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The Pfunky Griddle
2800 Bransford Ave, Nashville, TN 37204
All you can eat pancake order. We ordered 2 sides of bacon, a side of potatoes, 2 eggs, chose strawberry, banana and blueberries as our toppings. Excellent!! Cooked our own food! Very different experience. It seems lile they start getting busy around 9ish. There were ppl waiting. The only thing that would be better is if they had a toppings bar where ppl could try different varieties. They make you pay for each topping. I also had the cinnamon hazulnut machiato, wasnt too crazy about it. Water worked just fine. We were soooo full!!! We paid about $30 for everything.
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The Pfunky Griddle
2800 Bransford Ave, Nashville, TN 37204
Great little place! The pancakes were delicious and would definitely recommend for families with kids!
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2800 Bransford Ave, Nashville, TN 37204
Great little place! The pancakes were delicious and would definitely recommend for families with kids!
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The Pfunky Griddle
2800 Bransford Avenue, Nashville, TN 37204
Visited here last weekend after longingly driving by it several times over the past few months, as there was always a packed lot and a wait to get it.
Finally my partner and I were able to get a table, and we found out what makes this place unique- you cook food on the griddle yourself!
For many, this will be a huge turn off which is understandable. For us, it was something really special that I plan on repeating in the months that follow.
We had the chance to get out of the house and make small talk while we shard the experience of cooking on a griddle with the items brought out.
The pancakes took a bit to cook, as the griddles only come up to a certain temp for safety reasons, and it works best if you make them silver dollar sized.
The potatoes, which are seasoned and mashed before you throw them on, were fantastic!
It was a little pricey, but you're paying for the atmosphere and a new thing to try.
Service was great, and our waitress was readily able to give us suggestions when asked about menu items.
You will love this place if you come into it with fun in your heart and an open mind.
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2800 Bransford Ave Nashville, TN 37204
2800 Bransford AvenueUSTennesseeNashville37204
(615) 298-2088thepfunkygriddle.com
$Breakfast Restaurant, Brunch RestaurantToday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 8:00 am – 2:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 2:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 2:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Family friendly restaurant. An experience where the customers are the cooks!
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Daytime cafe where guests can cook their own pancakes & dabble with a big selection of toppings.- Google
"All you can eat pancake order."
"They make you pay for each topping."
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Helen Powers
2 weeks ago
I ordered( to go) the ham penni...When i opened it up and saw a very small smear of cream cheese and one little piece of a nut and 3 tiny pieces of apple smeared just in the middle of the sandwich . Needless to say the the two end were dry and tasteless. Come on guys,, the total bill was over $9 for a sandwich..I would give it one star but the middle was tasty..Tell your ladies who prepare the sandwiches to not be so stingy with the spreads. If prepared correctly I am sure it would be delicious
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Sophia Rainey
3 months ago
All you can eat pancake order. We ordered 2 sides of bacon, a side of potatoes, 2 eggs, chose strawberry, banana and blueberries as our toppings. Excellent!! Cooked our own food! Very different experience. It seems lile they start getting busy around 9ish. There were ppl waiting. The only thing that would be better is if they had a toppings bar where ppl could try different varieties. They make you pay for each topping. I also had the cinnamon hazulnut machiato, wasnt too crazy about it. Water worked just fine. We were soooo full!!! We paid about $30 for everything.
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JennSteve Raclaw
2 months ago
Great little place! The pancakes were delicious and would definitely recommend for families with kids!
Trisha Cole
a year ago
We were so looking forward to going to the Pfunky Griddle for breakfast. Unfortunatey it wasn't a great experience. The pancakes were just awful (they brought us three different batters, but they just wouldn't cook!). No taste whatsoever. The bacon was good and the premise is such a good idea, but didn't work for us. They were kind enough to comp most of our bill which was appreciated, however, we probably won't ever go back.
T.A. Powers
3 weeks ago
Unique spot for breakfast. Reasonable prices. In the warmer weather it does get hot inside with all the griddles going dispite the A/C being on.
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Kayla Turner
6 months ago
Visited here last weekend after longingly driving by it several times over the past few months, as there was always a packed lot and a wait to get it. Finally my partner and I were able to get a table, and we found out what makes this place unique- you cook food on the griddle yourself! For many, this will be a huge turn off which is understandable. For us, it was something really special that I plan on repeating in the months that follow. We had the chance to get out of the house and make small talk while we shard the experience of cooking on a griddle with the items brought out. The pancakes took a bit to cook, as the griddles only come up to a certain temp for safety reasons, and it works best if you make them silver dollar sized. The potatoes, which are seasoned and mashed before you throw them on, were fantastic! It was a little pricey, but you're paying for the atmosphere and a new thing to try. Service was great, and our waitress was readily able to give us suggestions when asked about menu items. You will love this place if you come into it with fun in your heart and an open mind.
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Chastity Rensing
a year ago
I heard good things about the pfunky griddle, but having been there myself today, I strongly disagree. Needless to say, I do not plan to be spending any more money there. I knew that the tables had their own grills, but I had no idea they don't cook the food for you at the table. When I found out I had to cook the food, I was a little taken back, obviously, why in the world am I paying you the amount equivalent to something like iHop if you don't even cook it for me?? That just seems insane to me. However, even after knowing this I tried to keep an open mind; but as the breakfast continued that became increasingly difficult. Here is why: the restaurant was filthy including the grill, the plate they brought had crumbs on it, the waiter never came back to refill my glass once we started eating, the grill wouldn't get hot enough to cook the food properly and took forever for the french toast, I brought up the issue to the waiter and he basically said that's just how it was, when the waiter brought the bacon out (the only thing they cooked) it was hanging off the plate and he sat it on the table so that half of the meat was actually sitting directly on the table (disgusting!!! if my friend hadn't been there I would have probably walked out at that point), the tables were placed so closely that I was like two inches from the person sitting behind me, the chairs themselves were rickety, wobbly, and too low in comparison to the table, I actually had to stand so that I could reach the grill well enough to cook and I'm about average in height for a woman, and to top all of that off, they wouldn't accept a coupon my friend brought because it was a holiday, what?! Who does that! The only positive thing about going there was that I got to hang out with a friend and have some girl talk. The food itself wasn't bad, but it wasn't anywhere near as good as what they charged for it, especially since they don't even cook it for you. Do yourself a favor and avoid this restaurant. Go down the road to iHop or Denny's, or for that matter, even Waffle House would be a step up in most locations.
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Mary Graham
a year ago
I can't for the life of me figure out what the attraction is in paying to make your own food. At least if I did this at home I'd know how fresh my ingredients were etc. Not only do you have to make your own pancakes, but eggs also! Ummmm, I don't think so. Yes, the inside is whimsical in a cutesie sort of way and the service is good. Out of the five of us, only one got to make her own french toast, oh boy! My smoked turkey sandwich was good, as were the other lunch entrees but certainly nothing worth waiting an HOUR for.
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