Doughnut, cake, and waffle hybrid takes over London
London's Maltby Street Market features a food hybrid that has Londoners flocking to it.
On weekends, customers can get their hands on Dhan waffles. “Dhan” means “egg” in Mandarin. They are a combination of a doughnut, waffle, and cake shaped in the form of an egg and served in egg cartons.
The waffles are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They come in a variety of flavors, such as green tea and a special carrot mix. The topping choices include Nutella, salty caramel, Taiwanese honey, vanilla custard, peanut brittle, and other seasonal flavors.
Four eggs cost 5 British pounds, or 6.26 U.S. dollars. Six eggs cost 6 pounds, or 7.52 U.S. dollars.