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“Let's Do the Time Warp Again”
Review of Mishi's Strudel Bakery & Cafe - CLOSED

Mishi's Strudel Bakery & Cafe
Price range: $4 - $10
Cuisines: Hungarian
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Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch
Description: A quaint, European style bakery and cafe serving homemade strudels, crepes, traditional pastas, & authentic goulash. Plus organic coffee & fine tea!
Reviewed July 18, 2014

Mishi's serves up the right food with an elegant touch. Old style European. As the singer here croons, there is definitely a "voyeuristic" touch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPzhYhuQXZY

Let's do the time warp again? Do it for Mishi! Don't save the Austro-Hungarian Emperor. Let Sarkozy do it.

All he has to do is to get Carla Bruni to croon: "Don't dream it; be it." Another great song with a Hungarian touch from The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Tim Curry, are you with me? Get on the BBC and not just the local news and give another one of your great interviews. You know. Like the one where you had to say you were "schizophrenic of the week" when Margaret Thatcher, that mad hatchet of the Labor History Disgrace Party, was torturing artists she did not care for.

Meryl Streep won an Oscar for playing Mrs. Thatcher recently. Streep's disease was Alzheimer's in that movie.

Britain, are you listening? You should be. Do you think that Ms. Streep and her so called sculptor husband in Rustic Canyon should just waltz the light fantastic in bad movies and win Oscars like nobody is calling?

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1  Thank Jacqueline M
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Reviewed May 21, 2014

Took Tripadviser recommendation and went there for tea and strudel - service was warm and helpful and the strudel to die for - we tried the apple and the cherry - if in the are do try!

1  Thank David M
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Reviewed April 4, 2014

Lovely breakfast. European atmosphere, friendly service, good coffee, and strudel: we had blueberry cheese and cherry cheese, both were excellent. Highly recommended.

Thank Black_Velvet_Oxford
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Reviewed April 1, 2014

We were referred to this little gem of a shop by the staff at the hotel we stayed at in San Pedro. My daughter-in-law is a pastry chef and she enjoys visiting bakeries as we travel. Small and cozy,
with warm , friendly service this is a fun stop for good coffee and delicious strudel. We were a group of 8, including 4 children 6 and under, which they easily, and happily accommodated. We felt welcomed and were treated with great service. Would love to return someday and try some of their other traditional Hungarian fare!

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Thank Daniel S
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Reviewed March 29, 2014

Less than a mile from the Los Angeles Cruise Line Terminal in San Pedro and 10 minutes from famous Alpine Village there is a great, family owned restaurant serving European pastries and food. Traditional Hungarian dishes include the signature Hungarian Goulash (the proper name is Gúlyás Leves) and pasta dishes topped with sweet cabbage, cottage cheese and bacon or beef. For dessert they serve delicious crepes (palacsinta) with various fillings - fruit jams, hazelnut, banana and nuts. Although strudel (retes) originated in Germany, it became a favorite, traditional Hungarian dessert as well. The specialty of the house - strudel - is served with about a dozen different flavors of fillings that you can eat warm right there or take it home in a frozen form. Coffee, espresso and various teas plus other juices are served to wash off the great food and sweets. They also serve breakfast every day. We sampled the goulash soup, crepes and took home several flavors of strudels on our first visit and vowed to return soon as well as to spread the word about this great little culinary spot. We know you will enjoy your visit, so go there soon!

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Thank Kalandozopap
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