Tasting differences


Brooke Landrum

In addition to being a popular brunch location, they have lunch and dinner. On the weekends the Clifton location has live music from 7 pm to 12 am. In addition to sit down locations, they have a stand in Findlay Market.

Brooke Landrum, Print Editor-in-Chief

It is no surprise that ‘Taste of Belgium’ is known for their Belgian cuisine; most importantly, their waffles. Their waffles are legendary, not to diminish their worth, I personally recommend the chicken and waffles.
They do however have a secret weapon that people tend to order on a whim to couple with their waffles, which could easily be on of their most popular products.
What people tend to overlook about this chain, is that their coffee is well done enough to stand on its own. The vanilla latte I had was almost bar none. Easily one of the best cups of coffee I ever had, void one small shop found in Chicago.
Aside from exquisite food, the view is incredible. Visiting the Clifton location, I sipped my coffee from a high top table looking out over the outdoor seating, able to participate in fantastic people watching of Vine Street.
My waiter was friendly and there is an ambiance of comfort as soon as one entered the building. The light colored wood and open kitchen creates a feeling of sitting in your own kitchen as you eat.
With three locations with very different styles, they have a store that is perfect for you and the formality you want or the casual trendy atmosphere you desire.
One thing the Taste has that is hard to find anywhere else is a large array of gluten free desserts.