1 | The Botanist
If you thought pancakes were just about lemon and sugar then head to Sloane Square, where the Botanist will have a much more extravagant variation on the lunch and dinner menus: Grilled king prawn and chorizo crepe served with bisque sauce. That should change your mind.
No 7 Sloane Square, London SW1W 8EE; thebotanistsloanesquare.com
2 | One Canada Square The ground floor restaurant of this iconic building is serving up blackberry pancakes served with Greek yoghurt, pistachio and maple syrup.
Floor Level 0, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AB; onecanadasquarerestaurant.com
[Above: The Botanist on Sloane Square's lobster pancake]
7 | The Pearson Room It's already known for its eclectic menu, so we're looking forward to The Pearson Room's special Korean-inspired pancakes stuffed with Kimchi leaves and prawns (£7.50). A filling but fresh change to the norm.
16-19 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5ER; thepearsonroom.co.uk
8 | Riding House Café The Fitzrovia restaurant is offering a mouth-watering Ranch special of pulled pork, BBQ sauce, crème fraiche and fiery jalapenos. Plus, the menu's running all week-long, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Score.
43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7PQ; ridinghousecafe.co.uk
9 | Sixtyone Restaurant Tucked behind Marble Arch, away from the mania of Oxford Street, this elegant restaurant has limited edition pancake dishes on its menu on Tuesday only, including the very special potato nutmeg pancake with foie gras and macerated Muscatel grapes.
61 Upper Berkeley Street, London, W1H 7PP; sixtyonerestaurant.co.uk
10 | Senzala Nestled right in the heart of Brixton market, this Brazilian crêperie is a must-visit and has an encyclopedic list of both savoury and sweet options. You should set aside a good while for eating here to try as many as you can, but the full English pancake is hard to beat.
Brixton Village Market, 41-42 Coldharbour Lane, London, SW9 8PS; senzalacrêperie.co.uk
Any we've missed?