My husband and I always eat here at least once while we're staying on the North Shore. It's pretty much the cheapest place to get a hot breakfast. Is it fancy? No. Does it have ambiance? No. Can you get elaborate coffee drinks? No. Do you leave happy after a meal? Yes. Here's the skinny. It's a no-frills bakery that caters mostly to locals. You order at the front and pay for your meal, then take a seat either inside or outside on the picnic benches (we prefer the latter) and wait for your name to be called. My husband always gets their pancakes with bacon, I often do as well but this time around I opted for waffles instead (delish). Or you can choose a more traditional Hawaiian breakfast: Loco Moco, Spam, Portuguese sausage, etc. You get a hardy meal with disposable plates and plasticware. Clean up after yourself when you're finished and be on your way. If you're eating outside, beware of all the little birds begging. If you give them anything to eat, you'll never get rid of them.
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