This is a biscuit made from a thick or liquid dough cooked in an iron waffle iron and having a characteristic pattern.
Hi! My name is Pierre and I review national dishes of different countries and the best places to try them at for Restaurant Guru. This time, let's have a look at Bruges, Belgium. Bruges is the largest and, probably, the most unforgettable city in West Flanders. It is a Nordic Venice with medieval buildings and ancient recipes. You feel yourself in a fairytale when you walk around the town. Probably, the most famous dish is Belgian waffles. The waffles and unusually cooked mussels can be ordered in Bruges.
A hot cup of coffee or fresh tea is perfectly accompanied by Belgian waffles: warm, soft, vanilla with an unforgettable appetizing aroma. They are made of a special dough in a waffle iron which provides the dish it a characteristic distinctive pattern. The best waffles, as the regular visitors mention, are found at Chez Albert.
For seafood-loves Bruges offers moules frites, a dish comprised of French fries and fresh mussels. There are several ways to serve the mussels: in their own sauce, with a small number of greens, light sauce with herbs, spicy or beer sauces. Visit Pro deo if you want to try this dish in its best variant.