I call them sfogliatele, other people call them lobster tails. These are the ones filled with cream, NOT cooked ricotta.
Anyway here I found the best I've ever had. Crunchy! and creamy!
Aro Café 90 Aro Street http://www.arocoffee.co.nz/ 4 384 4970
Everything you want with the perfect cup of coffee... An array of savories from bean salads to mini quiches and plenty of desserts, all easy to see. And a menu. And organic ingredients. And hip. Open for dinner for a few hours some nights.
image from http://joochiatroad.blogspot.com.au/
Joan's on 3rd is the place in LA to stop by yourself for a snack, or to gather a picnic for a friend or a date. It's comfortable to dine alone here at any time of the day or evening. You'll find something somewhere in the store to cheer you up. And the staff are sweet, charming, and knowledgable. You get all kinds of value for every dollar you spend here. Small good selection of cheeses. High quality olives. Diverse deli case for any mood. And best of all, the bakery offers Americana to Italiana.
Parking is Possible.
8350 West 3rd Street (East of La Cienega)
you can sit and have a pretty meal here any time of the day. you can buy loaves of the bread served at Falai. but whatever you do, don't miss the donuts. #2 best pastry so far in life. they do explode, so watch out.