Kanemitsu's Bakery & Restaurant

Phone (808) 553-5855
5 stars from 2 reviews
Address 79 Ala Malama Ave, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
Best Bakery on Molokai. Perhaps the best in Hawaii.

Features
• Food Types: Bakery • Food Types: Coffee
• Food Types: Hawaiian / Plate Lunch • Food Types: Tea / Bubble Tea
• Payment: $ - Cheap - Under $15 • Meals: Breakfast
• Meals: Lunch • Style: Casual
• Offers: Kids Menu

Matt Anderson's Take
Kanemitsu's Bakery & Restaurant is an old-school, timeless landmark on a very rural island.
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Brett D
Joined: Mar 2017
Reviews: 56
Likes Received: 1
When we started planning for this trip we knew we would be making a late night stop here. And we have no regrets. OMG, the smell was out of this world as we drooled in the waiting line and the breads are to die for. We got 4 loaves and went back later in the week to get more.

As soon as we got to the car we stuffed some in our mouths. We met some tourists and some locals waiting in line which was quite long the first time around. I wish we could have bought more and taken home with us. Every tourist needs to experience this make it a must do on your trip.
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Tom T
Joined: Sep 2013
Reviews: 579
Likes Received: 33
There's not a lot to do on Molokai at night. In fact, other than looking at the stars there's nothing to do at night. Except go to Kanemitsu’s Bakery. Every night after 9pm they serve freshly baked breads outside their restaurant. It's pretty cool and a fun thing to do in sleepy Molokai. Both tourist and locals will be lined up the try some of their various breads such as cream cheese, butter, strawberry jam, blueberry jam, and cinnamon.

The bread is fantastic and who would have thunk bread this good would be a scarcely populated little Island in the middle of the pacific. During the day, however, this is a simple diner to grab some breakfast, lunch or dinner. It's coffeeshop style. The menu selections includes fried egg sandwiches, BLTs, saimin, omelets, etc at affordable prices.
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