Malasadas, sometimes called Portuguese doughnuts, are fried to order every morning until 10:30 at Kilohana Grill. They resemble light, thick, fluffy pancakes, rolled in sugar, slightly crispy around the edges. rworange likes them more than any other malasada in the area; they remind her of Polish punski. Three of them are $2.50.
The (newly opened) restaurant is promising, too–they source their sausage and beer from Hawaii, and they offer exciting daily specials like Spam Katsu and Hawaiian-Style Chili.