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Food Trip in Vancouver (Downtown): Waffle Bant

If you love crispy, sweet, and delicious waffles, this is the place to go. My siblings and I had a discussion if we're waffles or pancakes (siblings food war). Therese and I were Team Waffles because we enjoy the crunchy exterior of waffles while Hovey and Alyanna were Team Pancakes because they love how soft pancakes are (I guess another factor here is Hovey works part-time at IHOP.).

Anyway, Therese and I in one of our after-work dates had dinner at Waffle Bant. She saw it while we were walking to the SkyTrain. She had full-on dessert while I had a sandwich.

Bacon and Egg Medium Sandwich (4 Waffles) 

Darkest Desire Waffle

I love how crunchy the exterior of the waffles in my sandwich were. I also enjoyed how the flavors of my sandwich tasted together in every bite. The sweet waffle buns, salty bacon and egg, crunchy apples, and fresh tomatoes tasted really great together. Though, I think I should have ordered the small one because with the medium-sized sandwich, come the second one, I was already full and can't eat anymore sweets. Be sure to check out this little cafe if you're in the area and you love waffles. =)

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