If you're looking for a carnival-colored, traditional Mexican pastel de tres leches (cake of three milks), La Flor is the spot. At La Flor, the three milks in question, cream, milk, and condensed milk, are poured over firm yellow cake, which has been pierced to allow the cake to soak up liquids. The result is a unique dessert which is part cake and part pudding that is served in a paper cup along with a spoon. Cakes are available on the whole and by the slice. Customers can also find any number of sweet breads and pastries at La Flor, including puff pastry logs filled with guava paste or vanilla cream, eggy, cakey sweet rolls, and mollusk-shaped conchas rolled in cinnamon sugar.