melted Burrata cheese inside.
You can spend a beautiful morning at this popular bistro, PATH
PATH is the sister shop of Shibuya's famous Bistro Rojiura. It is managed by Mr.Harashi, which is both owner and chef, and by Mr.Godoushi, the patissier.
PATH sells some delicious home-made bread that you can have there or to go. But as their bread is quite popular, it can often sell-out in the morning.
More than 50 orders of Dutch pancakes everyday!
The outside is crunchy and the inside is soft. A new kind of pancake texture!
The cheese at PATH comes from a store 30 seconds away, which is well-known by cheese lovers, Cheese Stand.
Thanks to that, the cheese is always incredibly fresh.
You can feel the egg texture and there is a nice butter smell.
The batter is slightly sweet and goes very well with the prosciutto and the milky cheese. Once I had a taste, I understood why it was such a popular dish.
Halfway, you can make it sweet for a different taste
The savoury pancake comes with maple syrup, and although you might be hesitant to use it, the maple syrup transforms the taste instantly.
It's like you had a meal and a dessert, all in one.
The maple syrup also deepens the taste of the milky cheese and almost transforms it into a pannacotta.
You can enjoy one dish two ways, so you definitely won't get tired of this tasty pancake!
At night, it turns into a bistro with a nice atmosphere where you can enjoy their nice cuisine.
The staff kindly informed me that if you come from 9:30 in the morning, you don't have to wait in line. Now that you're in on that secret, go check it out for yourself.
- 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.