Ando: We were limited on time and wanted something sweet (oh and caffeine as well!). So The Lamstock wizzed off to a nearby cafe in Canley Heights. This is the third time I’ve been to What The Fudge. The service here is pretty friendly and it’s a comfortable place to chat. Parking in Canley Heights at night is horrific but during the day it’s not too bad. This was a night visit which meant a trek from our car to our destination. This cafe is usually filled with younglings so I couldn’t understand why they played music clips from the late 90s and early 2000s. Whilst an Nysnc song was playing, a young girl who sat next to us asked her boyfriend if Justin Timberlake was in band, as she was unsure if it was him on the TV screen. As the night progressed, the music got deafening and Belle had to request a waitress to turn down the volume. Perhaps we were too old to be there!
Flat White ($3.7) and Soy Latte ($3.7 + $0.5). Campos Coffee beans were used and I assumed that Bonsoy would be their preferred choice for soy milk, but unfortunately I saw them using Vitasoy. There was no real latte art and both coffees tasted burnt.
What The Fudge Belgian Waffles – Fresh strawberries, chocolate chips topped with caramel fudge and chocolate fountain sauce ($13). This was served with both a cinnamon and sugar waffle, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The waffles came out quick but I was expecting this signature dish to be more chocolatey.
Salted Caramel Sundae – with salted caramel and vanilla bean ice cream topped with caramel sauce, whipped cream and caramel fudge pieces ($10). I enjoyed the large serving and the best part was the caramel fudge pieces. I couldn’t get enough of the sweet and chewy bite-sized pieces.
Aside from coffee, tea and desserts, What The Fudge also offers a wide selection of light meals including Onion Rings, Cheesy Fries, Calamari Rings and Beef Burgers. Check out their Facebook page for the latest dishes and additional information.
278a Canley Vale Road, Canley Heights, NSW 2166
(02) 9727 6712