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Malasadas

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Malasadas

Where in Waikiki sells Malasadas besides Leonard's Bakery? I will be staying at the Aqua Wave.

Frisco, Texas
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1. Re: Malasadas

Take a cab to Leonards. It's worth it.

Napa, California
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2. Re: Malasadas

Agreed! You don't want just any Malasada, you want Leonards. I like Agnes' on the Kailua side too but that's even farther.

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3. Re: Malasadas

Walk to Leonard's, crawl to Leonard's!!

See a pattern here?

Duluth MN
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4. Re: Malasadas

Crawl to Leonards over broken glass, if need be. :)

Lee

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5. Re: Malasadas

Take a cab, take a bus, walk, ride a horse........ go to Leonard's.

http://www.leonardshawaii.com/

Buffalo, New York
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6. Re: Malasadas

FoodPantry on Kuhio has malasadas. they're kept warm under lights. but, I have to agree with the other posters--go to Leonard's. My husband and I walked there (1.6 miles) and back when we were in our late 60s. Nothing beats a hot coffee and warm malasadas on their porch. the walk also makes you feel virtuous.

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If you walk to Leonards, then the malasadas magically have no calories!

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8. Re: Malasadas

Great idea! I was planning to buy a dozen :) I may have to walk around Waikiki all day.

I did a Google map search and it's only 1.3 miles from my hotel and would take about 26 minutes (less if you are a fast walker like me). Very do-able!

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9. Re: Malasadas

What's the favorite kind? Sugar? Cinnamon? Cream filled?

Man they look good on the website,hope to make it this trip.

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10. Re: Malasadas

I had no clue what a malasada was until today! Looks like a beignet! Thanks for posting this, I can't wait to try it!