Costing £3m, bar restaurant Albert’s Schloss opened its doors in Liverpool in December and on Pancake Day it will be offering an array of one-off pancake dishes for the whole day
Albert’s Schloss Liverpool will be offering pancakes all day on Pancake Day on Tuesday, February 21.
Its ‘Pancake Haus’ will be serving up an array of pancake recipes. One day-only dishes will be targeted at fans of both sweet and savoury with toppings such as ice cream, caramelised bananas, streaky bacon and fried eggs.
Costing £3m, Albert’s Schloss opened its doors in a former gas showroom in Bold Street in December. Described as a ‘Bavarian palace inspired by the bohemian spirit’ it has created 200 jobs.
First announced in the summer, it joins the brand’s other venues in Manchester and Birmingham. Named in honour of Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert, Albert’s Schloss is being opened by hospitality group Mission Mars.
The company already operates Albert’s Schenke in Hanover Street in Liverpool city centre.
Being served from 9am, the pancake dishes will include the wünder – banoffee pie. It comprises a fluffy, thick pancake stack, topped with caramelised bananas, a scoop of creamy, artisan vanilla ice-cream and a drizzling of sweet caramel sauce.
Diners can go extra sweet with fresh berries, including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries, plus a scoop of artisan vanilla ice-cream, topped with maple syrup.
For the savoury pancake lovers there is maple streaky bacon, fried Burford brown eggs and maple syrup. Klassic Alpine-inspired Cook Haus and Bier Halle food will also be available as usual.