"This place was the most original waffle spot I have ever been to. The goat cheese and (brandied) black cherry waffle was the best waffle I have ever had and I highly recommend this place to anyone."
Agyness Du Bois
The coffee was amazing! There were so many options for waffles I will definitely have a lot of trips back before I try them all. The waffles were very tasty!!
Fantastic! Been there several times now, it's become a staple in our visits to Albuquerque. Biscuits and gravy waffles are to die for.
Amazing, best breakfast I have had in Eight States!
This is one of my favorite breakfast places in the ABQ. The sweet waffles are so good (they're my favorite, but the savory ones are tasty also). Their coffee is some of the best you can find around. Seating can be tricky, but it's worth the wait and the hunt to enjoy the wonderful meal! Not much parking, but there's a lot on the street.
We are now open for carry-out orders and a limited amount of patio seating.
For our customer's safety and satisfaction, we do not accept third-party orders
La Waffleria does not accept orders from PostMates, DoorDash, GrubHub, UberEats or any other-third party food delivery service.
Here is why:
1. We want to keep your food safe! Nearly 1/3 of drivers for third-party delivery services admit to “sampling” the orders that they are delivering.* We believe that actually incidence of delivery drivers eating some of their customers food is much higher. It is not possible for us to assure food safety and integrity when it passes through a third party’s hands before it reaches our customer.
2. We want your order to be accurate! When you order online with us, or in person, we have a very particular set of options we query you about (e.g. Red or green? Vegan or meat-based? Gluten free?). When you order from GrubHub or similar, they have no way of asking you these important questions.
3. We want your order to be from an up-to-date menu! Grubhub and similar third-party services, when dealing with restaurants (like ours) who refuse to sign a contract with them, engage in a ‘forced partnering” business model wherein they copy our menus onto their own website without our permissoin and hijack our orders. The problem for the customer is that these menus, once stolen, seem never to be updated. Our real menus are constantly being updated and modified. When the customer orders from these out-of-date menus they are likely to be disappointed.
4. We want to keep prices down! Grubhub and similar charge restaurants about 30% of the price of the order. While this may be sustainable for restaurants that sell very low-cost, low-quality food (fast food chains) where only a small portion of the price of an item represents the restaurant’s cost of food, that is not the case with us. For us to pay a third-party company 30% of each order would mean we would have to raise our prices substantially.
Thank you for your understanding,