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Begin The Weekend Well And Waffle Over To These Top Spots In Mumbai

From, syrup, to fruit, to ice cream and more, you can load them up with whatever your heart desires.

06/10/2017 8:38 AM IST | Updated 06/10/2017 1:02 PM IST

Has it been a long and busy week? Want to indulge in something absolutely delicious? The weekend is almost here, and it is best celebrated with a plate of golden waffles with syrup, fruits, chocolate and what not. Crisp edges, soft centres, the warmth absorbing all topping you want. Waffles work well as breakfast and dessert. And we'll tell you where in Mumbai you can get some of the best.

The Waffle Factory

If you're going to indulge, go all out. That's The Waffle Factory offers all kinds of waffles and amazing shakes. From a food truck to a shop, they've come a long way, and if you're in or around Ghatkopar, you should definitely drop by.

Where: Ghatkopar East

When: Noon to midnight

Average cost for two: ₹200

Must try: Ferrero Rocher waffle, Nutella waffle

Coffee by Di Bella

You know those crisp on the outside and soft on the inside kind of waffles? You get them right here. You can try the classic one doused with maple syrup, or you could brace yourself for the ultimate chocolate explosion. And they're all eggless.

Where: Linking Road

When: 8am to 1am

Average cost for two: ₹650

Must try: The classic waffle, chocolate explosion waffle

Waffles 2 go

Not many spots to get your waffle fix in Mulund you think? Here's Waffles 2 go for you. They only do waffles and shakes, so you know it's going to be good. They're already popular with the people around. They have home delivery too!

Where: Mulund East

When: Noon to midnight

Average cost for two: ₹400

Must try: Blueberry cream cheese waffle, Belgian chocolate waffle

World Of Waffles

World Of Waffles offers you different kinds of waffles for a change. There are waffles on sticks, waffle sandwiches, sizzling waffles and of course the classic version. A perfect place to get your waffles on the go!

Where: Vile Parle West

When: Noon to Midnight

Average cost for two: ₹200

Must try: Kitkat Waffles, Nutella waffle sandwich

Whatta Waffle

Too many sweet waffles, no? Nothing to complain about, but if you want the savoury kind, try Whatta Waffle's pizza waffle. It's new, and it's selling like hot cakes! Otherwise, they have the classic and premium ones too.

Where: Thane West

When: 11:30 am to 12:30 am

Average cost for two: ₹400

Must try: Pizza waffle, blueberry cream cheese waffle

Le 15 Cafe

Another place to get savoury waffles, they have one with poached egg, basil, tomato sauce and parmesan. Sounds just right for breakfast on Saturday. They also have the sweet ones, so you have the best of both!

Where: Colaba

When: 9 AM to 11 PM

Average cost for two:- ₹1200

Must try: Savoury parmesan waffles, sweet vanilla waffles

The Pantry

This lovely little cafe in Fort serves a variety of cafe style fare, but their waffles are what most people go there for. Sweet or savoury they have some delicious ones to offer that could make anyone's day.

Where: Fort

When: 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Average cost for two: ₹1000

Must Try: Double chocolate waffles with espresso mousse, double cheese waffles

145 Bandra

Sometimes breakfast in a bar is awesome because there's good music, 145 Bandra serves only three kinds of waffles, but they are delicious: red velvet, Nutella and Oreo cheesecake. They also have eggless options.

Where: Pali Hill

When: 12 noon to 1:30 AM (Mon-Fri), 10 AM to 1:30 AM (Sat-Sun)

Average cost for two: ₹1400

Must try: Red velvet waffles, Oreo cheesecake waffles

The Rolling Pin

They get rave reviews about their waffles. They've got Hong Kong style bubble waffles too. Order whichever waffle you want, and get them made either bubble style or regular.

Where: Lower Parel

When: 11 AM to midnight

Average cost for two: ₹1000

Must try: Salted caramel waffles, Belgian chocolate waffles

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