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Thursday, 19 August 2021



Great informative post! Enjoyed the tidbits about the name and the elk, as well as the food. Thanks


soufflé pancakes look heavenly!


Thanks, RD. I must credit cc for doing the research; I had been trying to complete the post for a few weeks, checking various resources and her blog post had the answers; she is a historian in addition to blogging. The food here is remarkable; I think being forced to limit the menu (because of COVID) has made the quality shine.
Those soufflé pancakes are just the best treat, Kat. Made to order, it is worth the wait.


I really liked Pangea Bakery, and I was sorry to see it go. I think it closed before 85C opened? Anyway, Cake de Partie looks delicious! I had souffle pancakes in Japan, and I can't wait to try their version.


My first post about Pangea was in October 2012 and first time I went to 85C was June 2013 (in Irvine); first 85C opened in San Diego in November 2014...and Pangea was better in a lot of ways, Sandy. I do miss it. The quality at Cake de Partie is remarkable and the soufflé is a fun indulgence.


Cool looking pancake!


The pancake tastes even better than it looks, Soo! Even 'plain' bites were rich, flavorful and didn't need enhancing with the other flavors.

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