This is not an April Fool’s joke. Pancake House Malaysia will be serving its last plate of pancakes on 30th April 2019.

The restaurant made the announcement today on social media which reads, “It is with a heavy heart that we announce we’re bidding farewell to Pancake House Malaysia after 8 awesome years. We’d like to thank our fans for their unchanging love and tremendous support towards us after all these years.” 

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce we're bidding farewell to Pancake House Malaysia after 8 awesome years. We'd like to thank our fans for their unchanging love and tremendous support towards us after all these years, and as a token of appreciation, you can all enjoy Buy 1 Free 1 pancakes EVERY SINGLE DAY* when you dine-in at our outlet! ✨ Swing by your nearest Pancake House Malaysia outlet to have a farewell feast with us from 12th till 30th April 2019! Don't forget to bring along your family and friends with you to enjoy this delicious offer! #PancakeHouse #PancakeHouseMy #pancakes #instafood #eatdrinkkl *Terms & conditions apply

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Before bidding farewell with its Malaysian customers, Pancake House Malaysia will be offering a farewell feast promotion from 12th until 30th April 2019 where customers get to enjoy Buy 1 Free 1 pancakes every single day when they dine-in at any of Pancake House Malaysia outlet.

Pancake House International which opened in the Philippines in 1974, arrived in Malaysia in 2007. The franchise was managed by TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd who is also the owner and operator of The Chicken Rice Shop.

A spokesperson from TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd has confirmed the closure of all Pancake House International outlets in Malaysia with Hype, explaining, “Our franchise agreement with the principal has ended and we have decided not to renew.”

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Several Pancake House stores have already closed down in recent years, such as the ones in Atria Shopping Gallery, Paradigm Mall, Johor’s Mall of Medini, and Perak’s Aeon Station 18 among others.

Currently, the locations that will be closing down soon include the outlets in Mid Valley, Quill City Mall, and IOI City Mall.

So better get your last bite of pancake from Pancake House Malaysia before it is gone for good.

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