Miracle Belgian Waffle at 160 – 2950 Glen Drive in Coquitlam.
What do they specialize in?
What was the vibe?
Cozy, cute, small.
What did I order?
Berry Good Liege Waffle – strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and whipped cream
- This was my favourite combination that I have tried because the berries added a fresh sweetness and the whipped cream added richness, but it wasn’t overwhelming and too heavy like the ice cream ones.
- The liege style waffle is sweet, chewy, and more dense and heavy compared to the brussels waffle. This style of waffle is normally my go-to.
Monkeytella Brussels Waffle – nutella, banana, and whipped cream
- You can’t really go wrong with the classic combination of banana and nutella. It’s the perfect duo.
- The nutella was served in a bowl on the side, but this made it kind of hard to spread on the waffle because the bananas were already on top. I kind of wish it was just spread or drizzled across the waffle.
- The brussels style waffle was light, airy, and crispy and it isn’t too filling or heavy.
B&W – ice cream, oreo, chocolate, and whipped cream
- This waffle was very rich and chocolately
- The first bite was delicious, but this is the kind of dessert that gets overwhelming fast, so this would be a good option if you were sharing between two people.
Miracle Belgian Waffle is a great place to get a late night dessert in the Coquitlam area.