One of the cool things about growing up in Hawaii is the diverse cultures and cuisines. Most times, if you crave something, you'll almost always be able to find it somewhere on the island.
Before the internet and blogs, most establishments were known by "word of mouth" or from info in the newspapers.
Since we had an appointment in Kailua, we decided to check out a Portuguese bakery my mom had heard about that made great malasadas.
We investigated in the phone book to get the address, then looked in our pocket map and went to check out Agnes' Bakeshop. Now, if you check out their website, they boast "the best malasadas", we decided that since we weren't going to eat what we bought right away, we would have to try their malasadas another day.
The assortment that we picked up were (top row) 3 scones, (middle row) a brownie, (bottom row) their bread pudding and a walnut sticky bun...Everything was delicious! I love Hawaii!
46 Ho'olai Street
Closed on Mondays