It was in 2011 when I last visited Kula Cafe (https://chechemui.wordpress.com/2011/04/19/kula-cafe) for their Swedish Waffle and my knowledge about the different types of waffle was zero. But over time I have discovered Belgium, Dutch and Swedish Waffle. All have the own characteristic from texture and taste.
Swedish waffle is similar to a Belgium waffle, but the major different is that Swedish waffle is thiner and it is usually served in layers like a cake. At Kula cafe they serve two pre-created Swedish Waffle – Simply Swedish (£4.50) which is Swedish waffle with cream and jam, or Swedish Swish (£5.90).
The Swedish Swish is the one I ordered and it is divine. It consisted of fresh Swedish waffle filled with Nutella, sliced bananas, sliced strawberries and topped with strawberries, cream and a scoop of strawberry. Then finish off with drizzle of chocolate sauce.
If neither of these two Swedish Waffle tickle your taste buds then you can create your own. You have the options of two or three scoops of ice cream, with your choice of toppings, syrups and fruits.
My recommendation is to order Kula Cafe’s Swedish Waffle when you there, but they also do Belgium Waffle. Also for any one who do not have a sweet tooth then there are a selection of savoury waffle dishes to order.
Kula Cafe is a place I will think of if I want to sit down for a dessert, during/after a shopping spree along Oxford street. The cafe is located behind Selfridges store, which is close to Bond Street tube station so making it convenient to reach.
21 James Street