Freshly-fried, hot churros are worth waiting in line for–and the line for this little churro cart is often around the corner. The churros are made to order; some patience is required, but it’s completely worth the wait. The churros are long coils of dough, fried in oil, chopped up into pieces, dipped into cinnamon sugar, and double-bagged so you don’t burn your tender little fingers. As the sign says, they’re crispy outside, light inside. Five bucks gets you a huge order. rworange selflessly promises to go back for further research.
Hot Churro Guy [East Bay]
Intersection of MacDonald and Broadway, Richmond
Richmond–major find–The “hot churro” guy