A newly opened cafe which serves handmade waffles using premium local and seasonal ingredients set in a fun and whimsical atmosphere. One thing that makes it special is their waffle with sweet and savoury options.

Mud Soda (RM11++) 
A mixture of chocolate, milk, root beer & ice cream. A complicated root beer float? 
It was nice, love the chocolaty taste with the root beer float. 
Down Home Benny (RM19.00)
Savoury waffle, beef bacon, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, guacamole and watercress salad. Eggs were poached finely and running over the savoury waffle with the hollandaise sauce. A great dish to have as brunch for sure. 
Double Deck croque Monsiuer (RM18.00)
Served with savoury waffle, turkey ham and tomato wrapped with egg, served with cheese sauce and topped with a sunny side egg. Loving the gooey cheese. 
Pesto Seabass (RM34)
Pan seared sea bass cooked to perfection on a bed of pesto sauce, served with seasoned roasted potatoes, stir-fried asparagus and topped with crispy ginger. Not a pesto fan, but this pesto dish caught my attention. The pesto sauce wasn’t too concentrated which enhanced the pan seared sea bass very well. 
Grilled Chicken Steak (RM28) 
Juicy marinated grilled boneless chicken with your choice of sauce. Served with fettuccine, oyster mushroom, and rolled turkey ham asparagus in tomato base. A typical Italian sauce paired with pasta. Pasta was creamy and light. 
Mango Shrimp Wrap (RM23.00)
Sauteed tiger prawns wrapped with marie rose sauce, tomato salsa, fresh mango and lettuce, comes with waffle fries. Love the waffle fries a lot! The wrap was a fresh vegetables and fruits combination served with fresh tiger prawns. 
Chicken Cobb Sandwich (RM19++) 
Served with shredded chicken, plum tomato, beef bacon, hard boiled egg, avocado and curry mayo. This was indeed the first scrumptious waffle burger I have ever had. Loving the replacement of buns with waffles. The curry mayo caught my attention as well and I wish I could have more of that. Indeed a waffle burger I would crave for. Highly recommended.

 Shroom Fiesta (RM18++)
Served with spinach Waffle, grilled portobello, glaze cherry tomato, balsamic reduction, rocket salad, shaved parmesan. Yummm the portobello mushrooms were big and juicy. The spinach waffle was delish too. A good way to eat your veggies, cause the waffle was sweet. Sounds funny, but damn it’s delicious with the mushroom. Wish they served more rockets and sauces. It was a very nice dish, for those who don’t like meat.
Melting Moments (RM16++) 
Served with chocolate chip waffle, deep fried banana, salted caramel sauce, coconut, almond vanilla crust and vanilla ice cream. The banana was fried just right before they served us and like the name, you can feel the warm fresh fried banana melting away in your mouth as you savour this dish. Indeed what a sweet tooth needed after their waffle burgers.
Deconstructed Tiramisu (RM14.00)
Disassembled into waffle sticks, mascarpone cheese with chocolate shavings and a side of espresso shot. It depends on how you wanna construct your tiramisu. You could pour the espresso into the mascarpone cheese or dip the waffle sticks into the espresso and mascarpone cheese. An really unique waffle to savour this waffle. Very cool indeed. 
Tropic coconut (RM17.00)
Served with coconut waffle, fresh coconut meat, roasted almonds, coconut ice cream, fragrant pandan sauce. You can never go wrong with a tropical dessert. This dessert would definitely enlighten and refresh your taste buds. Coconut ice cream was light and good. 

Definitely should try their unique waffle burgers! 
Almost everything imaginable which could pair up with waffles could be found here.

153, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mon:10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Wed – Thu:10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Fri: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
Sat: 9:00 am – 12:00 am
Sun:9:00 am – 11:00 pm