Have yourself a merry little Mamma White’s Christmas


There are few things more tempting than a delicious pancake smothered in scrumptious toppings. In today’s guest blog Rebecca White, owner of Mamma White’s Pancake Parlour in Newark, writes about why it’s the perfect place to bring the family this Christmas . . . 

If you’re stuck for things to do with the kids over the festive period and fancy ditching the Christmas pud for something a little different, Mamma White’s Pancake Parlour is the ultimate treat. The parlour, which is located near the Market Square in Newark’s town centre, is the perfect place to put your feet up and enjoy some delicious food with the family after a busy day Christmas shopping.

Indulge the family with some delicious wintery themed pancakes which are sure to get everyone in the festive spirit. Enjoy some sweet Christmas spice with a Jamaican ginger cake and maple syrup pancake, or let Mamma White spoil you with her recommendation of sweet crêpes filled with poached pears, apricots, almonds and crème fraiche – a true winter warmer on a cold, frosty day!

Perhaps you’d prefer something savoury? Try a warm buckwheat pancake filled with crispy chorizo, spinach, onion chutney, roast pepper and mozzarella. This flavour combination certainly rivals turkey and stuffing…

Or, for those who fancy something a little meatier than a pancake, Big Apple Hot Dogs are now available at Mamma White’s. New to the parlour, Mamma White’s are sure to be the best hot dogs in town. Don’t believe it? Try them for yourself!

Mamma White’s is perfect for little ones, who can enjoy the interactive menu which allows them to tick boxes in order to design their perfect pancake. The kids are also encouraged to draw a Christmassy picture for Mamma White – whether it be a drawing of Rudolph eating his favourite Christmas pancake or Santa tucking into a chocolate brownie crêpe!

Mamma White’s offer vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free options to satisfy all dietary requirements and don’t forget to enjoy a tea, coffee, ice cream shake or smoothie with your stack of pancakes.

You can visit Mamma White’s at 40 Stodman St, NG24 1AW, seven days a week from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Further details are available on the website

Posted on 19 December 2014
Featured author: Catherine Allen Marketing Assistant

Arts fan, runner and cyclist who has been living in Nottingham for more than a decade. Loves real ale, craft beer, good food, travelling and sausage dogs.

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