Apparently, Americans do not eat waffles correctly. No one is looking to point fingers, but people, myself included, want to know who is responsible. Wafels and Dinges, a food truck company based in Manhattan, brings a delightful way to look at waffles as more than just a breakfast food. I won’t lie, I’m guilty of eating my round waffles for breakfast with bacon too. So, if waffles aren’t meant for breakfast, what are they actually meant for?
Wafels and Dinges reveals the biggest mistake that americans do is make waffles using pancake batter. Well, Wafels and Dinges‘s finger licking “wafels” are created with the finest ingredients. But they prefer to call waffles “wafels.” Dating back to the late 1800’s “wafels” have been loved with many toppings, dressings, shapes and sizes. Wafels and Dinges are a franchise of trucks who specialize in the fine art of belgium waffles and magnificent toppings. With two options of textures of “wafels” and plenty of “dinges.” This typical american breakfast became a snack and/or desert. There are eight locations all over Manhattan, New York where you can grab yourself some “wafels” and “dinges” to go.
I bet you’re wondering: what are “dinges?” According to our “wafel” specialists, “it is the Belgian word for “stuff” or “whatchamacallit” or “what’s his/her name.” So for us, “dinges” means toppings. Divided into two different tastes on their menu, there is an option for their savory style wafels or their sweet style. With options like the pulled pork wafel or drenched in whipped cream and strawberries, you can experiment thoroughly and efficiently at one of their signature yellow food trucks.
The fun doesn’t stop just there, you can stroll into their cabana located on 35th street and broadway in manhattan to indulge in their savory food as well.