Food Review: Serene versus Life-On-The-Fast-Lane Vibes Chez PanCake Hub

Where to get American breakfast in Lagos

Trudging through a gate into the building and though a footpath, my friend Dups and I beheld a quaint little hut-esque structure in a serene environment with loads of greens, Never mind that it was slightly uneasy to find because there wasn’t exactly a logo at number 17 Jibowu Street. Let me take that back. There wasn’t a logo of pancake hub that I could see without crossing the street and standing really close to it.

On a high note, we were greeted by polite cooks and an easy going manager also interacted with us quite a bit,  who definitely spread that ease.

I also had this debate with Dups about the ambience being too serene. I feel like pancakes are not the average Nigerian breakfast (lol, yes we went in the morning), and so I would have preferred a life-on-the-fast-line kind of vibe

But i guess serene also works…hmm

What does anyone think?

PS: We also had an interesting conversation with Musa from Brainiacs. So just in case you want to learn to code, hit the braniacs.com.ng website

Image Courtesies:

https://ofadaa.com/lagos/restaurants/pancake-hub

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Ose Binitie is no random blogger; having aced a blogging stint at FAB Magazine and now successfully running two independent blogs, she'd say she was pretty awesome. She loves language, music, writing and so many other things! Check out her posts at www.emphaticdynamo.com and hellurrrandom.wordpress.com

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