This historical cellar, which is now used to make the best pancakes in the world, was until 1910 originally used for the minting of Dutch coins.
The history of the Dutch coin dates back to the 10th century. In those days the minting of coins was done in order of the Bishop of Utrecht. Although there were many other places for minting coins, by 1806 this was the only one left operating in The Netherlands.
On request of King Louis Napoleon all the, to that point on remaining active, coin cellars were closed. All minting of Dutch coins has been done in Utrecht ever since. A permanent exhibition of the ancient coin collection can be found at Het Nederlands Munt Museum in Utrecht.
Over the years we have not changed the shape of the product, only its taste! You can now choose from more than 80 different pancakes, still prepared according to an old Dutch tradition.