My Old Dutch Kensington
For a country famed for its 'flatness', it seems fitting that the My Old Dutch Kensington restaurant is a pancake house, serving an almost-impossibly complete variety of pancake dishes that are sure to delight all types of tastebuds. The history of My Old Dutch dates to the 1950s, when the first establishment was opened in London's West End, near to Covent Garden and the City. Its warm and friendly atmosphere, delicious and innovative cuisine and attractive welcome that is a firm favourite with kids has ensured that the chain has been a roaring success.
The My Old Dutch Kensington is located on Kensington Church Street, serving both sweet and savoury pancake dishes are offered, making this a fantastic option for any type of social occasion, or simply for any kind of meal. The laid-back atmosphere and bright décor makes it a firm favourite with pretty much all types of diner, particularly families and tourists drawn by its vibrancy and uniqueness.
Celebrations of all things Dutch are found at the My Old Dutch Kensington. Aside from the fruit flavoured beers, there are also all the famous Dutch beers, including Grolsch, Hoegaarden and Amstel, plus all manner of milkshakes and smoothies. It is the pancakes, though, that attract the customers. Savoury pancakes include the smoked bacon with chicken, ham and peppers, the Amsterdammer with sauteed apple and bacon, the creamed spinach with cheese, the seafood pancake, the greek pancake, the smoked salmon pancake, the lamb stew, the chicken curry, the hot Dutch and the four cheese, to name just a few. Sweet pancakes come with all manner of fruits, syrups, sauces and ice creams, while there are also some classic Dutch starters available too.
Opening times: Monday - Saturday: 10:30 - 23:00, Sunday: 10:30 - 22:00
16 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, Kennington, W8 4EPView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- Families With Teenagers
Best For What
- Quick Bites