Suzette’s Pancakes will soon be available regularly at the Salisbury Charter Market on Saturdays.

The pancake stall is a regular at the yearly Taste Salisbury food festival, as well as other foodie events nearby such as the Wells Food Festival, The Great Bath Feast and the Cheese Festival in Sturminster Newton.

But pancake lovers will soon be able to get their fix in Salisbury much more often than once a year, with Suzette’s Pancakes having its inaugural appearance at the Saturday Charter Market on Saturday, January 20.

The market stall will be open every Saturday from 9am to 3.30pm.

Clare O’Leary, owner of Suzette’s Pancakes, said the business would also be at the Charter Market on Shrove Tuesday/National Pancake Day on Tuesday, February 13.

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Suzette’s Pancakes has been in the Salisbury area since 1974, originally set up by three naval wives who used to do country shows and events across the South West.

Clare said the name originates from the 1970s dinner party dessert “Crepe Suzette”, “which the naval wives would have definitely had at the captain's table”.

Clare purchased Suzette’s Pancakes in 1998 when the naval wives retired, after first tasting their pancakes at the Frome Show.

Suzette’s Pancakes had a short-lived brick-and-mortar presence at 4 Butcher Row between 2006 and 2008, gaining more followers and fans.

Clare said: “Many of my customers from the cafe days still come for their pancakes when they see me at events and tell me I'm missed so it's a welcome return to the Charter Market for anyone that used to love our cafe.”