Dropped by twice while in Molokai for nine days. Had the mocha mama, I liked it. They had decaf for my wife. Didn't eat there. The staff were very friendly, don't be in a rush. Met other visitors there and a local artist selling glass bead bracelets. She gave my wife a hand made coffee mug just cause we hung out. We then offered her and a friend a ride into town. If you are, you can eat there or go down a block and eat at the Cookhouse. The shop next door has a few cool items and of course the tourist stuff. You will drive by on the way to the lookout for Kaluapapa or while having a meal at the Cookhouse. Why not slow down and enjoy.