Saturday, December 6, 2014

Vvaffle Waffles @ The School, Jaya One

KL's Wondrous Week of Waffles wraps up with Vvaffle, the third new premium waffle outlet to pop up in the Klang Valley, helmed by the young Malaysian trio of Trent, Wal Ter & Jun, specialising in Belgian Liege waffles with experimental toppings.

 
 Brioche dough with Belgian pearl sugar form a balanced batter for Vvaffle's fresh-tasting, well-textured offerings - dense enough for a firm, fulfilling bite but sufficiently tender to yield a pleasant chew, rounded out by a crisp, caramelised exterior.

 
 What's intriguing about Vvaffle is that its choice of toppings will change multiple times each month, with new combinations constantly in the pipeline - this week's varieties comprise a Japanese-spiked savoury recipe with torched takoyaki sauce, mayo, dried bonito flakes & chilli pepper (RM10).

 
For something salty-sweet, here's one drizzled with crushed peanuts, cinnamon sugar & maple glaze (RM8). Next week, the theme promises to be cheese, cheese, cheese (there's potential in that idea).

 
 Our favourite so far is this: Waffle with white chocolate, pure vanilla cream & Nestum flakes (RM8), the warmth of the waffle well-teamed with the cool, softly sweet toppings. We look forward to what tasty possibilities Vvaffle will come up with next.

 
 And of course, any place that serves Smooshie fruit juices proves right off the bat that it has good taste.
Other new waffle joints: Chequers @ TTDI & Madame Waffle @ Mid Valley.

 
Vvaffle Waffles
Level P1, The School Complex, Jaya One, Jalan Universiti, Petaling Jaya. Business hours not finalised, but should be open 1130am through the evening.

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24 comments:

  1. What a fun and colourful place, Sean!!! :) The Smooshies look really good.

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    1. Linda: the artwork is definitely fun :) and yeah, everybody loves smooshies :)

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  2. Gee! Are waffles the new macaron or what? Seem to see a lot of it in blogs lately. Have I mentioned before that they're just pancakes with abs? ;)

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    1. Suituapui: oh yeah, i've written three posts on waffle outlets this week :D

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  3. Slightly tongue-twisting for a cafe name, but it's unique too! =)

    I wouldn't mind the cheese-infused waffles, hehe.

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    1. Waverly: heh, vvaffle vvaffle vvaffle :) and yeah, it'd be interesting to see what combinations they use for the cheese waffles. i hope there'll be blue cheese! :D

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    2. B-b-blue cheese in waffles? =O Whoa, that'll be quite a combination. lol. XD

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    3. Waverly: vvaffle just confirmed one of the flavours ... not quite blue cheese, but there's still something blue - Blueberry cream cheese + crushed oreo waffle. :)

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    1. The Yum List: brace yourself for the waffle onslaught! :)

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  5. Funny how waffle is so popular in KL now, but I've not had any so far this year.

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    1. Baby Sumo: hope you get the chance before 2014 is over ... i think the kids would enjoy them :)

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  6. I saw quite a few waffle stalls in the Xmas market today, Belgium waffle, Dutch waffle.... So tempting to try, bu I was too full after my duck rice, haha. Maybe next week.

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    1. CK: heheh, ya, waffles feel like a nice thing to eat during the christmas season :D

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  7. The waffle craze cometh! Looks like they are having fun with them too.

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: yeah, waffles are super-versatile, and hopefully our local outlets will capitalise on that potential :)

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  8. :O, another new trend coming in huh?

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    1. Ken: hopefully you get a few waffle specialists opening soon in penang too :)

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  9. more waffles for me to try!

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, ya, you can go waffle-hopping :D

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  10. with the A&W waffles (the PJ drive thru one) going away... now got so many waffle places for everyone :P

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    1. SC: heheh, long live waffles (even after a&w is gone) :)

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  11. The size of the waffle is too small >_<

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, a small snack :)

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