I must have bad luck that every time I go to Paddington Pancake, I tend to meet with less than satisfactory service. I had tried the outlet at The Curve many months ago and wasn’t happy. We tried the outlet in QueensBay Mall, Penang and it wasn’t good. I had been to the Queensbay Mall outlet twice.
I like the pancake, but Paddington Pancake must seriously organise their staffs better. They have many, many waiters and waitresses. But there are a few that needs proper training. For e.g. they will stand there and not responding until we flail our hands for the menu. Then, the previous time I was there, the waiter took our order and instead of going to the kitchen to deliver the order, he went to the next table to take another order.
I was served by a waiter with a strong B.O. today and I tell you, it is not pleasant when you expect your machiato to come with a nice coffee aroma but assaulted with the armpit smell of the waiter instead. So, having said that, there are a few Malay waiters who are really great, polite and know how to recommend their pancakes.
Now on to the food. Like I said, I love the pancakes. This is the Paddington Dollar pancakes which my toddler loves to bits. It is actually a plate of tiny pancakes with sausages, crispy ham, lots of peppers and vegetables and guacamole dip. I used a 50 cents coin to show how small the tiny pancakes are. Cute, right?
It has a mild taste and my toddler loves the pancake and sausage bits and I enjoyed the guacamole with the vege and pickles.
The price? Only RM12.50 – 10% (for Jusco cardholder). A worth eat because the plate is so huge, it can feeds two person.