Pancakes on the Rocks Surfers Paradise, the perfect venue for breakfast with the family.

Opening at The Rocks in Sydney 17 August, 1975, the idea behind Pancakes On The Rocks goes back to the late 1950’s when some intrepid Australians went on a road trip across America. They noticed the popularity of pancakes on the menus in American restaurants and wanted to bring that love of pancakes to Australia. They opened their first restaurant in Adelaide in 1965 and then opened around Victoria. The original founders separated with one moving to Sydney and opening Pancakes On The Rocks. As a company they continued to pursue their vision of creating casual dining, family restaurants that featured pancakes and had something for everyone on the menu.

In 1994, Pancakes On The Rocks embarked on a rebirth by adding to the menu, pizzas, a new range of salads, crepes, pancakes and their now famous beef and pork ribs. The new look menu proved very popular for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. To meet the increasing demand for Pancakes On The Rocks they opened another restaurant at Northmead in 2006, serving the same the popular dishes found at the original restaurant. Pancakes on the Rocks then opened sites across Sydney at Darling Harbour, Campbelltown, North Strathfield, Beverly Hills and also at Soul Boardwalk on the Gold Coast in Queensland.