Dutch Stroopwafels (Caramel waffle) from Bangkok

Stroopwafels made in Thailand
As there was a discussion about "real dutch stroopwafels" I remembered that there is actually a bakery in Bangkok that makes them. With a bit of searching I found B4 Bakery. And so I ordered a test pack of 15 stroopwafels for 320 Thai baht (incl. 95 Thai baht EMS costs to send it to my home). It was send in a good box and every stroopwafel is separately packed in a sealed bag. Now the verdict : GOOD! Almost the same as in Holland. Of course never as good as fresh from the hot plate. I keep them in the fridge and straight from the fridge they will break when eating. But let them warm up a bit or heat them up in the oven and they are perfect!

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