…fōnuts is a modern coffee and doughnut shop. The shop features more than a dozen unique varieties that are baked using different methods of steaming and baking at high heat to replicate the light and fluffy texture of a doughnut — without the use of a fryer. True to the diverse pastry background of Chef Lucas, who has earned two perfect four-star reviews from The Los Angeles Times, fōnut offerings will run the culinary gamut from indulgent to gluten-free to vegan, sweet to savory, and traditional to avant-garde.
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Fonuts: Faux Donuts in Wild Flavors
There are just a few counter seats at fōnuts, a grab-and-go ‘donut’ shop in Mid-City, but that hasn’t kept fans from lining up for these new takes on the humble round treat…flavor choices for the baked-not-fried confections range from banana chocolate and strawberry buttermilk to rosemary olive oil and chorizo cheddar, while coffee comes from Lamill.
Photos: Tina Norton
Read more: http://www.zagat.com/buzz/fonuts-faux-donuts-in-wild-flavors-from-waylynn-lucas
Not just a bakery exclusively for crazy people, this long-awaited pastry shop opens today slinging LA Mill coffee and both yeast- and cake-based donuts (that are baked rather than fried) in silly delicious flavors ranging from peach/lemon/strawberry, to chorizo cheddar, to rosemary, to one made with rum, which is surprisingly not red, even if the case kind of does make it look like it’s Shining.
Read more: http://thrillist.com//food/los-angeles/ca/90048/mid-wilshire/fonuts_coffee_dessert#ixzz1ilHSFbWg