Miracle Belgian Waffle: New Cafe in Coquitlam

Diana Chan January 5, 2015 Cafe, Coquitlam, Dessert, Kid Friendly, Three Beakers


Finding a good waffle in the subburbs is quite hard. I always end up gravitating back to Nero’s Waffle Bar, but sometimes it’s a bit of a drive.

A few people told me about Miracle Belgian Waffle near Coquitlam Centre Mall. They opened closer to the end of 2014, so they are still fairly new.


The interior is quite cute and I wanted to steal some items off the walls for my upcoming wedding. Love the strung up lights and banting.

The space is large enough for small to medium-sized groups. It might be difficult to get a big group in depending on the time. We came in the afternoon and it wasn’t too busy.


The first side of the menu has sweet waffles on either Brussels or Liege Waffles.


On the other side of the menu, there are savoury waffle options and a variety of beverages.


Cafe Latte ($3) is a good combination with the waffles.


Kiss Me ($6) has strawberries whipped cream on a liege waffle. KoreanGirl said it was good but Nero still reigns supreme for liege waffles.


Mango Paradise ($7) has whipped cream, condensed milk, mango ice cream and mango pieces. I got it on a brussels waffle. I love brussels waffles and they make it nice and crispy here!

The mango pieces could have been a bit fresher, but given the time of the year, it’s a bit hard to get fresh mangoes for cheap. The mango on this seemed like it was canned.


Overall, the waffles are good and I would come back again. No need to travel all the way downtown for just a waffle. It’s definitely one of the better places in the Tri-Cities area.

We Rate Miracle Belgian Waffle:

2950 Glen Dr
Coquitlam, BC


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.


  1. Andre Chan April 27, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    tried their waffles, didn’t feel like there was much pearl sugar in it, texture was harder than what I have experienced with waffle gone wild

  2. Ronny Mueller May 9, 2015 at 11:04 am

    they used the banana close to the raw side…it has this waxy taste to it…monkeymon is too sweet, can’t taste the true flavor of the waffle…(and too much cinnamon added) hmmm it says the traditional recipe uses yeast (true for Brussels but not for Liège) london fog is too foamy as well

  3. rayanr July 11, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    Brussels waffles are supposed to be soft and melt in your mouth, never crispy.

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