Xurros are made from a classic xurro recipe that originated in Spain. The dough and is made from scratch daily. All xurros are made to order fried at 180 celcious (hence the name =-). Their only, but so worth it, vegan xurros are the classic, dusted with cinnamon and sugar and the Banados, which are the classic xurros dipped in dairy-free chocolate and finished with fleur de sel. And don’t forget their housemade hazelnut milk for coffee drinks! They serve Local Roasting Co coffee, as well as Steve Smith teas.
While experiencing the Lan Su Gardens, stop in for tea and light fare at the tea house, Tao of Tea, on garden grounds. With an almost all-vegan menu and a vast selection of teas you can have served in ceremonial style or individually, enjoy dining on light fare such as dumplings, steamed buns, tofu, bamboo shots, salads, sweets, and more.
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