Now Open: Cream Pan in Fountain Valley and MORE!

Cream Pan’s Strawberry Croissant

Cream Pan, the beloved Japanese bakery and Old Town Tustin landmark famous for their strawberry croissants, has opened its highly anticipated second outlet in Fountain Valley. The new building it occupies, previously a menswear store, has about 13,000 square feet of space. 15945 Harbor Blvd Fountain Valley, CA 92708

A new steakhouse called Old Brea Chophouse has opened in Brea, next to The Improv. Along with steaks and a la carte sides, the restaurant features a menu of steakhouse classics such as seafood towers and butter cake. 180 S Brea Blvd, Brea, CA 92821

Irvine’s House of Shabu Shabu has taken over operations at the Anaheim shabu shabu restaurant previously known as Oyu, Slice, HapaPot, and Sakura. Shabu shabu meats are offered a la carte or through an AYCE option that starts at $13 per person. 605 N Euclid St, Anaheim, CA 92801

Luli Cafe has opened in Huntington Beach, serving breakfast and lunch. Menu items include omelettes, pan con chorizo y huevo, and shrimp tacos. 3801 Warner Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92649

Gob Chang, a Korean restaurant that specializes in intestines, has opened in Buena Park. Korean pancakes and tripe fried rice are also offered. 8548 Commonwealth Ave, Buena Park, CA 90621

Before becoming an award-winning restaurant critic for OC Weekly in 2007, Edwin Goei went by the alias “elmomonster” on his blog Monster Munching, in which he once wrote a whole review in haiku.

4 Replies to “Now Open: Cream Pan in Fountain Valley and MORE!”

  1. Hope the Fountain Valley location has friendlier staff with better service and provides a more streamlined way to get platters than the Tustin location.
    Tustin opened a line for grab-and-go trays (skipping the long line). I grabbed a tray, walked to the cashier (which the sign said to do) and was told I had to stand in line, that the “express line” was closed… all while she was WAITING for a customer to appear from the long line.
    Tried reasoning with her; no luck.
    That was final straw and I dropped the tray to the ground. While walking out, I saw an employee put the SAME TRAY back into the display case to sell!

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