Tang’s DONUTS AND COFFEE in Los Angeles (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)


Address: 5831 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Phone: (323) 467-3704

Price: $

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4


What Time Does Tang’s DONUTS AND COFFEE Open?

Saturday,: 6AM to 5PM

Sunday,: 5AM to 2PM

Monday,: 5AM to 5PM

Tuesday,: 8AM to 5PM

Wednesday,: 5AM to 5PM

Thursday,: 5AM to 5PM

Friday,: 5AM to 5PM

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Laura Blackburn

Delicious pastries! So happy to have found Tangs. The croissants are the size of your head.

Patrick Aruytunyan

Love this place, most convenient place to buy lotto tickets. Sandwiches are great. And there Vietnamese iced coffee taste so good!

Ivan T

they don’t have to many options of donuts and the customer service could be better, expect little choices and some attitude with your order.


The worker gave me scalding hot coffee that leaked through the top cap and burned the entire palm of my hand. She messed up my whole order, charged me twice for things I did not ask for, did not give me the things I paid for, accused me of committing fraud because her machine was not accepting my credit card, and did not give me a refund.
I walked away with a second-degree burn on the palm of my hand and two donuts that essentially cost me $15.

Catalin Draghici

This place was such a great surprise! Their donuts were some of the best we’ve ever had and sandwiches #3 and #14 just delicious! Really interesting chocolate flavored like cappuccino also. Staff was super friendly and helpful!

Bryan Messer

My favorite donuts shop in the world… I go at 5am when they open and it’s always the best way to start my day.. the donuts are fresh out the oven, the best cinnamon rolls, and their breakfast samdwhiches/bagels are on point.. this place is the truth. Tang 4 President…keep up the good work big Homie!

andy shmuckler

Stopped into Tangs on Franklin. I have lived in the neighborhood for over 30 years. The donuts are ok. Old school and it’s the kind I grew up on. However,this morning I stopped in just to buy a few lottery,a rare occasion. When I walked in the usually unhappy owner was watching a movie on her phone. Before I left, I ssid,how are you? I. The polite way not the sarcastic way you might think someone of being ignored. Her response. Why? Can’t you see I’m watching a movie. I responded with sorry I asked. I’ll never do it again. I can keep to my word on that because I’ll never step foot in there again.

John Neri

Came from out of town and absolutely loved Tangs. Donuts were delicious and it felt like a quality, local joint. Hollywood’s finest should roll through Tangs

Anton Dmitriev

A regular sketchy small business. They charge you 50 cents extra if you want to use your card forcing you to pay cash. When you pay cash they don’t give you a receipt. If you ask for a receipt they write it by hand on s small piece of paper. If you complain about these things the server gives the worst possible response as “Oh I don’t know, its my boss, my boss tells me to do all this things, I don’t decide anything”, that type of a thing. Its the last thing you want to hear from a representative of a company! And its not OK to blame the boss for everything, you represent your boss so act like it and be respectful to your boss.

Steven Marter

Great donuts. I also ordered the #9 sausage, egg, & cheese burrito. The cappuccino I ordered was very chocolatey, but good nonetheless. I’d recommend this place.

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