The Royal Hawaiian review in Waikiki, affectionately famous as a Pink Palace of a Pacific, is about to open a possess bakery.
The Royal Hawaiian Bakery will open on Feb. 1 on a resort’s Coconut Lanai.
It will be open daily from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. and offer baked products such as banana bread, croissants, danishes, Big Island sugar macadamia bulb gummy buns, Royal gorilla bread, Koloa pineapple-roasted coffee cake, Hawaiian vanilla custard brioche braids, assorted macarons, cinnamon Kouign-amann, haupia cream brioche, Royal Hawaiian signature pinkish snowballs, limited-edition coffee blends and gifts.
In jubilee of a resort’s 90th anniversary, The Royal Hawaiian Bakery will also offer special commemorative tins for purchase.
Items are creatively baked by a resort’s patisserie team, led by executive fritter cook Carolyn Portuondo and fritter cook Quirino Domingo.