Artesia is practically Cerritos, but has its own identity too. Popular for the Little India areas (particularly on Pioneer Blvd), Artesia is full of unique delights. Step into another country with a visit to the restaurants and shops on Pioneer.
A small bakery that's big on taste. They make some of the moistest cakes I've ever had. Dulce de leche, fresh strawberries and whipped cream...delish! They sell full cakes, or you can buy individual slices and pastries available in the glass cases. Cash only, small lot, but decent...more
Very friendly employees make dining here extra pleasant. They have vegetarian options, which is a plus for me. And they have delicious desserts too (try the bananas foster). If you like hot food, make sure to ask for the spicy drops with your food!...more
The duck park! A little stream runs through the middle of this park, surrounded by a play area full of adventure for kids. The island has lots of areas for kids to play and even a boat with a fake cannon for them to re-enact a war. There are also lots of ducks along the water, so watch out for the poop!...more
Awesome Cerritos park and facility. There's a pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, a small running track and lots of green grass. There are also numerous picnic and play areas and they also have an indoor community center available for rental (for parties, ceremonies,...more
Even thought this Yogurtland is on a prominent corner, it's almost hiding because the parking lot is in the back. It's a pretty typical frozen yogurt shop, but this one is extra cool because they have the fruity bursting boba-type balls among their topping options. Those little balls are...more
Exotic Indian flavors of egg-free ice cream can be found here. Flavors rotate daily, but the Mawa is a regular option and it my favorite. One scoop is about $3 and they also sell quarts and gallons for those really hungry or wanting to share. They also sell juices, drinks, coffee and falooda. Parking is...more
They need to make sure the people they hire know how to pronounce the brands they are try to suggest to customers. Especially when they are marketing a specific brand I didn't even show any interest in. The "Choo" in Jimmy Choo is not pronounced "shoe". While perfume...more