Rofl Wafl

Carseldine

Rofl Wafl in Carseldine is a quirky waffle and pancake parlour perfect for a fun-filled decadent treat.

Gourmet waffles, buttermilk pancake stacks, crazy crepes and gourmet thickshakes are the specialty at Rofl Wafl - along with a good laugh or two.

rofl wafl

The outdoor tables are all undercover, making it an ideal spot to enjoy breakfast or lunch in any weather.

The all-day breakfast menu features a creative range of waffles, such as Death by Choc Wafl, Lemon Meringue Wafl, Cookies and Cream Wafl, and the super-decadent Rofl Wafl.

rofl wafl

Rofl Wafl also serve a range of sweet and savory crepes - ham and cheese, chicken and avocado, bacon and mushroom, strawberries and cream or cinnalemon to name a few. The buttermilk pancakes come in a choice of stacks ranging from two to six. They serve Merlo coffee, as well as pots of organic tea, juices and soft drinks to accompany those amazing wafls.

rofl wafl

Gourmet thickshakes are another major drawcard at Rofl Wafl. These come overflowing with tempting treats along the lines of Malteser Madness, Reeces Pleases, Nutty Nutella, or Ridiculous Red Velvet.

Need to know - Rofl Wafl is located within Carseldine Central where there is ample parking available.

By Lucy Hordern

Rofl Wafl

735 Beams Rd

Carseldine

Opening Hours

0450 311 731

Map

735 Beams Rd Carseldine

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