The Low Down
Save Time: Call ahead to have a cake or pastry platter prepared for your special occasion.
Where to Sit: Although the restaurant is best for carry out, those with some time to spare can devour their eats and treats at the handful of patio tables in front.
What to Drink: If you are sticking around, you can wash down those confections with a cup of espresso.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Natas is one of the very few Portuguese eateries in all of L.A., and it's a real charmer. Nata means "cream," and pasteis de nata is a signature egg-cream pastry tart expertly prepared by friendly owner Fatima Marques. Next to the busyâ¦
By redst9r at Citysearch
AMAZING FOOD. We come here for brunch very often. it's great. I always mix up what I get. Caramel crunch waffle or open egg sandwich. mmmm Now i'm ... Read More
By susan at GrubHub
It was delicious especially the pancakes :)
By Steve P. at Judy's Book
Such great delicious food and the place is just nice too with really nice people. Read More
By millerpolk at Citysearch
I recently had to find a breakfast place for friends that has pancakes and waffles instead of just the usual too healthy egg white omelette and fru... Read More
Citysearch Editorial Review
By Mar Yvette at Citysearch
This charming pastry shop offers Angelenos a taste of Portugal in the middle of a Valley strip mall. (Hint: It's right next to Casa Vega.) Owned by... Read More