The North Market shuffle continues, and the latest vendor to move-Taste of Belgium-is using the change of scenery as an opportunity to refresh its offerings. It's something the Cincinnati-based stand hasn't done in its more than four years at the market.

The North Market shuffle continues, and the latest vendor to move-Taste of Belgium-is using the change of scenery as an opportunity to refresh its offerings. It's something the Cincinnati-based stand hasn't done in its more than four years at the market.

The new menu, launched early this week, now offers savory waffles (their traditional waffle topped with savory items) and frites alongside its popular crepes and waffles with sweet toppers. Diners can sit and enjoy their meal at a five-seat counter while watching cooks crisp up Taste of Belgium's signature crispy waffles.

Sweet waffles include Plain ($3.75), Fruit & Cream ($5), Chocolate & Cream ($5) and Banana & Nutella ($5). Savory waffle offerings include the open-faced Waffle N'Chicken ($10), and two waffle sandwich offerings, the Southwestern with turkey, pepper jack and chipotle mayo ($7) and Brie & Apple ($7).

You'll still find savory and sweet crepes (I'm eyeing the Lavender Sugar & Lemon Curd for my next visit), but also Frites to order as a standalone dish ($5) or on the side of a sandwich or crepe for $3. There's a choice of Belgian (twice fried, once in beef fat) or Vegan (not fried in beef fat), and you can opt for a side of spicy mayo (highly recommended).

While I will always have a sweet spot for the Banana & Nutella waffle (a dish which, until the menu changed, was usually a special request), this week I opted for the Chicken N'Waffle. A large, lightly breaded and fried chicken breast is served atop of one of Taste of Belgium's signature waffles and is drizzled with maple syrup and Frank's RedHot. It's a fun, spicy and sweet combo I recommend for a quick and easy comfort-food meal (it was made fresh and ready in less than 4 minutes).

Find Taste of Belgium near the southwest corner of the market.

If you're planning a trip to the North Market this weekend, don't forget Sunday is the Coffee Roast Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets are $15 and include coffee tastings, demos and entertainment.