Enjoy Pancakes Today at Rachel’s Breakfast and Lunch Cafe in RI

pancakes at Rachel's Cafe in Rhode IslandFor many people, pancakes are one of those foods that they could eat morning, noon, or night. At Rachel’s Cafe, we serve our famous pancakes for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Pancakes, which are enjoyed in many various shapes and fashions all over the world, may also be topped with a wide range of delectable ingredients and toppings to help commemorate the changing of the seasons. Naturally, there are fall flavors like pumpkin spice and apple pancakes, winter flavors like peppermint and egg nog, and spring and summer flavors like fresh berries.

Pancakes in Rhode Island at Rachel’s Cafe

Make sure to review our pancake offerings when you visit Rachel’s South County breakfast and lunch café. We offer a lot of seasonal specials and are working to invent new tastes and popular flavor combinations year-round. Our Nutella pancakes and delectable Apple Crisp pancakes in Rhode Island are currently available for takeout and dining in. When you visit our South Kingstown breakfast restaurant, you may even customize any of our menu items by adding more fruit and other toppings.

While Americans often picture fluffy buttermilk pancakes, there are many different types of pancakes served around the globe. For example, the Dutch micro pancakes, fluffy Japanese pancakes, and incredibly thin French crepe pancakes – these have been trending online. The staple ingredients of an American pancake are flour, sugar, eggs, milk, baking powder, and a dash of salt. Most visitors to our South County breakfast and lunch café arrive expecting pancakes, which are frequently served with maple syrup and breakfast meats like bacon or sausage.

International Types of Pancakes

If you have pancakes in the UK, you will get something completely different than the fluffy buttermilk style you’re used to at home. Because baking powder is not used to give pancakes the extra lift, British pancakes are thinner than American-style pancakes. Not necessarily as thin as French crepes, but a lot more light than what we have here in most breakfast and lunch cafe settings. Drop scones, which is another name for Scotch pancakes, are thickened with the addition of cream of tartar. Again, these are much different than anything you are likely used to in the states.

Made from buckwheat and yeast, blinis are the pancakes that are offered in Russia. They come with salty garnishes like caviar or sour cream. Savory pancakes prepared with wheat and semolina flour and shaped into squares are popular in Morocco. You guessed it: potatoes are used to make Irish boxty pancakes, which are either eaten as a snack or as a side dish with a meal. Two more spicy Korean and Italian pancakes. The contents of the Korean version include rice and green onions, but the Italian version is crepe-thin and filled with cheese or meat. Australian pancakes are smaller and sweetened with icing sugar and German Dutch Baby pancakes, which are usually topped with powdered sugar and fresh fruit, are also something new to many Americans.

South County Breakfast Dishes

Traditional buttermilk pancakes are what we offer as the base for our seasonal offerings at our South County breakfast and lunch café. We provide two enormous, exceptionally fluffy pancakes, warmed syrup, and butter. A scoop of ice cream is also an option, and customers can add chocolate chips, banana slices, strawberries, or blueberries. Originally offered just during the holidays, our Oreo Cookie pancakes have since gained popularity and are now part of the regular menu. It has crumbled Oreo cookies and a delectable frosting on top. We also have Cinnamon Apple Pancakes, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pancakes, and a selection of French Toast and Belgian Waffle options on our menu.

This spring, you can enjoy a wide range of new tastes and flavors in pancakes, French toast, scramblers, and other delicious all day treats. Enjoy our fluffy pancakes at any time during our restaurant hours at Rachel’s South County breakfast and lunch café, along with your selection of milk, chocolate milk, fresh juices, smoothies, and coffee drinks.

Visit Our Local Breakfast and Lunch Cafe

Make sure to visit Rachel’s Café if you have a taste for South Kingstown pancakes and other real-food menu items. We are open seven days a week, starting at seven in the morning, and can be found at South County Commons Way in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Monday through Saturday, we close at 3 p.m., and on Sunday, we close early at 2 p.m. We are also now closed on Wednesdays. You can utilize our online order system or give us a call at 401-783-7888 to place your order for curbside pickup.