Based in Leeds, but exploring Berlin for the next two months.
Published December 27th 2012
Houmous on a waffle? Strange but delightful
The Waffle House is my favourite restaurant in Norwich. I always love to try something a little different, and this wonderful place provides exactly that.
You can opt for a small or large waffle with a selection of many incredible toppings, some of which, you'd never have thought would work. These include: cheese sauce and mushrooms, houmous, and garlic butter. The sweet waffles make wonderful desserts (my favourite, as pictured below, is the banoffee waffle), and you may be stuck for choice.
The restaurant is over thirty years old, and my Mum and Grandma (both born and bred in Norfolk) can remember popping in back when The Waffle House was first opened. To me, the longevity of the business shows that there is always a place for indie restaurants and cafes in our ever-expanding society.
The Waffle House also offers breakfast options (served before noon), which range from B.L.T to Smoked Salmon. Salad is also available as a side, but you may be far too full from your two or three courses of waffle.
The interior is very cosy and can sometimes feel a little cramped, but the wonderful food and accommodating staff certainly makes up for this.