Malasadas, or Portuguese doughnuts, have everything you want in a cheat-day dessert: Balls of sweet dough are deep-fried into light, airy doughnuts, then rolled in sugar. Sometimes you can get them filled with custard or chocolate. However you eat them, Champion’s malasadas are beautifully crisp outside, and fluffy and chewy on the inside. They’re always made to order, so they are served piping hot. Owner Joc Miw and his wife, Sandra, opened their bakery in 1983, and know a good malasada; Miw is from Macao, a Portuguese enclave in China.
Special Dishes: Malasada
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