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12 Best Waffles in Toronto

12 Best Waffles in Toronto

On the hunt for the best waffles in Toronto to satisfy your brunch cravings?

We’ve got plenty of incredible brunch spots in Toronto, and many of them serve up some dang delicious waffles.

Whether you’re in the mood for classic Belgian waffles or more unique fusion waffles, here are some of the best spots to grab waffles in Toronto!

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Best waffles in Toronto


Le Petit Déjeuner in Toronto, Ontario

Le Petit Dejeuner

This cozy, brick-lined brunch spot near St. Lawrence Market serves up Belgian-Canadian comfort foods made with seasonal ingredients.

Their famous Belgian waffles can be had Benedict-style (with a poached egg and hollandaise), Melody-style (with scrambled eggs), or sweet-style!

LOCATION: 191 King St E, Toronto, ON


LEKKER

Enjoy Belgian waffles galore at this casual Kensington Market spot with all the industrial vibes.

Take your pick of sweet or savoury waffles, with ingredients like Belgian dark chocolate, homemade caramel, and vanilla ice cream!

Their handcrafted waffles are made with authentic Belgian pearl sugar, and they’re perfectly soft and chewy.

You can also enjoy a Belgian Hot Chocolate with your waffles – choose between dark, milk, or white chocolate!

LOCATION: 237 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON


Grandmama’s Waffles

You’ll find the most colourful waffles in the city at this bright and fun Koreatown spot.

They make their waffles using either non-alcoholic beer or coconut batter, and they’ve even got vegan and gluten-free options!

Go for the classic Beer Batter Waffle, or try the green Pandan Waffle with coconut cream.

You can even stuff your waffles with ingredients like chocolate chips, toasted coconut, or bacon, and add toppings like their homemade praline butter or coconut cream!

Definitely grab a side of one of their coconut cream sauces to dip – you can choose from ube, pandan, pink praline, or black sesame cream!

LOCATION: 363 Clinton St, Toronto, ON


Starving Artist Waffles & Espresso

This beloved all-day brunch spot serves up everything on waffles, from their Waffle Grilled Cheese, to their Waffle Benny, to their Waffle S’more.

Basically, it’s waffle heaven here.

You can even choose between regular waffles, potato waffles, gluten-free waffles, or vegan waffles!

They’ve got 4 locations across the city, as well as one in Markham.

LOCATION: 363 Clinton St, Toronto, ON


Cluck Clucks Chicken & Waffles

If chicken and waffles is your go-to brunch dish, you’ll definitely want to visit Cluck Clucks.

This casual eatery serves up a variety of chicken and waffle options, with your choice of bone-in chicken or boneless chicken breast.

Go for their Cluck Yeah! with jalapeno cheddar waffle, coleslaw, chipotle aioli, and dill mayo, or their Shut the Parm Up with basil parmesan waffle, marinara sauce, mozzarella, parmesan, and basil!

All of their chicken is also halal, which is amazing!

You can find them near St. Lawrence Market, as well as in Scarborough and Mississauga.

LOCATION: Various locations


Sisters & Co Restaurant

This adorable brunch spot is co-owned by three best friends, and they serve up all kinds of delicious sweet and savoury brunch dishes!

Asian-inspired brunch dishes are what you’ll typically find on the menu, and you’ll find sweet and savoury waffle options.

The Citrus Mascarpone Waffle is perfect for the sweet tooth, and comes with citrus mascarpone, powdered sugar, blueberry compote, and syrup.

If savoury is more your thing, grab the Gochujang Chicken & Waffle featuring fried chicken tossed in maple brown butter Gochujang sauce, cucumber kimchi, and syrup!

They’ve also got some of the best pancakes in Toronto, with options like their Earl Grey Pancakes and Cookie Butter Pancakes!

You can find Sisters & Co in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood.

LOCATION: 887 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON


O’SOMAE

This gorgeous brunch spot in the East End serves up made-from-scratch brunch dishes.

They use non-traditional ingredients alongside ingredients from local farms and businesses!

Choose between their Chicken & Waffles or their Duck Confit & Waffles.

The Chicken & Waffles features boneless chicken leg and thigh, blueberry chutney, and syrup on Belgian waffles.

The Duck Confit & Waffles features duck leg confit, blood orange raspberry compote, and maple syrup on Belgian waffles!

LOCATION: 357 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON


Butter Baker Market Café

This popular Toronto bakeshop is known for their French-style pastries and rotating ice cream menu, and they now serve up brunch at their Bay & Dundas spot!

Choose between the Bonjour, Fresh Berry, Banana Chocolate, or S’mores, or Gingerbread Waffles, all made using their signature Butter Waffles.

They even have croffles, which are the exquisite cross between a croissant and a waffle.

Choose between the Avocado Croffle Toast or the Smoked Salmon Croffle Benedict (which is only available on weekends!)

LOCATION: 120 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON


Little Pebbles

Now that you know about the wonderful world of croffles, you’ve definitely gotta visit Little Pebbles.

This artisanal bakery café in Kensington Market bakes their heavenly croissants and croffles using natural and high-quality French & Japanese ingredients.

They also pick fresh fruits from the market themselves for peak freshness!

They specially develop the croissant dough for their croffles, which are pressed in a hot waffle machine to crispy and buttery perfection.

You can choose between the Classic, Caramel Churros, Cheddar, Ham & Pesto, Berry, or Kinako Croffle!

LOCATION: 160 Baldwin St #8, Toronto, ON


Members Only Waffle House

If you’re looking for something ~saucy~, stop into this R-rated waffle house on Queen Street.

They serve up body-shaped waffles doused in your choice of Belgian chocolate dipping sauces.

They’ve also got a delicious hot chocolate made with organic ingredients and topped with torched marshmallow!

The decor of the shop is also super cute and perfect for pink lovers.

Oh, and this ain’t a wholesome waffle shop, so definitely don’t take your grandma here.

LOCATION: 252 Queen St W, Toronto, ON


Dako’s Taiyaki

This tiny shop inside Centerpoint Mall specializes in Taiyaki, a Japanese fish-shaped waffle commonly filled with red bean.

You can choose between red bean, chocolate, or custard for the filling!

They even have a savoury option stuffed with chicken sausage and cheese.

LOCATION: 6464 Yonge St, Toronto, ON


Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery in Toronto

Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery

I grew up eating Hong Kong-style egg waffles, so they’ve got a special place in my heart.

Bang Bang is one of Toronto’s best ice cream spots, and they serve up their delicious scoops in Hong Kong waffles!

I’ve tried a bunch of their ice cream flavours over the years, and the avocado and lychee raspberry flavours are by far my most favourite.

I’d definitely recommend visiting Bang Bang during off times, because the lineups can get pretty long, especially during the summer!

LOCATION: 93 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON


Best waffles in Toronto:

  1. Le Petit Dejeuner
  2. LEKKER
  3. Grandmama’s Waffles
  4. Starving Artist Waffles & Espresso
  5. Cluck Clucks Chicken & Waffles
  6. Sisters & Co Restaurant
  7. O’SOMAE
  8. Butter Baker Market Café
  9. Little Pebbles
  10. Members Only Waffle House
  11. Dako’s Taiyaki
  12. Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery

These were some of the best restaurants to grab waffles in Toronto!

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