Patisserie Lebeau Belgian Waffles [Food Truck]

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I wandered around at lunch, trying to gain some bearings of where to eat near my new job. I used the food truck website to locate my next spot, Patisserie Lebeau Belgian Waffles. It is right outside the Christmas Market and CBC (West Georgia and Cambie). When I arrived, four gentlemen arrived. Three of them seemed local and one with a heavy German accent. The German man exclaimed he was happy to see them back, and asked them why they had been away for a while. He was super excited to get a bratwurst sausage.

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I travelled to Germany earlier this year. I used to eat bratwurst and currywurst over there, as it was a cheap item to get while travelling. I ordered a bratwurst sausage sandwich and the man said it came with a free waffle! Oh boy, I got a dark chocolate waffle as well. A waffle and bratwurst sausage for $9? I wonder if the Christmas Market has to compete with them… maybe vice versa. Who knows. It was really good!

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The bratwurst had caramelized onions on top. The bread was super good, a nice sweet undertone, crispy and doughy. The sausage wasn’t too salty or greasy as well, just a nicely grilled bratwurst that made me want every bite. They put a right amount of onions none were falling off and they weren’t too sweet that I had to take them off.

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The waffle I didn’t finish though … The sandwich was quite big. The waffle wasn’t too sweet either, presumably because I got dark chocolate. I don’t fancy sugary things, so this was perfect for me. It wasn’t fluffy because being dipped in the chocolate gave the waffle a good bite. I had it with a good cup of coffee at my desk, but only finished half.

I will be back for more! 5/5

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About Nathalie

Nathalie is a producer, photographer, videographer and writer based in Vancouver. Between travelling to Toronto and LA for film festivals, she enjoys cooking and dining around Vancouver's vibrant restaurant scene.

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