creative bubble waffles freshly made to order
Bubble waffles, also known as egg waffles, eggettes, or gai daan jai (in Cantonese), originated in Hong Kong back in the 1950s and have since become one of the most iconic and popular street snacks. Born and raised in Hong Kong, the founders of BUBBO dessert are keen to bring their comfort food to Australia.
BUBBO dessert started as Brissy Bubble Waffle in 2016, which was the first market stall serving creative Hong Kong style bubble waffles in Brisbane. The Brissy Bubble Waffle team is experienced in catering the local crowds at various markets and events around Brisbane, and is still serving bubble waffles at Mt Gravatt Marketta every Saturday night. As our bubble waffles have turned out to be a crowd favourite in big events including the Royal Queensland Show (AKA the Ekka) and the South Bank Christmas Village Market, we were motivated to bring our passion and creativity to another level. Now, having developed into a dessert cafe on the Gold Coast, BUBBO dessert presents itself as an endeavour to bring together Hong Kong style bubble waffles and the Australian coffee culture.
Well known for its crispy outside and chewy inside when served hot, the bubble waffle is conventionally eaten plain in Hong Kong, but at BUBBO dessert we are offering a wide range of creative BUBBO waffles — combinations of flavoured waffle bases and assorted ice creams, sprinkled with various fruits and toppings. For our signature BUBBO combos, the bubbles are filled with all kinds of surprises such as Oreo crumbs and chocolate chips, which bring even more texture and fun! Take a look at our menu, and come visit soon to have a fun and yummy BUBBO waffle experience.
Shop 10, 2 Elkhorn Avenue
QLD 4217, Australia
Tue-Fri 2pm - 9:30pm
Sat 11am - 10pm
Sun 11am - 9:30pm
BUBBO's Statement Artwork
This statement artwork is hand drawn and painted by Little Thunder, a prominent comic artist based in Hong Kong. It is a portrait of Rachel, Little Thunder's acquaintance and the co-founder of BUBBO dessert, with an iconic Hong Kong street scene as the background. To see more amazing artworks from Little Thunder, click here to follow her on Instagram.
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