Thursday, April 2, 2020

Gasolina Cafe Serves Spanish-inflected Brunch in Woodland Hills

One of the local spots close to my place in Woodland Hills is Gasolina Cafe. It's a cute Spanish influenced cafe serving breakfast and lunch (and ever once in a while, a paella party). It's a nice neighborhood brunch place with good coffee - and they're still open for takeout and delivery during the safer-at-home order period. Plus, you can also "order" a meal to be donated to one of the local hospital emergency room staff.
Back to the brunch! One of my favorite savory items there was the Patatas bravas (home fries, chorizo, serrano ham, aioli, brava sauce, sunny side up egg, $15)
Gasolina Cafe
This brunch take of patatas bravas is great, with crispy home fries and plenty of chorizo and ham!

If you want to go with something healthier, there's always the seasonal omelet with fresh goat cheese and vegetables ($13.50)
Gasolina Cafe

Sweet rice paella (fresh and dried fruits, dried nuts, almond and oat milk, $8.50)
Gasolina Cafe
The sweet rice paella is basically a rice pudding with nuts and fruits, great for a light breakfast and a fun presentation.

For dessert, they have churros but for me personally I would say do not miss the Torta de Santiago (almond cake with citrus sauce, $8.50)
Gasolina Cafe
This is a traditional Galician almond cake and it is splendid. Granted I haven't had one outside of Gasolina Cafe, but I love the one here. (P.S. this cake is gluten free, if that is important to you).
Gasolina also serves good coffee, which complements the desserts here well.

If you want to order patatas bravas or churros for pickup or delivery, you can do so here. You can also order / donate a meal for ER workers with the same link.

Gasolina Cafe
21014 Ventura Boulevard
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
GASOLINA CAFE Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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