September 12, 2019 2.47 pm This story is over 50 months old

Oh flip! Has Lincoln’s pancake house fallen flat?

It first opened in August 2018

A pancake house in the city appears to have closed just over a year after opening on Lincoln’s High Street.

Crivo’s Pancake House opened on the site of former Indian restaurant the Royal Tandoori, located at 118 High Street, on August 29, 2018.

Owner of Crivo’s Pancake House, Yadgar Tayfur, previously told The Lincolnite it was his wife’s idea to open a pancake house and, at the time, he already had plans to expand the business into Sheffield, Leicester and Nottingham.

However, the business’ Facebook page appears to have been removed. A ‘Closed’ sign remained on the door past the usual opening time on Thursday, September 12, and there was no answer on the phone.

It is unclear if the closure is permanent.

Reporters tried to contact the premises via phone, but there was no answer.

When it first opened The Lincolnite went to check out its sweet and savoury pancakes, waffles and ice cream.

In September 2018 Crivo’s hosted The Lincolnite Vs Food and even created a food challenge especially for us, which they added to the menu for everybody to try.

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