Are you a lover of sweet? Or does savoury tick all your boxes? Either way, The Waffle House in St Albans has something to quench the appetite of all! Read about my latest visit here…
The Waffle House is the perfect ‘brunching’ spot for all you ladies who are looking to have a catch up with your girl pals, a suitable first date location and a very appealing place to go when pregnant and eating for two (that’s my excuse)!
You can’t ring the restaurant to book a table or schedule a table online, but if there is queue out the door then it normally goes down pretty quickly. Plus, it’s a great sign that so many people want to get in and fill themselves with delicious waffles!
If you are not a big fan of waffles (who the hell isn’t) then there is a small selection of other delights that may tickle your fancy, including ‘specials of the day’. It’s affordable but not the cheapest place to dine in St Albans, but the ambience is perfect, especially with its log fire fragrance filling the air.
The Waffle menu consists of unbleached white, wholemeal and spelt flour waffles made with local organic ingredients. I’ve tried both savoury and sweet. I’m not normally one to have a sweet tooth, but the sweet waffle definitely outdone the savoury.
The savoury Waffle I chose was the Cheese Sauce and Mushroom (v) for £7.25. I struggled to eat even half of the dish because of the huge portions served up.
The sweet Waffle I chose was the Banana Flapjack (v) for £6.25. I wasn’t too sure about the sweet option but it was flapTASTIC!
My girl pal is a chocoholic so she of course opted for the Chocolate and Nut (v) for £6.15.
The Waffle House is open 7 days a week from 8.30am and serves brunch up until 12pm, so best to get there early doors.