Arte 3 was one of the foremost Korean café’s to introduce dessert style waffles to Gwinnett! Owner Misun Goh moved to America eight years ago from Korea. She saw the opportunity to bring the same desserts to the Duluth area that are served in Korea. From this passion, she took ownership of Arte 3 and began her process of bringing Korean street food to Duluth, GA. What is unique about these waffles is the fact that the batter is made in house and you have the ability to choose how your waffle is made. There is the original waffle (my personal favorite), green tea waffle, choco, fruit choco, and cinnamon waffle. These are plated waffles covered in every form of goodness and definitely something you may want to share with a friend (unless you just really are having a desert chow down moment).
My first time trying a waffle here – I fell in love with the original waffle (photo on right). Dessert toppings aside – the waffle was just an amazing waffle – period. I think I mentioned to a worker there that I would love to come back just to purchase a waffle. This house made waffle was covered in kiwi, bananas, strawberries, green tea ice cream, and vanilla ice cream. Let's not forget its topped with whipped cream and multiple flavored syrups. Landing in front of me I had wished I had help but the experience was one I haven’t had in a long time. If eating a waffle covered in the desert seems strange to you, think of a flattened waffle cone that doesn’t have to drip all over your clothes while you eat it because it's served on a plate.
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