It was the summer of 2007, when Albert, the King of Belgians, saw a desperate need to upgrade the Belgian waffle in that far away land of America. His majesty commissioned the Belgian Ministry of Culinary Affairs, Department of Wafels to fulfill his decree: "Wafels & Dinges shall bring to les Americains the aromas and festive spirit of our Belgian Wafels." It all started with a ‘68 Chevy Truck roaming the streets of NYC, and the rest is history
These aren't your regular old waffles either. They're wafels. Got it? Good. Each is available with your choice of premium "dinges", aka toppings. From the richest Belgian chocolate fudge and spekuloos spread with whipped cream, each warm and decadent treat is a testament to their lasting food truck legacy.
MUST TRY: The "Throwdown Wafel" is the waffle that beat Bobby Flay. It's an authentic Liege waffle with "Spekuloos" (gingerbread cookie butter) and whipped cream. It's on the clandestine menu...just ask for it.