The Original Pancake Kitchen’s new outlet at the Marion Cultural Centre is officially open today (Friday).
The iconic Adelaide restaurant brand is the new eatery in the City of Marion’s heritage-listed building after the former café tenant elected not to continue their lease.
The Marion Cultural Centre at Diagonal Road Oaklands Park will be the Original Pancake Kitchen’s fifth restaurant location, adding to the eatery’s 57-year history of delivering delicious food and family value to Adelaide.
The licensed restaurant will be open from 8 am to 10 pm, seven days a week, offering their famous pancakes plus a special menu of light meals including their smokehouse burgers and rolls.
The Original Pancake Kitchen will be celebrating its grand opening and the school holidays with a range of special activities and offers for children, including a face painter in-house Saturday afternoon, 3 pm to 5 pm, and a ‘Decorate Your Pancake for $5’ every day during the school holidays. Bookings are essential by calling the outlet on 0431 193 732.
The Original Pancake Kitchen still has its original restaurant in Gilbert Place and additional locations at Modbury, Port Adelaide and Reynella as well as a Smokehouse in Hindley Street.
The City of Marion conducted a competitive expression of interest process to find a new tenant for the MCC, selecting the Original Pancake Kitchen as an eatery that would appeal to a wide range of people.
The MCC is home to Gallery M, the Domain theatre, a City of Marion library branch and now an Original Pancake Kitchen outlet.
The building, which has a heritage listing as a significant civic landmark, is celebrating its 21st birthday next month.
For bookings, contact the Original Pancake Kitchen on 0431 193 732.