“a bit of the country in tuscon”
"As we sat in a booth at Millie’s Pancake House one morning about seven o’clock, we heard a group of people in the next room singing, “My Country ‘Tis of Thee…” It was a branch of the local Lions Club, who meet here regularly to discuss business and eat Millie’s breakfasts. This is a comfortable place to meet, whether you are a club, a couple, or a single traveler. Decorated in a country-craftsy style, with heart-shape cut-outs in the wooden booth-backs, Millie’s is civilized and totally welcoming. The specialty of the house, of course, is pancakes. They come in different sizes and flavors, from basic buttermilk (which are thick, steamy, and light-textured) to wafer thin crepes that are used as “French pancakes” topped with jelly, Cointreau, cherry, or apricot. The super-thin ones are also used for “Swedish pancakes,” which are accompanied by a cup of lingonberry sauce. We are partial to the potato pancakes, with their rugged spuddy texture, available with apple sauce and/or sour cream and, of course, a breakfast meat of choice. The top-of-the-line item on the breakfast menu is the German apple pancake, a plate-sized behemoth that is filled with spiced cooked apples and takes a full 25 minutes to prepare. At lunch, Millie’s offers hamburgers and sandwiches and salads that you can have topped with the house specialty, Dutch Dressing, an intriguing creamy sweet-and-sour concoction. The beverage list includes ice cream sodas and milk shakes in all the usual flavors plus blueberry. A second Millie’s is located at 7053 N. Oracle. " -http://roadfood.com/Restaurant/Review/597-597/millies-pancake-haus
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Millie's Pancake Haus
- Sun, Tue - Sat: 6:30 am - 2:00 pm
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