I think foodies can agree that macaroni and cheese goes with just about anything, or at least, with a lot more things than our parents used it for. It's in sandwiches, stuffed under meat dishes, and so why not put it in a pancake? Which is exactly what I had at Honey's Sit n Eat. Read my full review after the break.
My daughter and I were at the start of an all-day walk through Philadelphia (one of America's most walkable cities although I don't see Savannah on the list). We stopped at Honey's Sit N Eat and I ordered the Mac & Cheese Pancake off the daily special menu.
|Mac & Cheese Pancakes at Honey's Sit N Eat in Philadelphia|
The tanginess of the buttermilk pancake combines well with the cheddar cheese of the mac n cheese. This pancake tasted so good that I had eaten most of it before trying any syrup on it. (Which as it turns out, it doesn't really need.)
My daughter pointed out that the mac & cheese is very traditional -- it's simply good mac & cheese. Nothing fancy, which is why this pancake works so well.
|Challah Monte Cristo sandwich at Honey's Sit N Eat in Philadelphia|
We were both very full and didn't end up eating lunch until well after noon despite all the walking we did.
TIP: It's cash only at Honey's.
Check out these other kicked-up pancakes I've had so far on my trip from California --