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Waffles on the Westside ('sides Roscoes)

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  • dkawai Aug 16, 2001 11:44 AM
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Looking for good waffles on the Westside. Been to Roscoes but I am looking for fluffy Belgian Waffles for breakfast. I saw the link below but it mostly dealt with pancakes. Help! I need to satisfy my craving! Thanks!

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  1. I've tried the Original Pancake House in Yorba Linda, it's really good but kind of expensive for breakfast food. The address for the one that's more local for you is 1756 South Pacific Coast Hwy., Redondo Beach, California 90277, 310-543-9875. I didn't realize what a huge chain it was until I saw the website. For lack of a better suggestion, I think it's worth a try. Try the apple waffle...it's bigger than the plate.

    Link: http://www.originalpancakehouse.com/

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    1. re: Can

      I hit your link for OPH and cannot wait to get down there! Waffles with bacon bits has really got my interest! Thanks!

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      Vanessa On The Town

      Haven't been there in a long time, but The Omelette Parlor used to have great waffles and other breakfasts. Their waffles were the big belgian style with various yummy toppings. It's in Santa Monica on Main Street and they have a nice little patio out back. Popular for the locals, there's always a line on the weekends.

      1. There's a Belgian waffle/crepe place in Farmer's Market at 3rd & Fairfax, sort of in the middle/west portion of the market. Just had a waffle there the other day and it was yummy (a technical term).