• Batter Up Pancakes

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has vegan pancakes and vegan gluten free pancakes. Also offers a vegan breakfast meal with lots of veggies and hash browns. Open Mon-Fri 6:00am-1:30pm, Sat-Sun 6:00am-2:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by Lanahexapod


Points +38

18 Oct 2021

Pancake is huge!

Kinda brand. I got the old fashioned one with the vegan meal (sautéed veggies, hash brown). My wife got French toast with fruit on it. I used some of her fruit on mine, very good. I recommend getting some banana with it. I also made the recommendation to the shop.

Pros: Huge pancake, Comes with vegan butter, Very nice staff

Cons: Pancake bland even with butter and syrup



Points +836

18 Apr 2021

I was surprised!

Only wish they offered more vegan options and more flavor. Oh yeah! The vegan pancakes are massive, so one is all you need.


Points +100

09 Oct 2020

Good pancakes

The options here are hashbrowns and a sauteed veg mix and vegan pancakes (which is rare). It's a great place to go when eating out with meat eaters and you want an option other than fruit and oatmeal for breakfast.


Points +635

04 Jul 2019

Could still have more vegan options, but now have vegan butter!

Delicious vegan pancakes and breakfast. Happy to hear they no longer serve dairy butter on the side and have vegan butter now instead. They could definitely have more options, but happy to have what they do.

Updated from previous review on 2018-08-18

Pros: Yummy food, Good place to eat with non-vegs

Cons: Could have more choices


Points +2319

02 Jul 2019

Vegan pancakes? Absolutely!

I’m not a breakfast eater but I recently had the opportunity to visit batter for breakfast and was pleasantly surprised. Upon entering, me and hubby were greeted by a friendly waiter who led us to our table and took our drink order. I saw they the had fresh squeezed orange juice so I decided to take advantage of this. The juice was a little pricey at $4.99 for a medium (12oz) glass but since this was my first visit there, I decided to treat myself.

As I looked at the menu, I was happy to see that the vegan options were clearly labeled in the “lighter fare” portion of the menu. The three vegan menu options are the vegan meal which consists of spinach, onion, green bell peppers, artichoke hearts, and tomatoes which comes with hash browns and cooked in olive oil. I initially was going to substitute the spinach for mushrooms however the waitress informed me that they cook their mushrooms in butter so I decided to keep the vegan as is.

They also have two vegan pancake options: old fashioned and gluten free. The pancakes are huge and I was pleased that it came with a generous scoop of vegan butter. The food was delicious and the waitress was friendly and attentive. Since I am a HappyCow ambassador for the surrounding area, I brought some “vegan options” stickers along with other stickers to give to management as a way to promote their vegan food options. After I gave the waitress the HappyCow stickers, I was surprised when the restaurant owner came out and thanked me for giving him the stickers and mentioned that they just recently started offering vegan butter to go with their vegan pancakes. I expressed gratitude for them providing vegan breakfast options as well as clearly labeling these options in their menu. I will definitely visit this restaurant again the next time I have a craving for breakfast food.

Their vegan breakfast food options are great and I hope that they consider adding a vegan lunch option (maybe a burger) sometime soon since there has been a large increase in restaurants providing the impossible burger and beyond burger for vegan or veg-curious customers.

Pros: Has two vegan pancake options , Has vegan butter, Friendly staff

Cons: No vegan lunch option


Points +16

15 Jan 2019

Bland food

The vegan meal was bland as were the pancakes.

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