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Cafe Dulce
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134 Japanese Village Plaza Mall Los Angeles, CA 90012
134 Japanese Village Plaza MallUSCALos Angeles90012
(213) 346-9910cafedulce.co
$CafeToday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Casual counter-serve cafe offering specialty coffees, light fare, pastries & baked goods.- Google
People talk about green tea, bacon donut, little tokyo, hong kong style and baked goods
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Christine Tran
reviewed 2 months ago
Located inside the Japanese Village Plaza is a cute little donut shop called Cafe Dulce. They've been opened for about 3 years now and have been doing extremely well. They have a bunch of different types of donuts including ones topped with fruity pebbles and even bacon. Prices range from $2.50- $3 for a donut. I thought it's a tad pricey for what it is in term of taste and quality. They also have hot and cold iced tea and coffee drinks as well. Salads and sandwiches are an option and you can even place your order online. Good place to stop in for an iced coffee or tea drink and snack if you are inside this plaza. Other than that, it is extremely inconvenient to get to as parking is little to none or you'd have to shell out some money to park at a nearby lot.
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Sandy Lo
reviewed 3 months ago
I opted to try the original Roti with almond paste. A few hours later, after I'd already gone home, I tried it and much to my regret, wondered why I hadn't purchased more! At $3.25, they may seem a bit expensive but the wonderfully soft texture of the bread seemed to melt into the almond paste that was neither too overwhelming or too sweet. In other words, it was perfect.
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Jennifer Wong
reviewed 4 months ago
Coffee and donuts is the best pairing in the world, and Cafe Dulce offers that. They use Lamill coffee. Their espressos and capps are well-made, but I am not a fan of their cold brew. It's not as concentrated as I'd like it to be. The donuts are excellent. I like the green tea donut. People love the maple bacon donut, which I think is just okay. I actually like their roti a lot. I was pleasantly surprised by the spirallina one, which was much lighter and chewier than I thought, and not tough. There are quite a bit of tables outside, but just counterspace inside. There is an outlet here and there. They do not have restrooms.
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Mandi Tom
reviewed 2 months ago
Hmm, I've heard good things about this spot - it's located in the Japanese Village Plaza, right by Yogurtland, Shabu Shabu house, etc. I'm not sure why this place has such good ratings. It's possible I ordered incorrectly. My froworker (friend + coworker) was craving some Vietnamese style coffee. You know, the iced, strong, sweet coffee that will keep you up for the rest of day. So we went in and ordered one. Uh did that just say $4.50 for a TINY cup of coffee? Uh. no thanks. Even taste wise, it was an odd taste. Not sure if it was the coffee they used, or the condensed milk. Uh, pass. I'll be spending a $1.50/2.50 in my hood. Heck even some of the other bougie places don't charge as much. The bacon donut and bacon donut hole caught our attention. At $1 for the bacon donut hole, it's not bad. It's pretty fluffy and a good mix between the doughy bacony salty, sweet taste. Overall decent. Would I try it again, probably not because it's not worth the calories. There's a sizable menu for food, but just judging by the amount of people, it's a pretty popular place for stuff. I might have ordered the wrong things. I'll give it one more try before I definitely write it off.
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Vickie Chan
reviewed 3 months ago
This place is the perfect spot to grab a drink or dessert after dinner in Little Tokyo! My fave drink here is the London Fog, which is a tea latte. The sweetness, milk, and tea all blend together perfectly for a great cup of tea latte! And choose any one of their baked goods to compliment your coffee or tea. All their baked breads and donuts are so good that I can't choose one to specially recommend. There is something for everyone's taste: bacon donut, fruity pebble donut, roti bread, churro bread, cream puffs, and even cakes!
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Nadia S.
reviewed 5 months ago
I just had the most amazing green tea custard filled donut, that was offered to me. All i can say is.... Out of this world delicious!!! Am gonna make a trip there very soon! Nice work guys !