Tea Bar Cafe’s menu is stuffed with Asian-style cuisine and a large selection of boba teas, slushies, shaved ice, and other delicious treats. Fend off a malicious appetite with stinky tofu ($4.75)—the popular and odoriferous dish of fermented tofu—or a serving of fried squid balls ($4.25). Plenty of entrees are available to silence a belly button that won’t stop yapping, such as teppan pork ($6.99) or a fried chicken filet rice set served with black pepper and mushrooms ($6.99).
Grandpa's Tea House was started in the early months of 2011 by two individuals who were seeking healthier food and drinks for their friends and family. Grandpa's Tea House's opening in Arcadia, CA on July 1, 2011 marks the beginning of a path towards a better alternative to the American habit of BURGERS/SODA. We are offerin
Goldstein's fresh bagels are made by hand daily, dipped into a boiling bath and hearth baked for a glossy sheen and hearty interior. A bevy of circular creations await your mouth hub, including specialty bagels like cinnamon-raisin, asiago cheese, and delectable peanut butter chocolate chip, as well as classic favorites such as egg, poppy seed, and pumpernickel (usually $6 for six bagels). Upgrade doughy disks with schmears of herb, strawberry, or lox cream cheese, or pair with fresh-squeezed orange or coffee.
The chefs at Bun Bun form their beef, chicken, veggie, and pork patties in the American style but cook them with an Asian twist—they mix in Taiwanese seasonings and bathe many in their housemade Bun Bun sauce. Each sandwich, whether nestled between a standard burger bun or a rice bun or tucked inside a pita pocket, comes topped with ingredients such as egg, cheese, and peanut butter. Diners wash down bites with a range of fruit teas, smoothies, and iced milk drinks while the scent of seasoned meat, potatoes, taro balls, and sauces wafts among café tables, bright neon lights, and two white couches flanking a coffee table.
Beard Papa's traces its origins to 1999 in a simple cream puff shop in Osaka, where bakers whipped up sweet cream-filled pastries from French choux dough. Today, the beloved pastry shop lays claim to storefronts in 15 different countries?all the countries in the world, if you believe George Washington's maps. These shops charm clients across the globe with all-natural cream puffs, chocolate fondants, and other baked goods free from artificial flavoring. Guests savor the otherworldly flavor of rare treats such as a pastry filled with green-tea custard, chewy-crunchy Paris Brest pastries, and fluffy, chewy mochi puffs.