King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant in Torrance (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant

Address: 2808 Sepulveda Blvd, Torrance, CA 90505, United States

Phone: +1 310-530-0050

Price: ₫₫

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.6


What Time Does King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant Open?

Saturday,: 7AM to 9PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 9PM

Monday,: 7AM to 9PM

Tuesday,: 7AM to 9PM

Wednesday,: 7AM to 9PM

Thursday,: 7AM to 9PM

Friday,: 7AM to 9PM

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King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant Reviews

Barry Sullivan

We have always enjoyed King’s Hawaiian sweet bread.
They started in Hawaii, but moved to SoCal years ago.
We just found out about their restaurant and bakery here.
Well worth the stop.
Great breakfast, nice portions and delicious.
Bring something home from the bakery.
The apple coffee cake was wonderful.

Carlos R

A must try for sure!!!!!! There desserts are amazing. You can not go wrong with anything. But my favorite is the Pineapple chocolate chip cookie an Pineapple upside down cake. The breakfast was sooo good. It reminded me of being in Hawaii.
The staff is on island time for sure. But it’s a good thing if your not in a hurry.
I haven’t been there for lunch yet. But i can’t wait to try lunch here.

Emily Wilcox

We have tried a lot of Hawaiian places, and this one was DELICOUS! We loved the baskets of rolls and the kind waiters. They took great care of us and it was a fun experience for our family. Their macaroni salad was the best we’ve ever had!

Eliot Fendig

Stellar service in a unique building. From what I could tell, you can go in and order bakery goods, or get seated in the restaurant part. The menu features a great variety of Hawaiian dishes, and you get their famous bread. And the Loco Moco was excellent and very filling.

Julio G

This is a most if you love the King’s Hawaiian rolls. You gotta try the King’s Hawaiian French toast.
I had the big island breakfast with 2 over easy eggs, Portuguese sausage (really good ) and three slices of the French toast.
They also have a bakery and we had the mochi pineapple donut and the buttermilk cruller, they were really good also. They also have all the different rolls that they make, I didn’t know they had pretzel sliders, so I had to take a couple of bags with me.

Aaron Bright

What a fun restaurant and bakery. Everything about it screams Hawaii.

It starts with the orange tents and Hawaiian shirts. You step inside the front doors to the bakery playing Hawaiian music and it takes you back to the islands.

As you walk through the restaurant, you pass a giant pineapple and fish tank.

Then the delicious food and Kona coffee come out.

I can’t wait to go back.


It was ok. I got the combination plate. It was good, but once you been to Hawaii and you ate original food there, is hard to compare anywhere else. Service was good, but bust. We had to wait 45 minutes to be seated. They also have a bakery next door.

Swee Chye Loh

Hawaiian restaurant cum bakery. Went there for dinner twice and ordered the mixed plate at 19usd. The price is very reasonable as the portion is huge!

The restaurant will serve two warm buns before your meal.

Martin Mendoza

Very nice experience especially if you’re a fan of the brand. The Loco Moco plate was really good and so was the lemonade beer. This place gets packed on the weekends and they will run out of items.

Christy McAbee Lopez

Alright, the fried rice and breakfast burrito is where it’s at. I have always ordered the Huli chicken but no more. Get the fried rice and a side of kimchi and you can’t go wrong. Great service and I love that I can pick up dessert from the bakery after! We also always request by the fish tank because my son loves to watch the fish

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