13317 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
LA's Portuguese Bakery & Cafe
Based in Sherman Oaks, Calif., Natas Pastries is LA's Portuguese Bakery Cafe. The restaurant's menu includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, catering/ party, and cake menus. The restaurant specializes in traditional dishes and tapas from Portugal, knowned as Petiscos . Natas Pastries produces all of the baked goods including the Portuguese sweet bread in house, all is made by hand through the night and served fresh when the doors open at 8 am each morning. Natas Pastries also serves coffee drinks, Portuguese wines and Beers and of course the famous Port and Sangria drinks. It hosts various events, such as birthdays, showers, company parties and social events in an intimate setting of a room completly decorated with traditional imported Portuguese tile walls and chandeliers. Natas Pastries offers a variety of party sweets, from the most popular as the signature pastry, nata, to the bola de berlin as well as brownies, eclairs, napoleons, malassadas, pasteis de coco and much more.
Delivery & Catering. Room is available for private parties.
Portuguese chef available for private events.
Located in the middle of Sherman Oaks,in a strip mall in the restaurant row of ventura blvd, next to Casa Vega between Woodman and Coldwater Canyon, across from a big car wash.
Indoor and outdoor dinning. Private lot parking with extra parking in back of restaurant after 6 pm
Natas Pastries & Portuguese Cafe
Natas Pastries, La's Portuguese Restaurant & Cafe
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Bakeries
Pets Allowed: Yes
No coupons available
06/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I recently had to find a breakfast place for friends that has pancakes and waffles instead of just the usual too healthy egg white omelette and fruit, so we ended up at Natas Pastries. It feels like a little European vacation in Sherman Oaks. The decor is charming and the staff is friendly and attentive. I loved being served steamed milk for my coffee and having water served at the table in an old fashioned bottle as well as having enough yummies in my omelette to make it seem as decadent as the pancakes. Natas is truly a quiet little gem of a restaurant.
03/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I grew up in a Portuguese-American community and have spent many vacations in Portugal and Madeira. I can assure anyone wondering about authenticity that Natas pastries are as good, or better, than any Portuguese sweets I've ever had. I love everything they sell and the owners and counter staff could not be nicer. Here is a place that truly deserves great success and merits the nice user reviews it's gotten. GO but not if you're trying to lose pounds.
01/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I like sitting at one of the outdoor tables, sipping coffee and noshing on a nata or whatever unusual treat I've chosen from the bakery display case. It's different than any other bakery around, even if I don't always love the treat I've picked that day. The staff is really nice.
pro- I tasted the natas and they were good. For two dollars you find a pastry hard to find somewhere else in the San Fernando Valley.
- helpful cashier
con- no place to sit inside. Only 2 tables outside with about 4 seats.
It has a fast-food setting where you order and leave. Hope there's space to sit down or gets bigger to enjoy the aromas soon.
02/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I had to leave a note in support of my favorite bakery/cafe . I have been coming to this bakery since it opened a few years ago. Being a teacher I have little time on breaks but always made time to come with my colleges and have these amazing sweets and their delightful coffee.
I am a fan of many of their things, one of them, their brownies are to die for. Everything here is made from scratch and you can tell. I had their breakfast and lunch, the food is unbelievable, truly homemade!
Great service, great food, great coffee, best brownies ;-)!
11/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
It's the only place in Los Angeles were you can get ""pasteis de bacalhau (cod)"" that's a savory Portuguese treat and also the ""natas"" in Portugal they call that pasteis de Belem.
The owner is Portuguese and very friendly.
Why 4 stars? Well the other pastries there are good but no phenomenal, nothing out of the ordinary.