Pancake Jaffles twist tradition at Shucked Espresso
Remember the days when grandma used to make jaffles at snack time? Simple ham and cheese toasted creations that just tasted out of this world, with stretchy melted cheese oozing out the sides with each bite.
Now we’re not saying the pancake jaffles at Shucked Espresso could replace such a loveable memory, but they are still a super inventive brunch choice, bringing smiles to the faces of little and big kids alike.
Situated in Newstead, Shucked is a peaceful nook, despite its commercial surroundings.
The industrial vintage interior feels casual and humble, yet emits a clever design aesthetic, with the 1960s-inspired colour palette of the wallpaper and upholstery both comfortingly nostalgic and beautifully curated.
A combination of two childhood favourite treats, the pancake jaffles are a sweet take on tradition, with the Chantilly cream drizzled in rose syrup a distinctively ‘grown-up’ addition. Order with one of Shucked’s double ristretto-based coffees, which are light, smooth and ever so pretty when topped with a little latte art.
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