Dulce Cafe, specializing in coffee (using LAMILL), carries a variety of Asian baked goods and serves up a pretty delicious dulce latte, which made with condensed milk. I preferred it to the normal latte - though that was also pretty good - not too bold, but still fragrant. They also serve Vietnamese Style Iced Coffee and Hong Kong Milk Tea (stronger than normal milk teas), which I would like to try. I also got the Sweet Potato Chesnut Roti, which is a pastry bread with sweet potato chestnut filling. The bread was really delicious, but I thought that there was a bit too much filling for my liking - and it's especially good if you ask them to heat it up for you!
The service was really friendly, and I'm glad I tried this place - even after a huge meal at Sushi Gen! The outdoor seating is perfect for the plaza since it's kinda like sitting in a Japanese village. Oooh, and the cafe is allegedly frequented by Aziz Ansari, my favorite! =P
Price: $7 USD for drink + pastry | $
Dulce Cafe (Website)
134 Japanese Village Plz
Los Angeles 90012