So far, the churros have flown largely under-the-radar. Made with pâte à choux (a fancy name for "light-as-air pastry dough"), they've got a fluffy, French toast consistency and soft, custardy insides.
This new, over-the-top, Miami-import delivers a virtual crate of churros that're rolled in sugar and spice (Szechuan pepper, star anise, cloves & cinnamon) to your table, teamed with spicy hot chocolate. These fried fritters pack some serious heat.
The Hulk of the churro world, these guys're made with pandan extract -- an Asian plant with a sweet, slightly nutty banana flavor that also turns them green -- and're then slathered in Indonesian coconut kaya cream.
This fish & chips shop doles out some seriously tasty seafood, but their dessert menu is the real winner by featuring mouthwatering churros that look like mini waffles, but definitely fit the churro bill with their texture and cinnamon sugar coating.
American Restaurant in Los Angeles, CA, United States
The dessert at this Roy Choi venue is appropriately dubbed Chu-Don't-Know-Mang -- because you have absolutely no idea what you're missing until you bite into these crunchy, cinnamon-crusted pound cake churros.