The food truck, which serves up Belgian waffles with toppings such as ice cream, chocolate syrup, pulled pork and bacon, made its first stop in the neighborhood on July 22, dishing out treats on 71st Avenue between Austin Street and Queens Boulevard to surprised and elated customers.
Now they're looking to stick around, with plans to make their 71st Avenue stop a weekly occurrence.
"That's the plan. As long as people welcome us in their neighborhood," the truck tweeted.
Wafel & Dinges' distinctive yellow trucks are a fixture in Manhattan and Brooklyn, with customers forming lines almost from the moment the company tweets out its daily location.
The excitement has been palpable on Twitter, where users have been tweeting and retweeting about their newest culinary option in a neighborhood where food truck options are largely limited to the Yogo Frozen Yogurt truck.
Another user, tinyrissa, tweeted "so excited! my favorite @waffletruck is going to be in my neighborhood tomorrow! yay for #ForestHills" before the truck made its second appearance on July 29.