Long hailed as a Los Angeles tourist must-see, the 40-foot-high concrete donut perched precariously atop a little bakery ... More
Long hailed as a Los Angeles tourist must-see, the 40-foot-high concrete donut perched precariously atop a little bakery shack on the corner of Manchester and La Cienega has become the stuff of legend. Randy's Donuts with the big donut has appeared in dozens of ads and television commercials across the globe, and that's not even the reason people flock to the shop - the reason is the donuts. Soft, doughy insides with sweet glazed or frosted outsides, these tasty treats are one of a kind. This place is notorious for somewhat surly service, long lines at times and harried workers. But one bite (and a good, hard look at the huge concrete donut on top of the building) makes it all worth it.
We went here last month because my husband had to go there. I grew up in Los Angeles and had never been. The donuts were so good that a dozen only lasted about 20 minutes in a car full of 5. I only had the chocolate covered chocolate cake, while my husband and sons loved the long johns and glazed. Surprisingly good.
The donuts are good but they never have glaze or twist anymore even at the times you would expect them to they never do you drive all the way to get them and they never have nothing but cakes they need to have what most popular at all times.DO BETTER!!!!!!!!!
I lived in LA as a kid for 7 years in the 60s and 70s. I remember the Big Do-Nut but never ate there. I went back to visit this month and had to go visit Randy's Donuts, the current name of the restaurant. The place isn't much to look at aside from the donut on top, but the donuts are some of the best I have ever had. The key may be to go in the morning when they are freshly baked. I had the apple fritter and honey wheat donuts and both were soft and delicious. I went back two days later for more donuts and they were excellent too. The donuts aren't the only good thing. The service is friendly too.
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