Best waffles in Vancouver

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Waffles are one of those glorious foods that refuse to be boxed in: They’re great for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert, and can stand in for bread to take a sandwich to the next level. Whether it’s Belgian, American, Japanese or even Scandinavian, there are plenty of great waffles in the nooks and crannies of the city of Vancouver.

Here is our list for where to find the Best waffles in Vancouver.

Scandilicious

Photo by Rebecca Coleman/Vancity Buzz

Photo by Rebecca Coleman/Vancity Buzz

Scandilicious brings a Scandanavian twist to waffles in Vancouver. In addition to the Brussels and Liege style waffles they serve, Scandilicious has Vaffler, a heart shaped waffle lightly spiced with cardamon and served cold. They also have vegan and gluten-free waffles available.

Address: 25 Victoria Drive
Phone: 604-877-2277
Website: www.scandilicious.com

Miura Waffle Milk Bar

Photo by Dave Shea/Flickr

Photo by Dave Shea/Flickr

At Miura the waffle “sando” is king, and the vehicle for a plethora of incredible flavour combos. Here you can get a boldly flavoured as bulgogi bbq beef, wasabi salmon, or garlic fried chicken, all served with American-style waffles in place of bread.

Address: 2521 Main Street, Mount Pleasant
Phone: 604-687-2909
Website: www.miurawafflemilkbar.ca

Nero Belgian Waffle Bar

Brussels and Liege waffles baked fresh daily and served with all kinds of tantalizing toppings make Nero a favourite spot for waffle indulgence in Vancouver. Look for their exciting specials and seasonal treats, like waffles with ice cream in the summer.

Address: 1703 Robson Street, West End
Phone: 778-712-0694
Website: www.nerowaffles.ca

Café Medina

Photo courtesy Café Medina

Photo courtesy Café Medina

One of the city’s favourite brunch spots, Café Medina is also known for their delicious Liege waffles. Add on one of their incredible toppings, like Peach & Bourbon Butterscotch, Salty Caramel, or White chocolate pistachio rosewater, and you’ve got an unforgettable sweet little treat.

Address: 780 Richards Street, Downtown
Phone: 604-879-3114
Website: www.medinacafe.com

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Waffle Gone Wild

Chocolate Volcano (Photo by @wafflegonewild/Instagram)

Chocolate Volcano (Photo by @wafflegonewild/Instagram)

At Kitsilano’s Waffle Gone Wild the Liege waffles are made to order using fresh ingredients and no preservatives. Choose from their sweet selections like Orange Delight or go for savoury, like their Japanese Okonomiyaki-style waffle. They’ve even drawn inspiration from pie for their wild waffle creations.

Address: 2967 W Broadway, Kitsilano
Phone: 604-568-5679
Website: www.wafflegonewild.com

Le Petit Belge

Majesty Brussels at Le Petit Belge (Photo via Le Petit Belge/Facebook)

Majesty Brussels at Le Petit Belge (Photo via Le Petit Belge/Facebook)

Sweets lovers adore Le Petit Belge for their baked treats and their selection of waffles, Brussels or Liege style. Two of their signature toppings are the Majesty (brésilienne nuts, ice cream, banana, whipped cream, and caramel sauce) and the Royal (strawberries, whipped cream, chocolate). Recently Le Petit Belge added savoury options to their menu, too.

Address: 340 Robson Street, Downtown
Phone: 778-791-3444

Yolk’s Restaurant & Commissary

Chicken and Waffles (Photo by Yolk's Breakfast/Facebook)

Chicken and Waffles (Photo by Yolk’s Breakfast/Facebook)

Yolk’s Restaurant & Commissary makes outstanding Belgian waffles, served with maple syrup and a choice of bacon, ham, or sausage. Add a delectable sweet topping, or check out their chicken and waffles with gravy and syrup. Add a poached egg…you know you want to! (While Yolk’s does have a food cart, their waffles are only available at the restaurant.)

Address: 1298 East Hastings Street
Phone: 604-428-9655
Website: www.yolks.ca

Patisserie Lebeau

Breakfast waffle sandwich (Photo by Patisserie Lebeau/Facebook)

Breakfast waffle sandwich (Photo by Patisserie Lebeau/Facebook)

Patisserie Lebeau is a Belgian bakery specializing in Liege and Brussels waffles in a variety of versions, like fruit-filled, mini (by pre-order), or in sandwiches. If you can’t make it to their Kitsilano bakery, they sell their waffles pre-packaged in the frozen section of select gourmet food stores, like Whole Foods, Nester’s, and more.

Address: 1728 W 2nd Ave
Phone: 604-731-3528
Website: www.grababetterwaffle.com

Best waffles in Vancouver

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Here is our list for where to find the Best waffles in Vancouver.

  • Scandilicious

    By Vancity Buzz

    In addition to the Brussels and Liege style waffles they serve, Scandilicious has Vaffler, a heart shaped waffle lightly spiced with cardamon and served cold.

  • Miura Waffle Milk Bar

    By Vancity Buzz

    Here you can get a boldly flavoured as bulgogi bbq beef, wasabi salmon, or garlic fried chicken, all served with American-style waffles in place of bread.

  • Nero Belgian Waffle Bar

    By Vancity Buzz

    Brussels and Liege waffles baked fresh daily and served with all kinds of tantalizing toppings make Nero a favourite spot for waffle indulgence in Vancouver.

  • Café Medina

    By Vancity Buzz

    One of the city’s favourite brunch spots, Café Medina is also known for their delicious Liege waffles.

  • Waffle Gone Wild

    By Vancity Buzz

    At Kitsilano’s Waffle Gone Wild the Liege waffles are made to order using fresh ingredients and no preservatives.

  • Le Petit Belge

    By Vancity Buzz

    Sweets lovers adore Le Petit Belge for their baked treats and their selection of waffles, Brussels or Liege style.

  • Yolk’s Restaurant & Commissary

    By Vancity Buzz

    Yolk’s Restaurant & Commissary makes outstanding Belgian waffles, served with maple syrup and a choice of bacon, ham, or sausage.

  • Patisserie Lebeau

    By Vancity Buzz

    Patisserie Lebeau is a Belgian bakery specializing in Liege and Brussels waffles in a variety of versions, like fruit-filled, mini (by pre-order), or in sandwiches.

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Lindsay William-Ross Lindsay is a Senior Editor at Vancity Buzz, and currently runs the site's Food section. A fourth generation Vancouverite, she spent the last two decades in Los Angeles, where she was EIC of the city's top blog, earned her MA, attended culinary school, and was an English professor (among other things). Lindsay's first published piece was December 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa. E-mail: lindsay@vancitybuzz.com
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