This bakery is a little off the beaten path but the best baked goodies in Kailua!! The fare is more local style and there is no skimping on the size or quality of everything they make! It’s always a stop when in Kailua!
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We visited Agnes' as the first stop on our North Shore food tour. Our guide said that they were hands down the best malasadas on the island. I can't speak to that since it's the only malasada I've ever had, but it was one of...More
We were told to try Malasadas, a Portuguese Donut, and what a better choice than Agnes'. They were made to oder and so yummy, not healthy, but yummy. These were more traditional, not filled but rolled in cinnamon and sugar. We tried other on Oahu...More
We came here as we wanted to visit the beaches nearby - it's not a lovely café and the coffee isn't great (the tap water was seriously warm and there was no other drink alternative for my kids) but the malasades were exactly like you'd...More
Call in your order ahead for fresh and hot malasadas. They also make lots of other pastries and everything is delicious.
In house coffee is served in cheap wax-paper cups. Only hot drip coffee, no ice coffee here. You serve yourself. The pastries we ordered were very good and well priced. Plenty of parking spaces available.
Very basic with no frills. Lots of baked goods and fresh bread. We ordered and waited 15 minutes for the madassadas. Outstanding. Coffee was good and the staff were friendly. If you are looking for donuts, pie or bread, this is the place.
I have never had a better fresh malasada. A Partuguese (part Portuguese) friend from the mainland always wanted to go to another malasada shop in Kapahulu. When he came to Agnes' he said he wasted time at the other place and should have fallen in...More
Having grown up on Oahu, I returned for a family vacation and we stayed in Kailua. To me, malasadas mean Leonard's bakery but we tried the malasadas at Agnes' and they were better! Much more sugar coating and the center is more dense leading to...More