I was compelled to try them because the product shot looked interesting in the skillet and it was different to a British and American pancake.
The pancakes are only served from 11am to 6pm.
When I arrived I did not know that but since it was the only item I came for I asked if it was still available so she said until 6, but since I did not what the current time was I asked her the time and it would have been good if she just told me simply if it was still available or not.
Sat down and quickly ordered the Dutch oven pancake.
I will be back for this Dutch baby and the taco rice.
While I was there, I was surprised to see a cute little bird hopping about on the floor but my camera was not quick enough to snap it ><
I also wanted to try the currywurst but it did not look German, nor does the other currywursts served in Hong Kong.
Although I have not been to Germany, but the currywursts taught in German GCSEs did not look like that.
They were sliced sausages in paper boxes topped with ketchups, curry ketchups and other sauces.
Dutch baby pancake:
As I have not tried this before I got the most basic one because I was more interested in the pancake.
The texture of the pancake was soft in the middle and crispy on the surface and bottom.
It reminded me of a sweet version of Yorkshire pudding so it tastes nothing like an American or English or French pancake.
I loved this pancake so much, it was soft and fragrant. It so soft and crispy just like a yorkshire and I could not get enough of it.
Although it looks really greasy on the photo it was not.
However just a tiny bit stuck to the pan.
After googling it, it turns out they are served for breakfast and they are similar to Yorkshire puddings.
Although it sounds Dutch, it is actually American and it is more commonly known as a dutch baby pancake or a German pancake, a Bismarck, or a Dutch puff.
They were introduced in the first half of the 1900s, anyway this is the first place in HK I have tried it but there may be other places that have it too that I have not discovered.
The earlier versions of the Dutch baby were three mini ones.
It is made with eggs, flour, sugar, milk and baked in a metal pan and falls when it is taken from the oven.
I wish they had the Baby apple which has apple slices embedded in it served in America.