Komoda Store & Bakery
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Lonely Planet review
This homespun bakery, legendary for its mouth-watering cream puffs and guava-filled malasadas (Portuguese donut), is a must-stop. It’s been a Makawao landmark since Tazeko Komoda first stoked up the oven in 1916 and his offspring, using the same time-honored recipes, have been at it ever since. Best believe they’ve got it down pat! Do arrive early though – it often sells out by noon.