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The oven-baked German pancake at this Westchester-proximate coffee shop feeds three: It's brown around the edges, crisp and spongy like a giant Yorkshire pudding, thickening into a dense, moist, springy crepe as you descend into the pancake's interior. Less voracious appetites may wish to try the extra-cinnamony apple pancakes, or the thin, crisp Swedish pancakes, or French pancakes rolled in flavored butter, or the potato pancakes, sour, lacy-edged crepes that happen to have a little grated potato stirred into them.
Dear Mr. Gold,When I was growing up in the Midwest, I was very fond of what they used to call German pancakes or Dutch babies, puffy pancakes, as big as Mylar balloons, that were usually served with powdered sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice.... More »
I try to eat here when I am in town as I like the Complete chicken dinner- (White w/Skin: 2 Breast, 1 wing) ,Creamed Spinach,Mashed potatoes, soup depends on the day but I like potato leek soup served Thursday or a chef salad any other day. I like their Sweet potato pie and can not say enough good things about it. Dinah’s Family Resaurant first opened its doors in 1959. Forty-eight years later and still family owned. I recommend that you take the time to enjoy the food as dinning and dashing will ruin your pleasure.
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