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Leonard's Bakery (CLOSED)

808-484-1545  •  $
ADDRESS: 98-042 Kamehameha Highway, # 3, Waimalu Plaza Shopping Center, Aiea, HI 96701

CUISINE: Bakery, Breakfast, Dessert

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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THIS LOCATION IS CLOSEDYou haven't done Hawaii if you haven't had a malasada (or several) from Leonard's Bakery. Fresh from the Kapahulu Avenue fryer come these light, fluffy and delicious burger-sized Portuguese doughnuts - now permanently ingrained in island culture since being introduced by immigrant laborers in the late 1800s - covered in sugar and often filled with the likes of custard, chocolate, coconut and cinnamon. You'll find many a trademark white foam box open in the parking lot or on the way to nearby Waikiki beach, as Leonard's still-made-by-hand treats have become a morning, afternoon and evening tradition for tourists and locals alike, since 1952.Serving during breakfast, lunch and dinner hours daily."There was a line, a LONG line at the door of Leonard's. It was the best kind of line, as well, a couple of dozen local-looking folks waiting to grab thier breakfast. Locals who wait in line is a sign of something worth waiting for. Twenty tourists just means that this was the place the Cruise Director suggested. Local's means it probably very, VERY good. It was."- Burnin' Love BBQ blog, April 6, 2011

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You haven't done Hawaii if you haven't had a malasada (or several) from Leonard's Bakery. Fresh from the Kapahulu Avenue fryer come these light, fluffy and delicious burger-sized Portuguese doughnuts - now permanently ingrained in island culture since being introduced by immigrant laborers in the late 1800s - covered in sugar and often filled with the likes of custard, chocolate, coconut and cinnamon. You'll find many a trademark white foam box open in the parking lot or on the way to nearby Waikiki beach, as Leonard's still-made-by-hand treats have become a morning, afternoon and evening tradition for tourists and locals alike, since 1952.

Serving during breakfast, lunch and dinner hours daily.

"There was a line, a LONG line at the door of Leonard's. It was the best kind of line, as well, a couple of dozen local-looking folks waiting to grab thier breakfast. Locals who wait in line is a sign of something worth waiting for. Twenty tourists just means that this was the place the Cruise Director suggested. Local's means it probably very, VERY good. It was."
- Burnin' Love BBQ blog, April 6, 2011

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