Punaluu Bake Shop Inc
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Member Reviews (11)
- Punaluu Bake Shop IncMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFoodies+ 3Oct 11, 2013
Best stop for lunch while staying at Hale Aloha Aina. 20 minutes away. Beautiful setting in a tropical garden with lots of birds. Great photo opportunity if you love birds! Nice gift shop, yummy sweet bread and pastries!
- Punaluu Bake Shop IncCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Aug 10, 2013
Delicious malasadas and a beautiful cafe space out in the country. I actually preferred Punalu'u Bake Shop malasadas to Leonard's back on Oahu (don't tell my hometown I said that!). I heard the coffee of this area is also quite good, with one friend telling me she prefers it over Kona coffee.Recommended for:Foodies
- Punaluu Bake Shop IncJun 19, 2013
I was told that some of the food that was sold was not particularly fresh-baked, but it was still decent nonetheless. They do have several areas outside that one can sit at and enjoy the surroundings. There is also a sort of many garden showcasing what is grown on the island. Parking might be problematic at busy times.
- Punaluu Bake Shop IncMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 04, 2012
Must stop when you do the Kona to Volcano drive. Best sweet bread ever (as its sweeten loaf of bread, not animal brains you gourmet foodies!). Sometimes they have guava or lilikoi (passionfruit) flavors too. Grab a few loaves for the rest of your trip. Grill or pay fry portuguese sausage and thank me later.