Order Fresh Made Malasadas in Gilbert and Mesa AZ
Malasadas are originally from Portugal but made popular in Hawaii. Malasadas is a “Portuguese” donut without a hole made with a special dough fried to golden brown and covered in cinnamon sugar. The outside is light and crispy while the inside is deliciously fluffy and gooey. It’s impossible to eat just one.
Malasadas in Mesa
We serve Malasadas at our Mesa location on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. While supplies last, so come in early to get your dozen or two malasadas. Malasadas are made from scratch and dropped in the fryer upon order. Our Mesa location is on the Southwest corner of Ellsworth and Baseline in Mesa, Arizona. Check out the map and directions below.
If you have any questions please call 480-621-6600.
Malasadas in Gilbert
We serve Malasadas at our Gilbert, AZ location Sundays from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. While supplies last, so come in early because it is while supplies last and they never last. Malasadas are made from scratch and dropped in the fryer upon order. Our Gilbert location is on the Northeast corner of Gilbert Rd. and Guadalupe Rd. in Gilbert, Arizona. Check out the map and directions below.
If you have any questions please call 480-284-8001.
Mesa Location & Directions
Gilbert Location & Directions
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Malasadas that actually taste as good as Leonard’s Bakery in Hawaii! I’ve tried a few and they’re insanely delicious. If they can maintain the taste and texture like the one’s I tried OMG! How does a donut shop in Mesa, Arizona just come up with the best tasting Malasadas on the planet. Is there a Hawaiian Connection? Leonard’s connection? Whatever it is your Malasadas are incredible. Highly Recommend!!! The donuts are the best too.
Best donuts in Mesa Arizona. I recently tried the Malasadas from a friend that bought some and they were delicious. I’ve tried Malasadas from several places in Arizona, and these were the best by far. Friendly staff and great service.Erica Mathews
Found them on Google Maps as I was searching for Malasadas. Didn’t know the best malasadas were right down the street from our house. We’re here every Saturday now for their Malasadas. Being born and raised in Hawaii, I’ve eaten many Leonard’s Malasadas can’t tell the difference between the two. Best Malasadas in Arizona.Keoni K.