After half a year I finally found you reese peanut butter cups for $3. Okay yes this post was supposed to be about the Waffle King but I couldn’t help but sneak in such a win on this glorious day called life ;) Let’s get back on track! The smell of warm buttery cake wafted throughout the Waffle King – how could I not feel at home? Our waiter went through the entire menu with us and even let us have a sniff of some violet tea leaves (yup that was how dedicated he was).
Sitting 10 centimetres away from the waffle iron with only glass separating us, I could watch the whole cooking process from balls of batter rolled through a sugar pearls filled bowl to the waffle iron lid coming down squishing the batter into waffles. The result: extremely fresh waffles with a slightly crispy outside and a warm spongy-soft inside. A sweet crunch from the sugar pearls also added a nice surprise ;) The tasting platter came with dollops of milk, white and dark chocolate, tangy strawberries (for the waist line of course), creamy vanilla icecream and good old whipped cream – you’ll be able to live out whatever crazy waffle fantasies you have!
Tasting platter – sugar waffle with strawberries, ice cream, cream, milk, dark and white chocolate ($16.90)
C’s cinnamon waffle was covered in Belgium syrup, dusted with cocoa and served with a scoop of vanilla icecream – cinnamon lovers (like C) would love this. Sadly I’m not part of this fan club and found the cinnamon to be quite overpowering.
Cinnamon waffle with Belgium Syrup and Ice Cream ($11.90)
I love finding these small suburban gems, those places you don’t know about unless you’re actually looking for it – blink and it’s gone! They’re open pretty much all the time (Tues – Sun from 10am till 10pm) so a great spot to pop in after a Thursday late night shopping, a movie or just after Marion shopping centre. Although a bit on the pricey end, I don’t think I will ever go back to reheated pre-made waffles that a lot of places are dishing out these days. Nothing beats freshness!