Suelo ir los domingos por la manana a la panederia el pan es muy delicioso. Trato amable de la cajera hacia los clientes,exelente pero hoy presencie algo que realmente de indignó.La manager del lugar le habló muy feo a la cajera frente a todos los que estabamos comprando. No es la primera vez que veo este tipo de en este lugar. No cabe duda que entre nosotros los latinos en vez de apoyarnos, entre nosotros nos humillamos. Me da tristeza al ver situaciones asi. Por favor a la persona dueño/a del restaurante/panamderia ponga atención en esta situación al igual que yo muchas personas nos fijamos en este tipo de incidentes.
These are the best tamales! Moist, delicious. I am 52 years old, and I can remember when we were kids my mom telling my dad, " only get the tamales from La Mascota"! My mom is a great cook; she always would tell us she knows how to make tamales from scratch. But when we would ask her to make some, she would say, "we'll just buy them from La Mascota". They are that good. When our relatives come from Mexico, they feast on tamales from La Moscota. Be warned; during the Holidays get there early. I get there at 5:30 AM and have to wait in line. Get there after 4 PM and you may find that they have sold out.
I have tried the most well known famous cupcake "joints" in town and they are just filled with a sack of C&H sugar with food coloring. This bakery takes the time to make their cupcakes in small batches with lots of love. My favorite is the red velet! They are worth the drive and parking has never been a problem for me. I will drive around until a spot opens up because these are the only cupcakes I ever want to eat or give away as a gift. They are simple, fresh and beautifully presented. I always feel great after having one of their cupcakes and it always brightens my day or night!!!
My sister got my birthday cake from Lupitas and I was so impressed when I opened the box. She's gotten several of her cakes from there, but she also got my nephew's cake there that was shaped like a basketball, I thought that was very creative in itself. As far as taste, it is one of the most delicious non-homemade cakes I've ever had and almost everyone who ate it wanted to know where it came from. So this is definitely the place for cakes, plust they open early so you can get the cake out of the way when decorating.
When I think souplantation, I know I am going to get a wide variety of healthy, fresh-cooked meals. It is a place my family frequent because the food is served buffet-style, its all you can eat and there are plenty of options for my picky 4 year old. They have raise prices, though and have put out smaller dishes. Still, there's no limit to how much you can eat. I always try their new items and discover new favorites. My favorites though are the chunky chicken noodle soup, tuna tarragon salad and endless desserts.
Ruby Bakery is my preferred bakery. It's where I order a cake every 1st Sunday of the month to honor birthdays of people in my congregation. It's also where I get sugar-free cookies for my friends who are diabetic. We all love their strawberry cream cakes, sure. And I buy quite a few of their chocolate cakes with chocolate mousse filling, chocolate frosting, and chocolate sprinkles. Oh, yeah!! Why? Because their cakes are great! And owners Amy, Brian, Eliott and the whole family are wonderful people. Try them!
I discovered this small, family run bakery a few years back and have been a regular customer ever since. The owner Marc is this amazing guy who is always willing to do special orders, custom cake designs, you name it. The prices are very reasonable, the food includes amazing delicious authentic Mayan cuisine. Their baked goods are always fresh, give them 48 hour notice for cakes and they'll even deliver for an extra fee. Can't recommend them enough, a must try.
Where do I start? I LOVE their cookies. I can just hide with a box of rugallahs and chocolate dipped lace florentines and come our only after they are all gone. I am convinced they add crack to their Napoleons. I love Vitor Benes' Napoleon but I have to give it to Beverlywood bakery on this one. Something about the custard and flakiness of the cake layers that make it amazing. No wonder this bakery has been in business for over 70 years.
We like their buffet on weekends and affordable combo meals . If you are craving for Filipino dishes, you have to try their all you can eat menu. Cakes and native desserts are available as well. Coffee is always free. You can get their famous ensaymada and mamon at their bakery in the same location. Since you are already there, you might as well get their VIP rewards card which earns points every time you purchase from them.
Cool spot. Large communal tables and good ole street parking. So now down to the food.Ok so I had the brioche french toast, in the beginning it was tasty but I then started to taste something similar to a lunch item, which leads me to believe they cook breakfast and lunch on he same griddle. I'm not saying it wasn't yummy just I don't want my breakfast to taste like lunch unless I order it that way. The latte was yummy.