June 19, 2015 Street food 1 Comment

Stall

Stall

I’m a creature of social media and my dining decisions are often made by mentions, positive or negative, made there. When I had a barrage of tweets favourited by a newly arrived food business, it certainly caught my attention. I made a note to visit and given that they were trading at the Localmotives Market, this visit proved to be easily achievable.

The business in question was Daizy Delicious a purveyor of crepes and waffles, across sweet and savoury options.

After catching up with market supervisor Tania and waving to the Edin-Burgers, I ordered a savoury crepe and took a seat while it was prepared.

Crepe

Crepe

The Italian Job (£4) featured mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. It promptly arrived looking rather neat. It proved good eating with particularly profuse basil balancing the melted cheese and sweet tomatoes.

Wacky waffle

Wacky waffle

I had room for dessert so gave one of their wacky waffles on a stick (£3) a try, opting for the caramel sauce variety. The waffle was lovely and lightly crisp. The sauce, studded with hundreds and thousands, was buttery and sweet.

So overall, I enjoyed my stop at Daizy Delicious. It served me two nicely prepared snacks with warmly welcoming service. It’s a good new reason to visit the Localmotive Market, as it continues to build its profile in a station that’s otherwise very poorly served for food options.

4 stars 2

Written by BKR