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Leonard's Bakery

933 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, HI - (808) 737-5591
Posted By David Adam Edelstein on 12/22/2004 5:50:00 PM
I grew up a couple of miles from Leonard's, so I'm a bit biased, but if you want to try the local delicacy known as a malasada, this is absolutely the best place to start. Fresh from the fryer, dusted with sugar... the crust resists your teeth a bit before you get to the light, fluffy, delicious interior... oh my I'm making myself homesick.

Equally good, in a different way, is to stop by one of their trucks by the side of the road; one is usually opposite the Sandy's (beach) parking lot.

Some ono!

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This beautiful one has a chocolate filling.
"This beautiful one has a chocolate filling."
Stephen Rushmore


Sam Cadelina checks on a batch of malasadas frying in hot oil at Leonard's Bakery in Honolulu
"Sam Cadelina checks on a batch of malasadas frying in hot oil at Leonard's Bakery in Honolulu"
Stephen Rushmore


Light and fluffy drenched in cinnamon sugar.
"Light and fluffy drenched in cinnamon sugar."
Stephen Rushmore


Be sure to order the Malasadas.
"Be sure to order the Malasadas."
Stephen Rushmore


Leonard's sign looks as old as the restaurant.
"Leonard's sign looks as old as the restaurant."
Stephen Rushmore



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