Scents of freshly ground coffee beans float inside Macchiato as baristas pour steamed milk into lattes and steep tea leaves infused with fruity flavors. Servers also deliver waffles topped with berries or savory kimchi pork alongside other Asian dishes ranging from noodle soups to stewed rice bowls. The restaurant cultivates a relaxing, creative environment by hosting acoustic musicians and decorating beverages with delicate milk foam shaped like leaves, bears, or babbling brooks.
Yogen Früz developed a unique blending system which combines its delicious and nutritious frozen yogurt and fresh fruit which allows you to customize your own flavor combination. Made fresh before your eyes, each serving is low in fat, high in fiber, with vitamins, probiotics and/or antioxidants and made fresh for you.
The first Kee Wah Bakery appeared in Hong Kong in 1938, where its moon cakes, bridal cakes, and other pastries gradually generated a loyal clientele. In 1985, when much of that clientele had migrated to the United States, Kee Wah set down new roots in LA to offer its signature floury goods to Californians. Patrons pick from egg tarts, crispy squares, and pineapple crust buns using a self-serve bakery system, which is refilled with fresh breads baked three times a day. During the autumn, when the Chinese Lunar Festival is in full swing, the bakery churns out moon cakes filled with lotus seed and red-bean paste. The shop's three locations in the San Gabriel Valley—Monterey Park, San Gabriel, and Rowland Heights—help meet the demand for Chinese wedding cakes and almond cookies throughout the valley.
Edible Arrangements fresh, artful fruit baskets combine the aesthetic elements and emotive properties of floral arrangements with the juicy deliciousness and socially acceptable edibility of fruit. The sweetener-free, preservative-free baskets are all handcrafted for each order, ensuring that deliveries arrive at the apex of freshness. Delve into the depths of fruity expression with Edible Arrangement's selection of singular gifts, such as the Little Special Expression ($24), the faux-floral vase of Simply Daisies ($52), or the boxed 30-some of decadent Fruit Truffles ($39). On a holiday or any day, an Edible Arrangement can turn a frown into an upright orange wedge, a tear into a three-tiered citrus structure, and a friend into still just a friend, but one with a sweet, balanced diet.
Le Arbre Tree House is a relaxing retreat for thirsty taste buds to rejoice in a bevy of beverages and Taiwanese-inspired delicacies. Snuggle into the bright, cozy surroundings with a flower mist ($4.80+), which combines dried tea leaves and flowers for a lighter tea taste; a caffeine-free cocktail ($3.80+) of ice blended with selected fruit concentrates; or a traditional boba milk tea ($4.30+), made frequently throughout the day to keep every sip soul warming. Picky pouts can request a customized drink by one of the talented tea baristas whose skills are renowned throughout the realm of parched throats and unsettled nerves. Stomachs can also be amply satisfied via Taiwanese-style dishes such as seaweed fish sticks ($4.80) or sausage rice ($7.80), served with traditional and spicy sausage and a choice of two toppings: hot, sauté, garlic, or wasabi.