Monday, June 17, 2024

Review: Beleaf Cafe

The Beleaf Burger outside the restaurant at Westfield Topanga Mall in Canoga Park, Calif. on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. Photo By Bala Subramaniyan. Fast food chains across the globe provide limited vegan options for people to try. Places like Carls Jr. and Burger King only offer one vegan...

Food review: White Rabbit Cafe

White Rabbit Cafe originally began as a food truck before opening a brick and mortar location in 2010, Canoga Park, Calif. The location is not much bigger than a food truck and from the small kitchen hidden from view the cafe serves its take on Filipino fusion combining ingredients of Filipino cuisine and presenting them in versions of familiar...

Review: Sweetness Cake & Cafe

Current stay at home orders from the city of Los Angeles and the state of California has made it challenging for people to dine at their favorite cafes or restaurants. There are still two ways for people to get their favorite treat from their neighborhood bakery,...

Review: Woodlands Indian Cuisine

Woodlands Indian Cuisine restaurant is at Chartworth, CA. Photo By Bala Subramaniyan. Searching for good vegetarian South Indian restaurants in the San Fernando Valley ends here.  South India is not only culturally different from the rest of the country, but it also has different cuisine and customs. The ingredients used in Indian cooking...

Review: Nat’s West Café

Nat’s West Café on Topanga is definitely a spot you should go to for a meal anytime of the day.  Their staff is so sweet and patient and the whole ambiance of the little cafe is very mid western for sure with all the beautiful...

REVIEW: Aroma Coffee and Tea Co

Aroma Coffee and Tea Co is located at 4360 Tujunga Ave. in Studio City. The cafe is open six days a week from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. It opens at 6:30 a.m. and closes at the same time on Sundays. Aroma Coffee and Tea Co is a cafe that reminds you of...

Food review: Firehouse

Photo by: Erick Ceron Driving east from Pierce College, in the corner of Victory and Reseda Boulevard you can find a place that doesn’t look to fancy nor pretends to be. You enter from the back of the building, and instantly get the sense of a wooden cabin feel in the middle of nowhere. The red brick walls, wood floors,...

Review: Humble Bee Cafe

The garden omelet at Humble Bee Cafe comes with home-styled potatoes and consists of caramelized onions, mushrooms, jack cheese and spinach. Photo by Luis Mendoza.The drinks at Humble Bee Cafe are refreshing and no ingredient overpowered the others. Photo by Luis Mendoza.A side of pancakes at Humble Bee Cafe fills the entire takeout container. Photo by Luis Mendoza.The...

No knead to look farther than Pastries by Edie

Once entering the vine floral gates to the patio surrounded by scenic murals, the noise of busy Sherman Way disappears to this little slice of Europe called Pastries by Edie. The full-service bakery contains several golden glass cases with hundreds of different types of patterned pastry desserts. Don’t be alarmed when choosing which creation to consumer first. The mouthwatering fruit tart...

Review: El Cocinero Restaurant

The core of Mexican cuisine is savored through the technicalities of cooking meat, but a place in the San Fernando Valley proves it can be pleasantly replaced by plants. El Cocinero Restaurant proclaims itself as being the first of its kind in the Valley–vegan Mexican food.
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