The best thing about this place is they have a great selections of lunch, dinner, coffee, dessert, and drinks. On top of it, it opens early in the morning till around 1 or 2 am. If you're craving for something sweet, I'd recommend their chocolate or hazelnut truffle. It's really good!
- General Info:
- Previously known as Haus Dessert Boutique, HAUS by Coffee Hunter is a Los Angeles dessert cafe in Korea Town that specializes in exotic coffees and pour overs. We also serve Asian fusion food and fruit juices to go along with our macaroons and specialty waffles. Our baristas are sure to put a smile on your face with their beautiful latte art designs. See why so many locals, tourists, and celebrities frequently dine with us!
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, visa
- Wilshire Center - Koreatown, Central LA
HAUS by Coffee Hunter
- Coffee & Espresso Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Dessert Restaurants, Caterers, Coffee & Tea, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Parking: Lot, Valet, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Definitely one of the high-end coffee places in Korea town (as much as $20 for one cup of coffee for hand dripped coffee) Service and food quality is decent but I am not sure I want to revisit this place because there are many other places I can go for paying lower price
01/17/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Haus has to be the prettiest and best decorated cafe in Los Angeles. From the awesome floral wall paper, to the adorable modern couches to the sparkly chandeliers.... it's too cute. They also have these buttons on the table where you can press if you want water, the waiter or the bill.
It reminds me of being back in Tokyo, where they take their cafes very seriously.
Haus has a great selection of teas, including a ginger tea made with real ginger slices that are sitting in your cup. Great for when you have a cold. They also have this giant bowl of shaved ice with sweet red beans and some other kind of juicy concoctions that's pretty damn good. The best part of this dessert was when I bit into something so tasty and I was like, HOLD THE PRESSES, IS THIS WHAT I THINK IT IS? Fried friggin mochi! I didn't know you could fry mochi but you can! And it's sooooo gooood!
So the next time you're in K-town and have a hankerin for some fried mochi red bean milky dessert, come on down to Haus.