Dessert or breakfast…?

If you guessed breakfast as the time of day when the above waffles were eaten, then you’d be right. You might also be a bit horrified if such decadence is not your thing early in the morning.

My dining companion and I enjoyed these tasty morsels at Patisserie Labeau early last Saturday. Their Belgian waffles are as perfect as can be – light, crunchy and delicious. They come with fresh whipped cream, real custard, and your choice of different toppings. I enjoyed the fresh strawberries, but my friend found the poached pears and caramel a bit too sweet.

Patisserie Labeau also serves Liege and filled waffles, as well as other Belgian-style pastries. Most customers tend to take-out as the location is very small with seating for only about ten. I’d recommend getting there very early if you do want to eat in.

Patisserie Labeau
1728 West 2nd Avenue (just east of Burrard)

2 Comments so far

  1. Ryan Chu Chu Train (unregistered) on April 29th, 2006 @ 7:20 pm

    What are the prices like for instance like the ones photographed above?

  2. Rachael Ashe (unregistered) on April 30th, 2006 @ 8:40 am

    I can’t remember exactly, but it was around $5 – $7.

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