signature dish restaurant Pancake Parlour in Canberra no more, but Capital Pancakes brings new opportunities
by：Two Eight 2019-08-14
The owner renamed Capital pancakes in their original location, and the same "heart and soul" behind the operation embodied in the original pancake manufacturer Philip Barton ".Mr. Barton is a regular visitor to a long-lasting restaurant.xa0Passing.xa0The trade tools of his sons Jefferson and Luca.Luccaxa0Has takenxa0After cultivating the art of the perfect pancake, pick up the spatula."Luca finally kicked me out of the kitchen, even though I cook occasionally," said Mr. Barton ."."They like to shut me out and Luca said I complained too much.The 21-year-old Lucca and Mr. Barton were as big as when the Kansas chef taught him to cook."I think Luca will be as good as me."I am the best pancake chef ever," said Mr. Barton .".The pancake store opened in Canberra in 1984 and has since maintained stability in the Canberra community.But the separation from the pancake store franchise means that Mr. Barton can cut the price significantly and return to the concept he originally envisioned.xa0More than 50 years ago in MelbourneA family restaurant with affordable prices.\ "When I started my business, the price of a stack of  pancakes was 35 cents, and it would be $12 in 51 years.90."I am frustrated with this," said Mr. Barton .".Without the cost of franchising, he said,xa0They can sell the same product for $9.Under their own brand.Mr. Barton said the signature dish on the new menu was blueberry.The recipe is described as "Blueberry inlaid cinnamon pancakes" and is designed to ensure that the pancakes are still up to the desired specifications."All views have to do with this," Mr. Barton said while cooking pancakes .".\ "You have to turn it at the right time so it can still rise.It must be dark brown, not golden, but still loose enough, so the heat hits oxygen and forces it to rise when you turn it.If you look closely, you can see the beautiful rise there.You don't have a great pancake if you don't rise.Barton said he did not expect the change to affect customers."I think Canadians will adapt to it very, very quickly because the nature of this place has not changed."My staff, the chefs are the same.xa0It is the same, and many dishes are the same.Only the name is changed.The basic features of this place, the heart and soul of this place, are still exactly the same.