Champion’s – some malasadas

•June 15, 2007 • Leave a Comment

Because this Monday was a holiday and this week is our final exam week, we didn’t go to any place for breakfast on Tuesday.  Today, Thursday, Nick drove us to buy some malasadas.  After buying the malasadas, we went back to our school.  Champion Malasadas is located on Beretania Street.  The fully address is 1926 S. Beretania St.  The store is open from 6 am to 9 pm, from Tuesday to Saturday; and it is open from 6:30 am to 7 pm on Sundays, it is close on Mondays.  One malasadas is just 60 cents, and a dozen is about 7.5 dollars.  The owner is Chinese, so it let me feel friendlier.  The place is small but we can talk to the workers easily.  ( http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/specials/bestrestaurants04/restaurant?id=116 )

Sure Shot – mango smoothie

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Before final exam, this Monday, Nick drove us to Makiki for our second to last breakfast. The store is called Sure Shot, and it is located in Makiki Small Village. There is a small shopping center in Makiki; Next to the Sure Shot Café is 7-11. There are some parking lots next to these stores. This place is one of Nick’s favorites because he thinks all workers in the place are friendly; I agree with Nick because these workers are really kind. I ordered the simple onion bagel; it is just a bagel with onion cream. I hated onion before, but when I ate the onion bagel, I started to love the taste. I ordered mango smoothie, too; it is also good. The surrounding in the store is pretty nice.

Champion’s – It means No. 1!!!!

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This Thursday, that was last day of breakfast club to go to eat somewhere, we went to Champion to eat malasada. The shop is located on Beretania Street. It takes about 5 minutes to go to the Champion Malasadas. If you wanna go there, take taxies or cars are better. The owner named Champion because he has strong confidence to know about malasadas the most. It means No. 1!!!! Therefore, he named his shop, Champion. We can get malasadas very cheap. However, Champion’s malasada is cheaper than other shops. We can get only 60cents. You will be able to eat that you want♪ Today, we got two dozens, and we shared. That was sooooo delicious. I can go to get anytime when I want to eat because the shop is very close from our college school, Hawaii Tokai International College, and Waikiki. The last day of Breakfast Club, I could enjoy, and I had a good time. If you want to eat fresh baked malasada, you should go to Champion Malasadas!!!!!!!    Thank You.

Sure Shot – big pierced earrings

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Last Monday, we went to sure shot café. This coffee shop is located on Wilder Ave. Address is 1249 Wilder Ave Honolulu, HI 96822. The phone number is (808)523-2326. This time was first time for me to go to the coffee shop. We take about 10 to 15 minutes from Waikiki. The atmosphere was adult women and men’s coffee shop. He had big pierced earrings♪, and looks was a kind man. There were many scones and breads next to cash desk. Then, I chose one kind of scones that was chocolate scone with caramel. That was very good taste and, I also ordered cocoa with scone. Whip cream was put on top of cocoa. Cocoa was been long time to drink cocoa. Therefore, it was soooooooooooooooo tasty for me. I could feel comfortable inside a shop, and I also could spend a good time. Therefore, I recommend everyone should go to the sure shot café at least one time. You will have a good time there absolutely♪♪

Champion’s – fresh fried malasada

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The name of “Champions” came from founder’s idea.  He thought “My malasada is the best!! It is the champion of malasada!!”  There is a “Champions” in Beratania Street.  You can take 5 minutes to go there from HTIC to using car.  The shop is a bakery so you can buy not only malasada but also bread.  Monday is holiday and other day, they are open 6:00 to 21:00.  However, only Sunday is closing 19:00.  The malasada was only 60 cent.  Nick ordered dozen ($7.50).  The malasada was made after ordered so it was fresh fried malasada.  The taste was soft and delicious.  Also taste was little bit sour but it was delicious.  The salesclerks were Chinese because the founder of “Champions” was also Chinese.  The atmosphere was like Liliha bakery but Campion was smaller than Liliha.  The shop was artless. 

If you want try local malasada, you should try it. 

Sure Shot – I love melted cheese

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There is a “Sure shot café” in a Makiki shopping center village of wider Ave.  It passed in around 10 after becoming the present owner, but there was the shop from more old days.  There are plenty breakfast menu such as bagel, sandwiches, granola (with yogurt), cookies and scones.  I ordered smoky bagel ($3.50) because it was a shop’s recommended bagel.  There was a broil Canadian bacon with melted cheddar cheese that was inside of bagel.  Also I could choose a bagel from 8 kinds.  I choose a bagel of “everything”.  Taste was really nice.  The bacon and the cheese were matched very much.  However, taste of bacon was like a ham.  I love melted cheese so it was great breakfast for me.   The quantity was just good too.  Nick ate bagel with cream cheese and slice tomato.  It looked delicious!!  The food was made after ordered, but I was not wait long time.  In the shop, we could drink water and also read Japanese magazine.  There was not restroom.  Therefore, you have to go a neighboring park to use it.  There were lots of pictures on the wall.  Nick said the pictures in the shop were changed once a week.  I thought it was interesting idea.  An atmosphere to calm was nice.  I recommend in the morning when you want to take it easy because you can relax long time.

Champion’s Malasada – very hot.

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          Today, we went to the one of the most famous places in Hawaii that was Champion Malasadas. The place was 1926 S. Beretania St, this place may not find easily, and we can’t go to the place very easily. However you should go to there because we can get very sweet and tasty Malasada. The Malasada was very cheap that was 60!! We can get many Malasadas, and you can give some Malasadas for your friends and family. There were some different sweets and breakfast except Malasadas. Another advantage of the store is very quickly!! We ordered two dozens Malasadas though we can get soon, and Malasada was very hot. Next, I am going to explain why the Malasadas are very tasty or why everyone like Champion’s Malasada. The Malasada’s surface was so much sugar, and that was good, in addition, when we bit the Malasada, that was so crusty, and then the inside of Malasada was very soft. That’s why Champion’s Malasada was very good. If you came to Hawaii, or you stay in Hawaii, you should eat Malasdas because you would be happy, and you would love Hawaii. Please try the great sweets Chanpion’s Malasada.