Sandwiches are a convenient lunch, in addition to being the subtlest way to publicly slip someone $700 crumpled up to look like lettuce. Eat some greens with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $14 for two gourmet waffles or waffle sandwiches and two large soups (up to a $27.48 value)
- $28 for four gourmet waffles or waffle sandwiches and four large soups (up to a $54.96 value)
The menu includes waffles (up to an $8.75 value) topped with a choice of strawberry or banana and whipped cream and a waffle sandwich filled with natural smoked turkey, french brie, and maple mustard. Soups (a $4.99 value each) include a lightly curried sweet-potato bisque laced with maple syrup and a vegetarian-friendly offering with pureed wild mushrooms and fresh herbs.
Whether savory or sweet, cold or hot, the made-to-order waffles at Wicked Waffle, as the Washington Post notes, “transform the routine slog of sandwich eating.” Rather than floods of butter and syrup, formally trained chef Thierry Jugnet tops and fills his waffles with local ingredients such as spicy-berry jam, roasted fuji apples, and low-sodium meats free of preservatives and nitrates. “The egg-based breakfast sandwiches, with their layer of lightly cooked curds, are particularly designed for the delicate crispness of the waffle,” the reporter from The Post continued. “An English muffin suddenly seems as brutish as a rugby match.”
To accompany his breakfast, dessert, and sandwich waffles, some of which are gluten-free, Thierry crafts a quartet of homemade soups. Ever the innovator, he dispenses them in shippable cups, ideal for patrons rushing back to work or robots trying to make their built-in cup holders seem cool.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Very friendly and efficient staff and bright and comfortable place. Soup is fantastic and so are the waffle sandwiches. The latte was good too!”
“We loved it! The soups were delicious and the sandwiches great. We'll be back!”
“Very attentive service, especially for an in-and-out type of restaurant.”