Wafels & Dinges

Authentic Belgium Waffles that Beat Bobby Flay

You can feel sweet buttery goodness radiating from the Wafles & Dinges truck when it pulls up to the curb. Over ten years ago, Belgian-born Thomas DeGeest set out to bring authentic Belgian waffles to the US, creating Wafels & Dinges. Spelled the Flemish way, Wafel & Dinges (pronounced ding-us, and slang for “stuff”) has taken the New York street food scene by storm. From their Liège Wafels in Chocolate Fudge or Spekuloos to the Throwdown Wafel (named after the time DeGeest beat Bobby Flay on season seven of Throwdown), these waffels do not disappoint.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Wafels & Dinges has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Gothamist, Observer, CBS and more. Founder Thomas DeGeest won a Vendy award for Best Food Truck and his waffles have been rated one of the “Best Waffles in the Country” by Elite Daily.

Wafels & Dinges

Authentic Belgium Waffles that Beat Bobby Flay

You can feel sweet buttery goodness radiating from the Wafles & Dinges truck when it pulls up to the curb. Over ten years ago, Belgian-born Thomas DeGeest set out to bring authentic Belgian waffles to the US, creating Wafels & Dinges. Spelled the Flemish way, Wafel & Dinges (pronounced ding-us, and slang for “stuff”) has taken the New York street food scene by storm. From their Liège Wafels in Chocolate Fudge or Spekuloos to the Throwdown Wafel (named after the time DeGeest beat Bobby Flay on season seven of Throwdown), these waffels do not disappoint.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Wafels & Dinges has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Gothamist, Observer, CBS and more. Founder Thomas DeGeest won a Vendy award for Best Food Truck and his waffles have been rated one of the “Best Waffles in the Country” by Elite Daily.