Komoda Store & Bakery
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- Komoda Store & BakeryJul 15, 2014
This tip is about more than a bakery...read on. T. Komoda Store & Bakery has been around since 1916. Their award-winning malasadas, doughnuts, cakes, bread and other bakery favorites are gobbled up by locals and tourists. It's located in Makawao, a scenic/historic cowboy town worth seeing on its own. You might also be able to stock up on healthy locally-grown fruits and vegetables from nearby Kula. Make a day of it and visit Paia, a north shore town you'll enjoy for its shopping, galleries, farm-to-table restaurants and chill surfer vibe. Watch from the cliffs to see world-famous north shore surfing. Save some room to end your day with a romantic seaside dinner at Paia's renown Mama's Fish House Restaurant. That's a full day of treats right there!Recommended for:
- Komoda Store & BakeryJun 02, 2013
Komoda's is worth the drive just for the Malasadas. Get there early because they sell out quick! What is a Malasada? A Portuguese pastry filled with guava...not to be found on the Mainland! How early? At least by 8 a.m. Totally worth the drive to Makawao!
- Komoda Store & BakeryMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 7Mar 16, 2013
I miss Komoda stick donuts, butter rolls and pies! We grew up in Makawao so stopping by the store was always a treat. At thanksgiving my family always had to order an extra pumpkin or apricot-peach pie just for me because I could eat the whole thing! Classic mom and pop operation, definitely worth a detour. :)