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If you're arranging dinner for a crowd, it's hard to go wrong with pizza. The same goes for coffee and waffles. What makes these foods so ubiquitously popular and unique? Macau-born Le Cordon Bleu graduate Sundi Sunarjo has a theory: it's the passion and love. In opening her cozy sweet shop, Love to Go, Sundi dreamed of a creating signature dessert that would be as customizable and broadly appealing as those two classic snacks.
She came up with the "waffza." First, Sundi slices a big waffle into quarters, then dips each "slice" in 60% dark Ghirardelli chocolate. From there, it's time to consult the customer: would they prefer to add peanuts or english toffee? Or perhaps a topping combo based on s'mores? Ice cream and whipped cream finish off this sweet fusion. (Waffles also come undipped and crispy, served in sundaes and other creations.)
Creativity spreads into every corner and cup of the cafe. Baristas specialize in a unique brand of latte art, which landed on LAist's list of The 10 Cutest Foods in the San Gabriel Valley and the Los Angeles Times. Instead of etching a traditional heart or leaf, they take extra time to draw portraits or write out messages in color. In fact, they can even sculpt three-dimensional critters from the foam, resting on a pedestal of the fair-trade Lamill coffee.