The streets of Kensington smell a whole lot sweeter since Johan Maes sparked up his waffle iron.
At Goed Eten, Maes (co-owner of Petit Dejeuner) dishes out true Belgian style waffles ($3.50) laden with syrup, fresh fruit and billows of whipped cream.
We loved the dough-based Liège ($1.25) sweetened with tiny bursts of sugar, cinnamon and honey. And to satisfy a savoury craving try a waffle sandwich ($4.50) stuffed with peameal bacon, pesto and three cheeses.
Delicious to the very last bite.
Goed Eten, 66 1/2 Nassau St., Toronto, 647-345-7633. Open Thursday to Sunday.
Seating is limited so prepare to eat your gofre on-the-go.