Pancakes in Nagpur – who would’ve thought! But yes, the chocolate room has a decent collection (7-8 variants, anyway). After hearing the usual rave reviews about any new place that opens (they said Cad-B was good!), I dropped in with a friend the day before, and I jumped in my seat when I saw they had a pancakes section!I tried the vanilla and chocolate ones with fresh cream, a cherry, ice cream and chocolate syrup. Sure, they were doughy and heavy instead of cooked and light, and yes, they hardened up towards the end instead of remaining just moist and soft – but hey, pancakes in Nagpur! I’m going to try the whole menu in time. The true test of a pancake place is in the classic buttermilk pancake with maple syrup presentation. They cost Rs.109 a plate, at least now. Wait till people start ordering more of it. Many will order because it is new, sounds foreign and hence is cool to have. That’s what happened with the CCD Espresso shot. Many poor guys gulping down insipid, strong, bad black coffee because it is manly and the pubescent girls go ‘Oooh!’ The guy fights back his facial contortions, shrugs and coolly says, “I always have black coffee. No sugar.” Moral of the Story: Try the pancake menu before their first menu revision. Once you are through it, you’re over it.