This second Paris Baguette location on Western Avenue is just a few steps north of Wilshire Boulevard. It is inside the Madang Mall.
Korean-style croquettes, red-bean pastries, Congolais (French macaroons), Parisian macarons, blueberry pies, sweet-potato cake…
Paris Baguette is a South Korean chain of bakeshops with four locations in Los Angeles. This location is on 6th Street, near Normandie Avenue. The two other stores are on Western Avenue.
Coffee and pastries are available for takeout. Cakes can be ordered.
Red Ribbon is a Filipino bakeshop that’s a popular franchise in the Philippines.
This location in North Koreatown does NOT serve meals like pancit palabok; it only sells cakes, breads and pastries to take home, such as pandesal, mamon, empanadas, ube macapuno cakes, mango sponge rolls, and ensaymada.
Serves Peet’s Coffee. Has fruit smoothies. Sandwiches. Sesame rolls. Sugared donut twists. Red-bean buns. Bread loaves. Castella. Soboro. “The Milk” Bread.
Poorly rated bakery inside Koreatown Plaza.
This branch in North Koreatown across from HK Supermarket has limited seating.
Korean-inspired Western-style pastries such as danishes and croissants
Old / Wrong number: (323) 469-8934
Korean-run bakeshop counter that sells Western-style pastries and Korean hodu gwaja.
Located inside the Korean supermarket HK Super on Western Avenue, northeast side with 1st Street.
This second Paris Baguette location on Western Avenue is just north of Wilshire inside the Madang Mall complex. It opened in early July 2012. There is a third Paris Baguette, on 6th Street. Korean-style croquettes, red-bean pastries, Congolais (French macaroons), Parisian macarons, blueberry pies, sweet-potato cake…
In 2010, the Los Angeles City Council formally declared Koreatown's borders as Western Avenue, Olympic Boulevard, Vermont Avenue, and 3rd Street, with a business corridor on Western from 3rd to Rosewood Avenue.