Taste of Belgium, the Wexner Center’s new café, began offering a full breakfast and lunch menu Monday.
Located in the Wexner Center’s lower lobby, Taste of Belgium is replacing Cam’s on Campus.
Taste of Belgium is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday The location does not accept swipes.
“We offered the bid to be here and so far we have been really pleased with how things are going,” said RJ White, manager of Taste of Belgium. “We have a comfortable space and we offer more of an international flair that we know people are excited about.”
Taste of Belgium also has a location at the North Market and Findlay Market in Cincinnati. The café specializes in European-inspired fare, including handmade Liège-style waffles.
“Our waffles are made with Belgian beet sugar and organic buckwheat flour,” White said. “The waffle is one of our signature items because of the ingredients.”
Some students were excited about the cafe’s opening.
“The café is right down from the Fine Arts Library, which makes it convenient,” said Daniel Pritchard, a fifth-year in photograph.
Sarah Dunlap, a second-year graduate student and teaching assistant in English, also said Taste of Belgium’s location was convenient.
“I think this is a good place to meet with students outside of class,” Dunlap said. “A lot of my colleagues even hold office hours here.”
The management hopes Taste of Belgium becomes a popular spot for students.
“The whole idea behind food being art and being in an art museum,” White said, “we hope that the OSU community can share in that excitement.”