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$8 for $16 Worth of Gourmet Waffles
Plates from the all-waffle menu range from $7 to $14, and include waffles such as peanut-butter-and-banana, the Mike Lyall with bacon, chocolate, and cheese baked into the batter, and the Salmon King with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and capers.
West Coast Waffles
When Jordan Brown took over the breakfast cart of a local diner in 2010, he couldn’t help but notice that waffles sold like hotcakes. He spent the next few months creating his own batters, from regular and gluten-free waffles built with buckwheat to a sugar-free recipe that satisfied his diabetic diet. His creations were a hit, and within a few months, he was able to transition from a mobile business to a brick-and-mortar eatery, West Coast Waffles.
His batters include organic and local ingredients, including meat that is purchased from Vancouver Island. He's developed a menu of inventive waffles that fall into one of three categories: traditional real-fruit waffles coloured with clusters of raspberries and banana slices or cranberries and chocolate; sweet waffles that are decidedly decadent—the Yummy Gummy is decorated with gummy bears and whipped cream; and savoury waffles, including the Mexican Sunrise with scrambled eggs, spinach, salsa, and cheddar. Since the recipes defy the waffles-as-breakfast notion, the restaurant is open through dinner each night and until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.