Waffling over where to wander for waffles? Wafflemeister is one possibility - we initially reviewed them in their original venue at KLCC, but they've since moved to Bangsar. This is the first Malaysian outpost of a London-based business that specializes in handmade Liege waffles.
I waffle, therefore I am? Sounds exactly like us!
Wafflemeister's offerings supply a reasonably rich chew; the ingredients here fall under the 'premium' label, with Belgian choc fudge, Italian-style gelato & fresh whipped cream (lots of it!) used for both waffles & milkshakes.
7, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.
Roaming around Bangsar, we also stopped at Moo Cow's latest spin-off at Telawi.
Oops! We gobbled up our fro-yo so fast, we forgot to snap a photo of it. This month's flavor is Winter Melon, a lovely treat, terrific when topped with melon seeds.
Jalan Telawi 4, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.
2017 Update: Wafflemeister & Moo Cow are now both among of 12 restaurants in Bangsar participating in the ‘Dine, Earn & Redeem with your mobile number’ initiative by AirAsia BIG, AirAsia’s loyalty programme. Earn and/or redeem your AirAsia BIG Points here! For more details, see: https://goo.gl/EVsBGH
Bonus waffle destination: Check out another newbie, Coffee Etc at Oasis Ara Damansara.
No monkeying around here; Coffee Etc's team is eager to please.
The Belgian waffles here won't cost much more than RM10.90 per serving, but the vanilla ice cream & blueberry jam toppings are significantly humbler. The waffles themselves are nonetheless pleasant, with a warm crisp to them.
Coffee Etc's coffee? No real complaints; works fine to curb caffeine cravings.
Oasis Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya. Open through early evening, except Sundays