Best waffles in the world!

When I first arrived in Brussels month ago, I had only two things on my mind; Chocolate and Waffles since I am not a big fan of frites nor beer…
I’ve explored the best chocolate houses, but also some amazing street food, AKA (waffles) with: powdered sugar, fruit, whipped cream, chocolate, no topping; just as good…
In Belgium you can find good waffles from any waffle cart in any restaurant, but the best I have ever had in my life are from the traditional cookie maker DANDOY pronounced 

Waited in line for 20 minutes, every day for three days in a row to grab one. So much to choose from you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. If you don’t mind waiting it is sooooo worth it. Also, the staff is so friendly there. Roger always makes sure to demonstrate the difference between a Liege vs Brussels waffle, important life facts 😉

Brussels waffles are made with a yeast-leavened batter, which makes them lighter and crispier. They are rectangular with defined edges, and they have deeper pockets or holes. 
Liege waffles are made with a thicker batter that is similar to bread dough, and they have rounded edges.  Pearl sugar is mixed in with the dough, which caramelizes when the waffle is cooked.  They are thicker, richer and chewier than the Brussels waffle.

I’ve tried both.  And loved both…
I booked my next flight to Brussels this fall just to visit again this amazing place 