Waffle Window

The Waffle Window is literally a window that sells waffles in Portland. They specialize in Liège style waffles and they give them a “Portland twist” by adding unique combinations of toppings.

This is a great option if you want a quick take away breakfast, but they also have some seating. They have a small patio outside and there is a small seating area indoors inside of the restaurant around the corner.

The Three B's

The three b’s is one of their Liège waffles topped with pepper bacon, brie, fresh basil and house made peach jam. I can’t get over how delicious this waffle was. It had the perfect balance of sweet and savoury.

The Liège waffle is soft, chewy, and dense. There are also little sugar pearls all throughout the waffle, which makes it slightly sweet. The peach jam also added another element of fruity sweetness.

As far as I’m concerned, brie cheese makes anything amazing. The cheese added a rich creamy element to the waffle and the crispy bacon just topped it all off. The pop of fresh basil flavour was also unexpected and nice.

Rose City

The rose city was made with fresh strawberries, rose cream, rhubarb sauce, and whipped cream. This is one of their seasonal special waffles.

This waffle was good, but it wasn’t as special as the three b’s one. It had a sweet, fruity, and floral taste. The best part of it was the rose flavoured whipped cream.

I loved the waffle window. It is a great option for an affordable breakfast (or any meal) that is something different from the same old stuff every other place sells.


Yes, for great and affordable waffles.

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Categories: $ (less than $10), Brunch, Dessert, Portland


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