The Environment

Free Range Chicken and Eggs

Until recently we were only able to supply Free-Range eggs at The Waffle House. But in 2014 we are now able to give you Free Range chickens in all our chicken dishes. This step is part of our on-going effort to ensure our business supports ethical and humane food production methods. There is a lot…

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Ramble through Ramsgate

Did you know that the Waffle House is perfectly positioned along the well known Ramsgate Marine Ramble? The Marine Ramble offers walkers and nature enthusiasts a well-maintained and easy-to-follow 6km path from just before Margate in the north to Southbroom in the south. This beautiful stretch of coastline offers glorious views of the ocean, coastal…

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The Changing Face of Ramsgate

Yes we’ve been around a while, and things are a little different these days. Recently a customer told us “we’re in the business of making memories!”  What a lovely thought.  We love being a part of your history and happy memories. So if you have any old pictures of your Waffle House memories (or any…

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A Community Effort!

After many months of hard work, as the lead tenants, the Ramsgate Lions have secured the old Ramsgate Bowling Club on behalf of the Ramsgate Village community and work has started in earnest to develop it into a vibrant meeting point where locals can take part in all kinds of interesting activities. Officially called the…

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The Ramsgate Conservancy

We are honoured to play a part in supporting the Ramsgate Conservancy, a voluntary, co-operative, environmental management team that promotes the stewardship of our natural resources at a community level. The Conservancy recently hosted their AGM at The Waffle House, and we want to pass on our congratulations to them for winning the Hibiscus Coast…

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Have you explored Tanglewood yet?

A visit to the Waffle House is always an exciting outing, not only enjoying the delicious variety of waffles on offer, but also discovering the hidden delights that exist just beyond the bridge in Tanglewood Forest. Tanglewood Forest is a preserved piece of the original sub-tropical forest that used to surround the iBilanhlolo River. Not only…

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