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All reviews late night pastries bread cookies french toast blueberries fries burger back alley your choice dark alley next morning plastic bag cinnamon sugar every morning serve breakfast the main street
We tried to be patient but we waited at our table for 45 minutes for menus. People were getting impatient all around us. We had heard about ‘Moloka’i time’ but I think there was more going on. The food was good. Fresh papaya was awesome.
Bought several items from the bakery for snacking later.
Returned one evening for the hot bread - that was interesting and tasty. Place your order in the alley around back, hang out, and out comes a fresh hot loaf with fixings. Fun watching the locals...More
Oh my, there are not enough words to tell you about this place! Their sweetbread is so yummy. Get yours in the morning as they sometimes run out. Food is great. But the best thing is going to get their hot bread from 8pm-midnight! It...More
We stopped in for breakfast. We were greeted by a very friendly staff & even an uncle said hello to us sitting down drinking his coffee. We weren’t sure if he worked there or was just that friendly. None the less we felt welcome. I...More
We ate here for breakfast first morning on the island. I had the breakfast sandwich with the Portuguese sausage. It was delicious and very filling. My wife had the papaya and oatmeal. Our server was very polite, and we felt very welcome here. It is...More
It was our last day on island and we had a early afternoon flight so we're decided to sleep in and have brunch at Kanemitsu Bakery. Unfortunately, neither I nor my wife chose to indulge in their famous pastries or bread, and I stuck with...More
Every night (but Monday) we came here to get the famous hot bread, and it never disappointed.. favorite toppings are strawberry cream cheese, and butter with cinnamon sugar. Make sure and try breakfast here too, it’s a traditional Hawaiian offering and is not to be...More
I had been really excited about the late night hot bread, but I didn't think it lived up to the hype. It was fun to do and the people were really nice, but the bread was just ok. We got guava and cream cheese filling...More
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Ted: The bakery does not offer catamaran tours. I assume by catamaran, you are referring to replicas of the twin hulled voyaging canoes used by Polynesians for long distance ocean voygs. In the past few decades, replcas... More
Ted: The bakery does not offer catamaran tours. I assume by catamaran, you are referring to replicas of the twin hulled voyaging canoes used by Polynesians for long distance ocean voygs. In the past few decades, replcas (named HOkulea and Halikikikanalea) of these canoes were built by Hawaiians. The HOkulea is now on a world wide tou to find and promote new conservation ideas. The HOkulea is now sailing down the eastern U.S. coastline and offers canoe tours at its various ports of call - media and newspapers carry information on these tours shortly before the scanoe is scheduled to dock. For more information, check the internet "world wide tour" or Hokulea" or "polynesian voyaging society". You can sign up for daily updates on HOkulea's progress. You will receive more etailed information if you take the student option. Hope this helps.
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