Review: Nowhere Man's pancake club

If there’s one thing we love at Brighton Girl, it’s brunch. So you can imagine that we positively scrambled over each other (see what we did there?) when Nowhere Man invited us over to review their Pancake Club.

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Nowhere Man is a beautifully curated coffee shop that is quite literally from another time. With an eclectic but stunning collection of 70's leather, crockery, and quirky touches combined with a dreamy soundtrack, you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd been transported back in time.

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But Nowhere Man is more than just an insanely Instagrammable coffee shop. Aside from their offering of Horsham Coffee Roaster espresso and an array of tasty cakes (many of which are vegan by the way), they have a whole menu dedicated to pancakes. Enter the Brighton Girls.

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We arrived slightly worse for wear after partying hard at the Brighton Girl Party the night before, in need of sustenance and comfort. Between us we ordered three stacks of Intermediate Pancakes (bacon rashers and maple butter), a stack of Advanced Pancakes (bacon rashers, scrambled egg and maple butter) and one of the Chocolate Banana Pancakes. We tucked in to our stacks, enjoying the moment so much we hardly spoke.

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The portion sizes here are generous, with thick yet fluffy pancakes that are smothered in toppings. Some of us actually struggled to defeat our stacks, and it was with a heavy heart that we laid down our knives and forks.

Nowhere Man not only have an incredible choice of pancakes, but they are also able to create gluten or dairy free stacks for just Β£1.00 extra.We can assure you, they taste delicious!

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With something to offer everyone, and an incredibly cool atmosphere to soak up the vibes in, Nowhere Man has quickly become a Brighton Girl favourite, and probably the destination of our next post-Brighton-Girl-Party debriefing!

Photos and words by Sammy Paget.

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