Liliha Bakery in Honolulu (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Liliha Bakery

Address: 3rd fl, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814

Phone: (808) 944-4088

Price: $$

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.3


What Time Does Liliha Bakery Open?

Saturday,: 7AM to 9PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 8PM

Monday,: 7AM to 8PM

Tuesday,: 7AM to 8PM

Wednesday,: 7AM to 8PM

Thursday,: 7AM to 8PM

Friday,: 7AM to 9PM

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Liliha Bakery Reviews

M Gilmore

Stopped in here for lunch. I really liked the food. I’d recommend substituting for fried rice, it was delicious. They give you so much food too. The bakery side is also awesome. We got an assortment of things to try.

John K

Very nice. They had a variety of different foods that were very enjoyable to eat. We had a very fluffy pancake with chocolate chips. Just had a burger as well as the Maki sandwich on a croissant roll. And also some buttered moonfish I think. Each one was very well done. The prices are the prices in Hawaii. The bakery which is adjacent to it has a lot of great options as well

Shannon Chau

We were recommended this place by friends. There is a bakery and a restaurant. We ate at the restaurant which was a long wait. The oxtail soup was delicious and good value. We added saimin and it came with rice as well. This alone was able to satisfy two people! The oxtail soup was flavourful and the meat was soft and not difficult to remove from the bone. It also came with butter bread and jam which melted in your mouth.

Tomomi Nakashima

I am a repeater of Liliha Bakery, but this is the first time to visit at Ala Moana restaurant. Their food is always good, service is excellent, and reasonable price. I liked they leave a coffee pot at the table, so I can get whenever my cup gets empty! Also, I saw the restaurant was full. I was happy to see the place was really lively since the pandemic hit us. Today I ordered Karaage Chicken and Prime Rib Steak. Both of them tasted very satisfied! I will go back whenever I crave the prime rib. One more thing that I love this place is the light. The restaurant faces mauka side at the 3rd floor of Macy’s. We have lots of natural light (not direct sun light) in the restaurant. That helps us enjoy the food really good. Highly recommend dining here!


Shopping at Macy’s thought I’m getting hungry…what? Liliha Bakery in Macy’s??? It’s a little bit of a wait but it went fast. Had the Shrimp Saimin and Steak and eggs. First time I’ve ever had corn in Saimin. I’ll remember that especially when corn is in season and I wanna make it at home. The shrimp was good fresh just right seasoning. The steak? A little thin but still good. Finished with a couple of Long John’s.


You must try the bread with the jelly! I thought this place a great place to dine. I got the arugula salmon and my girlfriend got the veggie omelet. It was pretty good! You know that the food is good when your girlfriend keeps reaching her fork over to eat your salmon! Lol.
The line can be quite long so I just sat at the bar. Because there is a lot of people, you should reserve a spot through their machine by the door inside. Because there is a lot of people, it can be quite noisy. For me personally, I prefer more quiet places to dine because it allows me to talk and hear the person I am with better. Also, if you are worried about COVID-19, keep in mind that you may not be 6 foot away from other people. I definitely was not 6 feet away from the man sitting next to me at the bar. The customer service was great. I love how the waitress were very accomidating.

Bert Kimura

Definitely a big step up from the original bakery and dining counter in Liliha. Offers a variety of upscale local style cuisine. Great for breakfast or a dessert break in mid-afternoon when less crowded.

Stopped for a mid-afternoon coffee break. Chocolate soufflé (new item) excellent.

Excellent bakery products as in the old days. Coco puffs is the specialty item. They are unique and superb for taking home or to a potluck event.

Steven Sakata

This was my first time dining in at any Liliha Bakery, and I had an okay experience.

First, I think it would be nice if the greeter smiled. She wasn’t rude, but I think being greeted by a happy and smiling person would give better first impressions of a place.

I had the Kim Chee Fried Rice plate with bacon. I asked for the bacon to be crispy, and it came out a little bit too well-done (i.e., it had a little burnt flavor). However, I did ask for it to be crispy, so I couldn’t complain. 🙂 The grapes were pretty, but sour. Everything else tasted good. What I really liked was getting my own pot of coffee. Also, the person that waited on me was very friendly and did a great job.

While eating, the alarm went off, and continued for minutes. I could see a lot of customers looking around with some confusion. None of the Liliha Bakery staff said anything. I had to ask one of them if this was for real, and if we had to leave. The response was it was a “false alarm”. It would have been nice if the staff made an announcement.

jErUmB bAdGeRs

It’s a good restaurant with a small variety of foods to choose from. Their Oxtail Soup (with noodles) is the best all day. They have a strict protocol wherein you are required to show your COVID vaccination card.

Sharon Hudson

So freaking delicious! Everything was amazing from the Loco Moco with fried rice, to the pork belly, the butter bread with jelly, the pastries and donuts… I think members of my family ate here every day we visited Hawaii.

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