Recently there has been a huge rise on social media of the Japanese style souffle pancake, also referred to as extra fluffy or jiggly pancakes, and that trend has definitely hit Bangkok.
The Pancake Cafe is on the 4th Floor of Central World and is very small. You seem to always have to put your name down and then the staff gives you an indication of when a table might be ready. The pancakes themselves, referred to as ricotta pancakes in the English speaking menu, take 20 minutes once ordered to produce so be prepared to play the waiting game.
We both opted for the seasonal special which just so happened to be banana cream, banana, caramel, and a milk tea sauce. Suffice to say it knocked a few years of my life expectancy, but it was WORTH IT.