Lucky you if you live in Kahana. Beaches, small town, warm climate and great restaurants to choose from.I took my dogs for a walk on Saturday morning and found myself up at Hawaiian Village Coffee after watching the last of the whales go by at S Turns.
Hawaiian Village Coffee is almost more boutique than cafe, with cases filled with antiques and walls adorned with collectable Hawaiiana chachki from a more enchanting time. I can’t resist appreciating the themed decoupaged tables, I am a sucker for crafty design.
Their pastry case had plenty to choose from: banana bread, bagels, danish, and croissant. A sandwich menu on the wall has the heartier options which sound good too. The coffee menu was traditional, with con panna, and breve among single espresso and latte.
My cappucino was one of the best I have had. The thick white foam held up under the drizzle of honey. I drank the espresso beneath and ate the rest with a spoon.
Their computer access area held a nice set of mac machines, a nice touch if you need to check email.
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I write lifestyle and culinary columns for MauiTime. I love being a Maui girl and adore my big family. Dedicated food taster, blogger, internet fanatic, and Maui and Hawaii specialist.