Pancakes are a popular food worldwide and take many different forms — from the thick, sweet, fluffy creations popular in the US served with sausage and syrup, to the thin crêpes of France and the UK served with lemon juice and sugar, and the stodgy potato versions found in Germany and its vicinity.
Historically, pancakes have been eaten as an energy-packed breakfast or afternoon treat in Europe since the early 15th century and are also the main feature in the Christian tradition of Shrove Tuesday, the day before the Easter abstinence period of Lent starts, when pancakes are cooked to use up any remaining fat, sugar and eggs — all of which are forbidden during Lent.
Nowadays, pancakes can be found everywhere and are currently a trendy treat among Denpasar’s youths.
At Funny Pancake, a café located at Jl. Sesetan 200 in Denpasar, your pancakes are served not o...