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The pilgrimage to Leonard's and indulging on their renowned malasadas is an essential part of any visit to Oahu.
One of the most iconic food items is the Portuguese donut known as a “malasada”. Deep fried and coated in sugar it’s especially delicious when it’s hot so you will often see people standing outside eating it. You can also get it filled with various creams. Try the “haupia” or coconut cream for a…
Home of the original Malasadas. Hot, warm doughy goodness that can be found in Hawaii, originally concocted by Portuguese immigrants (but from Island of Cabo Verde, so you won't find Malasadas in Brazil or Portugal unless you look really hard). It's quite delicious, despite being so simple.
also on Kapahulu Avenue, near Waikiki. Famous for their malasadas. Portuguese doughnut holes rolled in your choice of sugar or cinnamon and served plain or filled with chocolate, coconut, or flavor of the month. Another Must DO!
“Open since 1961. It's a walk from Waikiki but easy to get to. Great lunch plate!”
“Classic Hawaiian Shave Ice Location (nothing like mainland Snow Cones) with outdoor seating. If you don't want to go this far, or want more volume, Shimazu Shave ice is closer to your location with gigantic portions (I prefer Waiola, even though it is further away).”
“Diamond Head hike is simply a must for everyone coming to Waikiki! Yes, it will be crowded, but yes, the views are worth it from the top! ** Pro tip-- once you get out of the tunnel, take the stairway to the LEFT, not the right. You end up at the same place, but it's a bit easier and more enjoyable going that way. ”
“Try the best POKE on the island (my personal favorite). Raw local ahi seasoned just right. Order a combo bowl and taste the delight! This is a take out place.”