50 YEAR CELEBRATIONS
The Pancake Parlour has been passionately devoted to making every customer's visit a delicious and memorable experience for the past five decades.
Our leadership team, family and friends took a little time out to celebrate 50 Years of Fabulous Food and Fun!
Pictured: The Pancake Parlour's CEO Simon Meadmore, Managing Director Mandy David and Director Owen Turner.
The Big Umbrella
With a smile and a spatula, The Pancake Parlour supported Melbourne’s The Big Umbrella foundation as part of our Shrove Tuesday, International Pancake Day 2015 activities.
Thank-you to all those who helped us raise $15,000. These much needed funds will help The Big Umbrella's A Real Meal program provide food to Melbourne's homeless.
Every Thursday during February, The Pancake Parlour’s team members also volunteered with the A Real Meal program at Flinders Street Station feeding pancakes, soup and bakery goods to more than 300 people each week.
International Pancake Day 2015
What a day! Did you see where we flipped up to celebrate International Pancake Day? If you missed all the Pancake Fun at Flinders Street Station you can watch it here ...
The Big Flip
The Big Flip - Toss a pancake, break a record!
3AW'S Breakfast On Ice
We are very proud to again be part of 3AW’s Annual Breakfast Challenge and this year, before Medibank Icehouse launches their quirky new sport “Wonderballz” on Ice, Ross Stevenson and John Burns from 3AW’s Breakfast show agreed to give it a trial run.
What an epic battle it was, with the breakfast duo joined by sports reporter Jon Anderson, newsreader David Armstrong, Mt Buller’s Dave Clarke and Olympic speed skater Lachy Hay, all competing in a Southern-hemisphere first: bubble soccer on ice. Final Score tied 1-1.
And the best thing about it? It was all for charity! The Pancake Parlour donated $20,000 to the James Macready-Bryan Foundation and Very Special Kids.
Supporting the Philippines Disaster
Thank-you to all our LOVELY! customers helping raise $7825.00 for those affected by the Philippines Disaster.
The Pancake Parlour will be joining forces with the Starlight Foundation this Christmas to grant a seriously ill child a once-in-a-lifetime wish.
There are currently 670 seriously ill children waiting to have wishes granted and the Starlight Foundation aims to grant 185 of these wishes by Christmas.
Read some of the inspirational stories here:
Go Green Strategy
In collaboration with Cardia Bioplastics Limited, The Pancake Parlour has implemented a “Go Green Strategy” that will reduce the carbon footprint of its Melbourne restaurants and, at the same time, provide an environmental benefit by using Cardia’s compostable and hybrid bioplastics technology-based products.
The model will allow us to lower our carbon footprint and no longer provide conventional carrier bags to our customers or use conventional waste garbage bags in our restaurants.
Many kind and wonderful people have supported us over the past four decades and helping us become a Melbourne institution. We want to give our thanks by supporting our local community in as many ways as we can. We are proudly seeking to develop relationships with local community clubs and sporting teams in order to help them grow and prosper, and we look to provide our sponsors with as many opportunities as possible in the hope they have a fun and exciting experience with us. Visit our dedicated Facebook page to see the community groups and projects we support.
THE FAMOUS SHORT STACK NOW GLUTEN FREE FRIENDLY!
Gluten-intolerant patrons can again delight in our pancake fare with the recent launch of our famous “Short Stack” as a gluten-free friendly option.
Our 11 Melbourne restaurants have introduced a rice-and-maize-based buttermilk pancake mix. For the past 12 months, we have been researching and developing what we feel is the best gluten-free pancake mix on the market.
Australian Business Review
The Pancake Parlour CEO Simon Meadmore talks social media, Millennials, and how the Melbourne-based restaurant group stays fresh and current. Read on to find out more...