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Blini Pancake Cafe – an Estonian owned cafe in Perth

An Estonian couple have opened a pancake cafe in Perth. Their cafe and pancake recipe was recently featured on the SBS website.

A flip of a pancake would end up changing the lives of Estonian couple, Tanel Akolov and Anett Kamara. The couple migrated to Perth in 2014 after falling in love with the Western Australian city while they were backpacking around the country. After leaving their hometown of Jüri in northern Estonia, it became the couple’s dream to bring a taste of the Baltic region to their new home by opening Blini Pancake Cafe in the inner suburb of Victoria Park in 2020.

Read the whole story, and (get the recipe!) on the SBS website: Estonian pancakes are the best of both worlds



Opening Hours: open daily from 8am to 2pm and 6pm to 8pm.

Address: 339 Albany Hwy, Victoria Park WA 6100

By Kristi Barrow

Loves all things Estonian. Especially Crafters Elderflower gin. Aussie born.