Dutch pancakes are about as typical as it gets in Holland. At De Oude Muntkelder Pannenkoekenrestaurant you can order them savory, or sweet, traditional, international and made-to-order (whole wheat is available). For children, there are even pancakes shaped like cars, animals and pirates.
Since I saw the size of the pancakes a few tables over, and knew I couldn't possibly eat more than one, I ordered a half and half pancake with a cup of black coffee. One side had a couple of strips of crispy bacon and the other had ripe chunks of pineapple.
It was tasty, but I think I would have liked it better if the bacon side had something else too, like cheese, or onions.
On warm days, the canal-side terrace is gorgeous, but it was still pretty chilly when I was there in March, so I sat inside, because I don't like to eat in my coat.