Jean-Baptiste Dandoy set up a bakery in old Brussels in 1829, and although the store has since moved, it still bears his name. Tucked into a quaint, cozy shop are some of the best traditional waffles, speculoos (spiced shortbread cookies), and pastries that Brussels has to offer. Try a Liège waffle (dense and chewy with pearl sugar baked right in) or a Brussels waffle (perfectly rectangular with an airier texture). All of the baked goods are handmade, using all-natural ingredients. The storefront has an appealing, boutique-feel, so go inside and fall in love with the delectable display of pastries and baked goods.
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