933 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816
Fax: (808) 737-5537
Fax Number: (808) 737-5537
Leonard's Bakery Ltd
Leonard's Bakery, Limited
Cuisines: Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Bakeries
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Love the malasadas here. Great first thing in the morning with the fresh and hottness of the donut. Mmmm yummy. Get there early to beat the lines that always await!
We stopped at Leonard's bakery after a recommendation from our valet and we were not disappointed. We had the guava and coconut malasadas and they were amazing!
This bakery is in Honolulu but we happened upon their roaming food truck in parking lot of mall by Macy's in unk town on east side of Oahu. So ridiculously good and for $1.25. Get all different variety.
SO GOOD! These malasadas are the most delicious ever! It is impossible to eat just one. Well worth the wait, as the bakery is sometimes very busy. A definite place to visit when on Oahu!
Never knew wky people were so crazy about malasadas. Was not impressed when we ate some from Champion's last year. Leonard's this year is a whole new ballgame. They were fresh, hot, and delicious!!! A truly yummy treat. Willie Wonka himself would be proud of these malasadas!!!
04/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Drive, walk, run, whatever you need to do to get to this place for donut lovers! Heck, you do not even have to be a fan of pastries to try their heavenly tasting malasadas. Krispy Kreme? Who are they? Leonard's can be spotted as you drive along Kapahulu--you can't miss their 1950's sign as you round the corner. Parking is very limited and people will park and try to double park just to eat at Leonard's. We even saw someone take a cab to this place with the meter running while they stood in line to buy a malasada. You can order these fresh, soft, mouth watering delectables with either their filling of the month (ie. mango creme, banana creme) or you can order their originals. Service is excellent and these freshly made pastries come out fast and hot.
12/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have been consuming malasadas from Leonard's probably since I began eating table food. It helped that my Grandma's house in Kahala was a short drive away, and when we spent time with Grandma (which was often), she'd take us to Leonard's after dinner sometimes for fresh malasadas. The sweet bread is also delicious and the coffee cakes as well. Sunday breakfast at Grandma's was never complete without a cheese coffee cake from Leonard's. Most of my childhood birthday cakes came from Leonard's too. When I go home to Hawaii, a stop by Leonard's is a must. I love that the pink interior is the same as it was since I was in preschool! Visits to Leonard's always bring back fond memories.
12/17/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I was taken to Leonard's by a friend who insisted I try malasadas nowhere else but here. I don't ever eat donuts, but I am so glad I made an exception for Leonard's! I loved it. Get your order, and park yourself on the bench or curb outside the bakery and enjoy your malasadas right away. They're sooo much tastier if you eat them immediately while they're piping hot!
10/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
My visit to Honolulu had scheduled a visit to Leonard's because of Citysearch. The ""off the beaten paths"" and ""local"" favorites found in your reviews were the best meals we had here. The front desk staff at the Radisson Waikkiki even recommended Leonard's. This place is a must if you have a sweet tooth. We tried a few different malassadas (custard, coconut, chocolate & cinnamon) and they were all delicious. We ate on a bench outside the bakery (only room for 6 or 7 people, so you may end up doing some juggling). I would say skip on the coffee...just blah.
04/05/2004Provided by Citysearch -
The malasadas are"" to die for"". If you have a sweet tooth don't pass up this place. You can't get these tasty treats like this stateside. This place is the ultimate ""hole in the wall"" -cut out from the 1950""s. The malasadas are a little taste of heaven - I wish I had some right now !
06/30/2003Provided by Citysearch -
These portuguese take on donuts are heavenly! i've tried malasadas from other places but Leonard's is the best. their truck variety is good but not the same as the bakery ones. freshly fried up, it's crispy outside, coated w/ just the right amount of sugar. the inside is the softest and the fluffiest you'll ever experience. man, these really should be illegal.
01/31/2003Provided by Citysearch -
There's nothing better than standing in the parking lot of Leonard's, eating a malassada fresh and hot from the fryer. It's a family tradition every time we visit. Lucky us--we even discovered a mobile Leonard's truck selling hot malassadas on the other side of the island. A great snack on the way to the beach. YUM.