Hawaii Mom Blog: Hungry? Check out Snackbox in Kaka'ako!




June 17, 2014

Hungry? Check out Snackbox in Kaka'ako!

Have you been to Kaka'ako lately?  Well, you should.  Kaka‘ako is home to exciting pop-up cuisine and numerous eateries and cafes.  

For example, when I heard the news that Mark Noguchi had opened up Snackbox, a kiosk inside Pad Hawaii, I made it a point to go.  I had been late to the party with Taste Table, his former venture and his other kitchen, Lunchbox is closed to Hawaiian Airlines employees (although I did finagle an invite).  

It was perfect timing for me when Snackbox hosted a bake shop collaboration with BreadShop this past Saturday.    I heard they would be making 150 pieces for the pop-up and when I got there an hour after it started, there were only a dozen or so pieces left.  

I considered myself lucky not to walk away empty handed.  I left with BreadShop baker Christopher Sy's spinach taegu and sesame croissants and Kimberly Oi's scones: sprinkles, strawberry basil and lemon mint.  I really loved the creaminess of the sesame filling inside the croissant and my kids practically inhaled the sprinkles scones.  The scones had a nice texture and the flavor was not overpowering.    

I also tried Snackbox's Olena lemonade which was served in a mason jar with fresh fruit.  We all loved it!  Very refreshing.  

On their usual menu are sandwiches, salads, cookies, scones and drinks.  Don't miss out, they will only be around until January.

Snackbox at Pad Hawaii
685 Auahi St. between Coral and Keawe
Tuesday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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