The 20th Season
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The Korean Waffles
A common winter street scene in Korea is that of food carts selling bungeoppang on street corners. Bungeoppang is made by pouring flour dough into the fish-shaped cast iron mold and filling it with red bean, cream paste. Bungeoppang can vary but the taste is always a crowd-pleaser.
For many Koreans, the sight of freshly baked bungeoppang and its sweet aroma wafting through the crisp winter air is a signal that winter has truly arrived.
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The Korean Pancakes
“These delicious little treats I can call it ‘piece of heaven’ “
Hotteok is probably the most friendly winter snack favoured by all Koreans alike.
Hotteok is made with dough from glutinous rice flour mixture and filled with a mix of brown sugar with cinnamon. The round and flat pancakes are then lightly cooked on a griddle. Some variations include hotteok stuffed with vegetables. Be careful when you take that first bite; although the brown-sugar filling is delicious, it is often very hot. Like many of the other street foods in Korea, hotteok is a steal at one of the top favoured street snacks.
“A Korean owned sweet/savoury waffles and pancakes, ready to eat, HOT in hand. We had the 5 for $5 fish waffles, with mixed fillings of custard/red bean/veggies. The veggies one is much flavorful then we expected, had to go back and grab another 5 of them. My 3-year-old loves the custard filling one, ate almost two of them by himself!”
“These pancakes were really good! It’s filed with a peanut, cinnamon sugary paste and the pancake has a nice soft and chewy texture!”
“Randomly stumbled upon this little shop and had a fish pancake, it was delicious! Very nice crisp shell and not too sweet filling :D”
“It’s a good snack for a rainy day. Hot, fresh and lil sweet. The red bean paste is not as sweet as other places. Love it so much.”
“Love this place! They are located on the corner of the shopping complex but it will be hard to miss if you follow the smell with your nose.”
Korean Waffles & Pancakes
In Sep. 2002, this unique Korean Waffles introduced in Canada For the first time.
We have been under the same person, the same locations for 20 years.
We can not count how many fishes, how many pancakes are made.
Since year 2002, Our company growing from ‘Kim’s Food’, ‘Five Loves Two Fish International’, ‘Korean Pancakes’ and here we are The ‘Kim’s Korean Waffles & Pancakes’.
We will continue to serve the Same seasons, Same location, Same hours.
Enjoy your winter and taste our ‘Piece of Heaven’ 😉
Pre- Pick up Request
- The request is only available for large orders. (Over $20.00)
- The form must be submitted at least one day before the initial pick-up time. (Cut off 10 pm.)
- You must clearly indicate Pickup time (Between 12 pm ~ 5 pm)
- Be prepared, you might be waiting at your pickup time.
- Please keep physical distance from other customers while you wait.
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— Hours —
Mon. to Thu. from 11 AM to 6 PM. Fr. & Sat. ~ 7 PM