Waffle Food Trucks in New York

If there’s one thing worth waking up in the morning for, it’s waffles, and how much better can it get than ordering your favorite breakfast treat from a waffle food truck in NYC? Taking a bite of one of those fluffy, golden squares (or circles) is like tasting heaven on your tongue, and not to mention when it’s loaded up with toppings like irresistible whipped cream, sizzling chocolate syrup, succulent fresh fruit, and good ole’ maple syrup. You know you’re hungry now, so don’t wait another moment to visit your local waffle food truck. Better yet, consider renting a waffle truck for your next get-together. Waffle food trucks are the perfect addition to garden parties, rooftop soirees, bridal and baby showers, birthday celebrations, and graduations.

Waffle Truck Featured Dishes

When you think of a waffle, you automatically think it will be sweet, and while there’s nothing wrong with a little sugar now and then, there’s so much more to consider, like:

  • Savory Potato Waffles
  • Chicken & Waffles
  • Bacon Waffles
  • Belgian Waffles
  • Nutella Waffles
  • Strawberries & Whipped Cream Waffles
  • Ice Cream Waffles

Waffle de Lys

While Belgians have the monopoly on waffle-making, this waffle truck puts a little French twist on the whole concept by dressing them up in style. With toppings imported from both Belgium and France, Waffle de Lys offers a beautiful blend of sweet — Belgian chocolate, caramelized hazelnut crumbs, shredded coconut, mango and passion fruit coulis — and savory — BBQ pulled pork, poached egg in Hollandaise sauce, sautéed chicken in a white wine sauce. 

Take a bite out of this: L’Exotique

You can totally mix and match your toppings, but there’s really no need to when waffle combos like L’Exotique already exist on the menu. Savor every bite of this banana, raspberry, and mango coulis-topped dessert, sprinkled with coconut flakes and a dollop (or mound) of homemade whipped cream.

Wafels & Dinges

Banishing soggy waffles of the past to the syrupy depths whence they came, Wafels & Dinges was on a mission to bring authentic Belgian waffles to NYC and to say they succeeded would be a total understatement. Boasting the absolute best waffles in the city, Wafels & Dinges will roll up to your event in their 20-foot waffle truck, knowing exactly how to please your guests. Decorate your waffle with a scoop of ice cream, bacon, marshmallows, and more, and make it a triple stack only if you dare. 

Take a bite out of this: De Double Trouble

Appropriately dubbed the “cadillac of wafelwiches,” the De Double Trouble is loaded with strawberries, whipped cream, nutella, and spekuloos crumble, all smushed together by two delicious Belgian waffles. Now how’s that for a breakfast sandwich?