Crunchy's Waffles

Food Bus

Crunchy’s double decker food bus boasts a mouth-watering menu of Belgian & Dutch waffles, which diners can enjoy from the top deck of the bus.

Choices include the Club Tropicana (waffles topped with tropical fruit, mango ice-cream, whipped cream and drizzled with house made strawberry sauce) and The Flying Dutchman (waffles with fresh banana, crème brulee ice cream, whipped cream, waffle chunks and house made caramel sauce and The Gold Digger (waffles topped with strawberries, honeycomb, lemon-meringue ice cream, whipped cream and strawberry sauce).

Crunchy's Waffles

Meanwhile Double delicious is the Double Decker waffle, fresh berries, variety of ice-cream, whipped cream and melted chocolate sandwiched between two waffles; with Waffle Junior ideal for little one’s – waffle with one scoop of ice-cream, whipped cream, mini marshmallows sprinkled with hundreds and thousands.

Crunchy's Waffles

Drinks wise, there’s soft drinks, thick shakes, hot chocolate and coffee.

Nice to know - Crunchy's is family owned and operated.

Need to know - You'll find Crunchy's at various markets and locations around Brisbane and SEQ. Check Crunchy's facebook page for updates.

By Deb Lidster

Crunchy's

Various locations

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