I’d been dreaming about these dulche de leche pancakes forever. I’m usually sold on the sight of fluffy pancakes alone, let alone when they’re drowned in a dreamy dulche de leche sauce. Even the word dulche de leche sounds incredible doesn’t it!? For those of you who don’t know what it is (what planet are you from!?) it’s like a creamier, more indulgent version of caramel, and it is divine! I’d seen them across social media and they were every bit as good as they look – if not better. Four thick, fluffy ricotta pancakes piled up high and topped with lashings of dulche de leche, sliced banana and a sprinkling of icing sugar – look at the shine on that sauce!
Last month I was lucky enough to be able to take my sister to another one of Taste Film’s events. After an incredible evening at Hook (which you can read all about here), I had no doubt that she’d enjoy it and I couldn’t wait to go down again!
When cookie dough is done well, it’s hard to imagine a more perfect treat! I am a self-proclaimed cookie monster – along with cakes they’re probably my favourite baked item – and usually my first choice from any supermarket bakery (unless I’m at Morrisons in which case their incredible donuts always seem to find their way into my trolley!).
I’m going to keep this post short and sweet.. like the amount of time it took me to get through every flavour Doughnut Time have to offer 😉
Watch out Duck & Waffle.. you’ve got competition!
I thought Duck & Waffle had everything – great food, good service and stunning views.. but what if you could have all of that and the brunch was bottomless!? There are many bottomless brunches in London, but most of them (unfortunately for me!) are bottomless drinks. And let’s be honest – it’s the food I’m interested in.