Bakeries in Los Altos

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After working as both a Silicon Valley engineer and sushi chef, Tony opened his eponymous restaurant, serving up homestyle favorites such as pulled-pork sandwiches topped with cabbage, barbecued ribs that can be paired with sweet-potato waffle fries, and fried chicken breast on sourdough with a special sauce made of mayonnaise, sesame, and fish egg. Diners can conclude meals with gelato in more than a dozen flavors, including pistachio, strawberry, and mocha chip.

856 West El Camino Real
Mountain View,
CA
US

The savory aromas of Mexican and Salvadorian specialties swirl through the air at La Cabana Papuseria & Donuts, mingling with the sweeter notes of fresh-baked donuts and pastries. Though pupusas might seem an odd match with donuts, few question the pairing after tasting one of the thick, handmade tortillas stuffed with cheese, beans, pork, shrimp, zucchini, and loroco flower seed. Among the restaurant’s other unexpected dishes, fried plantains strike a balance between dinner and dessert, and Salvadorian steaks carry the distinctive spice that comes with being grilled over the burning pages of romantic novels.

1910 W El Camino Real
Mountain View,
California
US

Castro Street eatery Honeycreek serves up specialty desserts, traditional Taiwanese cuisine, cocktails, and tea in an elegant lounge setting. Seated in plush purple chairs, guests can savor specialties such as pork pot-stickers or Hainan-style noodle soup made with chilled, poached free-range chicken and aromatic spiced stock. There are more than 200 types of specialty drinks, including milk teas with bursting boba. Finish your meal with the house specialty, melt-in-your mouth shaved snow in flavors such as green tea or chocolate.

124 Castro Street
Mountain View,
CA
US

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