REVIEW: The Pancake Manor in Charlotte Street Brisbane

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The Pancake Manor is a Brisbane restaurant in Charlotte Street, that serves pancakes, crepes salads and steaks in a heritage-listed, ghost-trail listed, iconic restaurant in the centre of the CBD.

We visited to celebrate my grandfathers birthday and to check it out and report back to you!

I am Master 13 and here is what I thought of our visit:

Value for money: 4
Variety of kids menu: 3
Portion sizes: 5
Food quality: 5
Special dietary options: 5
Overall: 4

The Pancake Manor is a premium food and dining option in the Brisbane CBD. Located at 18 Charlotte Street, this is a wonderful restaurant for your family to visit.

The menu at The Pancake Manor is expansive and caters for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. As it is open 24 hours, you really can just eat at anytime you are hungry! There are so many wonderful meals for everyone, sweet and savory.


The Pancake Manor Brisbane

Staff Friendliness 5
Willingness to accommodate kids 5
Prompt delivery of meals 5
Additional services (eg childcare) N/A

We loved our meal at The Pancake Manor. The staff were super friendly and accommodating, and brought us exactly what we ordered. 

I ordered the Strawberry Patch, my cousins, Master 11 ordered the bacon, egg and hash, while Miss 9 decided on the pancake, egg and hash. All the meals were fantastic (and we struggled to finish it all). Overall, the food was wonderful quality. 5 stars.


Room for prams and strollers 3
Play area N/A
Caters to all age groups 3
Is there adequate parking? 3

The Pancake Manor has pretty good facilities. The toilets are located downstairs from the restaurant, and they are fairly clean. Parking outside the restaurant was fine when we visited on Sunday morning, but it is located in the CBD so it might not always be free. There is room at the front of the restaurant for a few prams but not that many. You will have to climb a few stairs to get into the restaurant too.

The also have a function room you can book for special occasions.


The gorgeous setting, located in an old converted church creates the feeling of a relaxed environment that makes this a wonderful atmosphere for families. When the restaurant is operating at capacity, there is plenty of room in the restaurant to seat at least 100 people. 

At no point did we feel rushed that we needed to leave so more people could use our table. 


Overall this was a wonderful dining out experience in the Brisbane CBD. The beauty of the restaurant was stunning, and the whole family enjoyed their time here. 

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Alex Mergler

Alex has been writing for his mum's website since he was 10 years old and now he runs his own website, Get Out with Kids. He attends high school and works part time at McDonald's. Born in the UK but growing up in Australia he has a passion for travel, and has visited more than 25 countries. He has a Cert III in Hospitality and holds the Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate. With this background he is well qualified to write the website's restaurant reviews and travel articles. When he grows up he aims to be a pilot and is currently studying for his Recreational Pilot License.

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