You cannot come to Molokai and not try the hot bread. This is a real treat. Just as others have said you enter the alley just to the right of the bakery, walk down about 20 yards past a building that is about to fall...More
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The mushroom burger deluxe was scrumptious! If you want fries or a salad, order it, as everything appears to be a la carte. They are known for their breakfast, so we took an order of French to go...it looks quite tasty...made on their freshly baked...More
The place does not appear clean and the food was terrible. My husband's eggs were ok, but the ham was not fit to eat. I ordered blueberry pancakes. They looked like crepes and did not taste like pancakes. We paid and left.
We ate Saturday breakfast here and felt like we had stepped into someone's family reunion where everyone knew everyone else and was happy to see each other. They are known for their hot bread at night but the breakfast experience was a peek into what...More
Pick your favourite bake and sit at the tables to chat with the locals All comers accepted The day old breads and cakes are still good and at $2 who can argue
I had to stop by this bakery since it was recommended by my co-workers and they ask me to bring some back to them. The bread filling is sooo Ono! I did not had a chance to actually pick up the hot bread but I...More
Stopped in a couple of times for a different selection of goodies. We especially liked the chocolate chip cookies conveniently packaged in a dozen pack! Lots of other traditional and not so traditional treats. Gonna miss this place! Highly Recommended.
This is definitely something to try when visiting Molokai, the bread is hot and amazing and the experience is so unique. Here's what you do: starting at 7:30 pm (note: check with them during the day, I gather the time varies) go to Main Street...More
We wanted to try new foods, so we at the taro donut and "long john." Both were very tasty and I recommend. Regret not bringing one home.