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Delicious fresh malasadas with yummy fillings. Come early as they do run out by late afternoon. Makes a good stop to have lunch too !
While there are burgers and plate lunches to be had here, everyone goes to Tex Drive In for the Malasadas—thick, eggy Portuguese donuts sprinkled in sugar and celebrated island-wide. The local favorite is Tex’s Bavarian cream filling. There’s a no-frills walk-up counter certain to have a line-up,…
Tex Drive-In is a local favorite. If you're driving the Hamakua Coast, make sure to stop here and try some of their famous Portuguese donuts!
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