Wicked Waffles

Eastwood Cyber & Fashion Mall, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. (C5), Eastwood City, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Wicked Waffles
4.0
4.0 Stars

11 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 4
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 13 Reviews
  • 10 Recommend
  • 11 Reviewers
Category:
Snack
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Athan Lloyd B.
4.0 Stars

Get drown with their Milk tea!! You can have it and pair with a belgian waffle. Have them for only 100 pesos.

Good for sharing. 128525

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Telle B.
5.0 Stars

Late post! I absolutely loved their waffles with spam, egg and cheese!!! I was only supposed to take a bite from Miggy T's order but damn son!!! It was soooo yummy!!! I ate like 3/4s of it! It comes with maple syrup on the side too. I wasn't able to dip or shower the waffles with it because it was already good without it. Maybe next time. 128513

I'm actually craving for one now! Damnit.

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Miggy T.
5.0 Stars

Pardon my language but it's pretty ****ed up how good their SPAM breakfast waffle sandwich with egg and cheese is. Borrowing from contemporary hip-hop jargon, "That shit cray."

Telle B was only supposed to "have a taste" but next thing I knew she was already 2/3 done with it.

Two thick pieces of SPAM with a serving of scrambled eggs with two of those individual slices of cheese, all folded neatly into a waffle sandwich. But here's the kicker, they drizzle it with maple syrup. Reminds me of the breakfast ham sandwiches from the Mac Shack.

90 bucks for just the SPAM, 105 with egg, 125 with the works.

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Nicole P.
2.0 Stars

I visited the branch in SM Manila. The food was not good. The sausage tasted bland and and the texture was crumbly. The eggs were also bland. The home fries were so hard! I can't tell if it was because they weren't cooked properly or because it got cold and hard already. The only things that made up for the terrible food were the pretty decor, nice plating, and okay coffee. Good thing I had good company! But even my friends weren't satisfied with their waffles.

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Telle B.
4.0 Stars

I had their adobo flakes (Php 150) and it was pretty good. I don't think you can ever go wrong with adobo flakes! 128522 it's served with egg (cooked the way you like it) and unlimited garlic rice. 128077 unlimited garlic rice?! Kagulo! And I like their rice because it's not "buhaghag."

They serve decent breakfast food at affordable prices 128077 plus, this wicked waffles branch is open 24 hours! If you're craving for some waffles, tapa, longganisa or spam then this is the place to go to.

Aside from breakfast food, they also sell milk tea. They have this promo or meal now called,
"Monster Meal," where you get a huge ass milk tea and waffle. The milk tea is ok. I'd still go with moon leaf but the good thing about it is it isn't sweet. 128513 the picture here is their milk tea. I felt drunk after drinking it because I had too much. I think I drank 3/4s of it haha! #sinongbaboy

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Miggy T.
5.0 Stars

I'm partial to breakfast, but even if it were otherwise, WICKED WAFFLE would still hold a special place in my heart, and of course, my stomach!

Hands down one of the best places to get "silog" meals (viand+rice+2 eggs) in the whole Philippines. They boast the tastiest breakfast menu, and at affordable prices too!

I've frequented this place since it first opened at Eastwood. Almost everything is served either unlimited garlic rice OR home fries (thick potato wedges with the skin still on), and with 2 eggs any way you like 'em (go for poached if feeling fancy), atchara and iced tea.

Personal favorites are:
1. Pork Chop n' Eggs (220), which is a thick, tender and juicy cut of meat, with home fries, beans, eggs and toast. Be sure to be hungry.

2. Huevos Rancheros (190) with its mouthwatering skillet potatoes topped with cheese and sour cream. Fiesta first thing in the morning!

3. All-Pinoy Sampler (180) which let's you try the tapa, longanisa and adobo flakes all in one meal. All ulam are full servings!

4. SPAM - three thick cuts of processed meat!

5. Steak n' Eggs which might take longer to cook but is worth the wait. Order it medium rare for that soft, pink inner.

The 3-egg omelettes are filling by themselves, you just need to order a cup of rice to go with them.

They have rice meals at 100 each which let you try their signature dishes at a smaller portion. Still comes with 1.5 cups of rice, iced tea and an egg.

The eponymous waffles are just like those from Belgium Waffle except slightly cheaper. Go for them to satisfy your sweet tooth. Haven't tried the breakfast variants with ulam and cheese in them though.

They've recently expanded their menu to include more waffle sundaes, drapes an hot beverages but I've also yet to try these as well.

If these weren't enough, they have milk tea to rival Moonleaf and Chatime, so you can say they've almost got everything to snack on except frozen yoghurt hahaha the aptly named "Nirvana" is wintermelon milk tea, but it's oh so satisfying.

And last but not the least, the have this new offering: the Monster Combo. One waffle with a mega-sized milk tea, about a liter and a half of goodness.

To top it all off, the Eastwood branch is open 24 hours, so you can go here for lunch, dinner or even satisfy the munchies after a long night of drinking!

I strongly recommend Wicked Waffle for their food, and the pleasant staff who remember your name. Kudos to a great concept!!!

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Trina H.
3.0 Stars

What I really like about this place is their cool and yummy frappucinos that costsphp70. I introduced my other friends to this restaurant and they were surprised with the generous serving of rice and a free iced tea to go with it. I ordered Huevos Rancheros earlier and it costs php190. The food in Wicked Waffle is so far so-so for me. But I would say that the Champorado is my ultimate fave. They serve it with Tuyo and it is oh soo delicious!

I would like to try their waffles too. It just intrigues me..

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John S.
3.0 Stars

Pancakes was tasty, bacon was crispy. Mmm mmm! Slow service lang. Did an ocular with several managers, and mabagal lang talaga. The plating was good though, can't deny them that.

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Mavic G.
4.0 Stars

Loved their spicy dilis bowl for only Php99. Their frappes are worth a try as well.

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Migs C.
4.0 Stars

Comfort food. All American Breakfast and Filipino sampler in this photo. Generous serving. Price okay. Mmm.

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Rashine P.
5.0 Stars

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Taste - 10084100841008410084

Their omelette selection is okay - typical omelette. their home fries is amazing -- sauteed diced potatoes! i loved their baked beans too! their waffles are not as pricey as famous belgian waffles and comes in big and fluffy!

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Ramon d.
5.0 Stars

Nice crunchy waffles with generous fillings. This place (IMO) surpasses the famous belgian waffles in terms of taste and value for money. The omelet with everything in it was well worth it at Php 165. The sampler waffle sundae came with 4 waffle varieties, sliced bananas, vanilla ice cream with whipped cream drizzled with chocolate syrup. Try dropping by this place when you swing by eastwood. It's at the 3rd floor of the cybermall.

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Juvi M.
4.0 Stars

New all-day Breakfast place on it's soft opening!

Originally ordered their Breakfast for Champion set but the waiter came back saying their waffle machine broke so I switched to the Steak n' Eggs. After they served our food, the waffle machine was working again. 128544

...but they're on soft-opening so I'm forgiving.

A promising regular lunch place to be.

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