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Come here for vegan goodies. The acai bowls are freshly made and delicious, and I'm not vegan! See the pics for menu and ingredients. When available, they have fresh banana bread, lilikoi cheesecake, and carrot cake. They have two small seating areas inside to eat....Bring your own bags for purchases, and better yet bring your paper bags from Safeway and Whole Foods and elsewhere - they're appreciative and reuse for bagging. I'm told with 2 days notice they'll make a whole cheesecake for you with fresh berries - might be a great local birthday cake.More
My vegan daughter and vegetarian self were thrilled to find this market. We wished we found it at the beginning of our trip. The cashier greeted us and directed us to a couple of things as we entered. There was a good selection of items...and some we didn't expect in a small store. I even found legit that I LOVE on popcorn. Yay! We will be back every time we visit.More
The acai bowls for breakfast are part of our daily treat when visiting Kaanapali. They are always delicious and there are many options to have it customized to be exactly what you want. The selection of available products was not as great as in years...past. We used to buy food for lunch back at the pool. The fresh coconut is such a treat. They will put the water in a cup and your fresh coconut meat in a second cup so that you can use it to make pina coladas.More
Fresh local fruit! They not only had the best dragonfruit and papaya I ever had but they will pop a hole in a fresh coconut so you can drink it! Everyone loved the fresh coconut water. As soon as you're done drinking it they will...chop it in half for free. They will also cut it up into bite-size coconut meat for two dollars.
This place also sells toxin-free products, including sunscreen that is safe to wear anywhere. Certain sunscreen ingredients are BANNED on many Maui beaches and hikes due to killing local wildlife and destroying clean waterways. The ingredients the warning signs ban are also not good for your body anyway.
The gentleman serving us was very friendly and wearing a mask, so I have no idea what the other reviews are talking about.More