On A Waffle Binge – Wawa Land Round 2

(Update: This outlet is permanently closed.)

Can’t believe I came here two nights in a row, just with different people. 😀

C introduced me to this cafe that serves some pretty bangin’ waffles. (You can read the previous review here) The next day, S and I were looking to catch some Pokemon, but since our usual spot was packed with people we ended up at IOI Boulevard and I took him to Wawa Land for some waffles.


It was a weekend night and the place was packed with families and young couples. They don’t have that many staff to man the counter/kitchen, so it can get really slow – but have some patience and you’ll be rewarded with some good food. I wouldn’t recommend this place to people in a hurry; it’s more a place to chill and hangout with friends.

Got a caramel sea salt latte. Coffee wasn’t too bitter, milk was frothy, and the caramel/sea salt gave it a nice sweet/salty kick.


Feeling peckish, but there weren’t many savoury snacks available. Opted for some fried chicken nuggets, which came with a thousand island sauce dip.


S said he was on a ‘mango binge’ recently, so we got waffles with vanilla ice-cream, fresh mangoes and fruit sauce. The mangoes were quite sour but was offset well by the sweet and creamy vanilla ice-cream. Waffles were fluffy and dusted with a thin layer of sugar. As mentioned before, they have a more compact, crispier texture than the ones from Owls Cafe, but they hold their own pretty well.


Portion is big enough for two.

Waffles @ Wawa Land Cafe, IOI Boulevard Puchong Jaya

[UPDATE] This cafe is now permanently closed.


“I’ll meet you at 7 at Wawa land.”

“What land?”

“Wawa land.”

That was the convo between C and I when she made plans to meet me at this newly opened cafe in Bandar Puchong Jaya. Quirky name aside, the place dishes out some pretty good waffles. They also have Wi-fi and lots of electrical outlets – just what we were looking for. C had to work on her business presentation and I had some freelancing articles to finish.


C ordered hot lemon tea. It had a nice balance of flavours; not too sweet from sugar/honey, with just a hint of bitter and sour.


Spaghetti bolognese with chicken sausages. The pasta was nice and al-dente, and the ingredients were fragrant and aromatic, with bits of minced chicken meat, pepper, thinly sliced mushrooms and onions. Could do with more salt though.

Each meal comes with a choice of Ala-Carte (dish only), Classic (with three choice of drinks) and Premium (any drink on the menu). I had Milk Tea with mine.



C had carbonara, which came with thin slices of beef pepperoni, bellpeppers and mushrooms in a cream sauce. Again, the flavours are there but they just need a bit more salt. Portions were reasonable.


The cafe is better known for their delectable desserts, such as pancakes and waffles. We ordered one with salted caramel sauce. The dish came served with two scoops of chocolate/vanilla ice-cream. Waffles were crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. They’re pretty good, although I still prefer the one from Owls Cafe. Still, this place is a good alternative if you’re a Puchong-ite and don’t feel like driving all the way to Bukit Jalil.


F-G-21, IOI Boulevard,
Jalan Kenari 5, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100, Puchong,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu (11:00am – 10:00pm)
Fri (11:00am – 12:00am midnight)
Sat (10:00am – 12:00am midnight)
Sun (10:00am – 10:00pm)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wawalandmy/