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Reviewed 25 February 2020 via mobile

What a great place, we enjoyed what was simply the best coffee we had during our vacation. amazing friendly service - make sure you visit this place 👍🏻

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 1 December 2019 via mobile

Da Kine Coffee was our favorite place for breakfast during our trip. The best açaí bowls we had on the island, great coffee, excellent papaya with yogurt. And the owners were super pleasant and made some great suggestions for snorkeling and boogie boarding. We came...back here twice during our stay because everything was so delicious!!More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed 11 November 2019 via mobile

4th visit here this year and it’s always been a great choice, if your looking for great Kona coffee this is a must stop

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed 10 October 2019 via mobile

What a great surprise finding such a fabulous coffee shop on the way to green sand beach. The egg and turkey burrito was delicious. We also enjoyed their Kona coffee, which the owner brewed fresh for us. The owners took time to visit with us,...she and her husband are so sweet. This is a lovely coffee shop and should not be missed. Thank you for a wonderful breakfast!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 28 August 2019 via mobile

We stopped on our way back from Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park and snorkeling at Two step. The açaí bowls all sounded amazing! We both had the Kai bowls. Delicious! The ingredients were fresh and fabulous! Love that most of the granola was at...the bottom of the bowl, instead of the top! We had a wonderful conversation with the two folks who were working and might have been owners (?). They were friendly and kind... nice to chat and find out some of the things we had in common. This was exactly what we needed after visiting the cultural site and some amazing snorkeling at Two Step.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 11 March 2019

This is a small but cute shop. They make Acai bowls with fresh fruit and use homemade granola. Really, really good. They also do great smoothies and Kona coffee as well as many other offerings. Very friendly people too.

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed 21 February 2019

We stopped here for a quick drink and the service was fine. My husband liked the mango scone. Small, quirky little place. Coffee was really good.

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed 20 December 2018

Have been meaning to check this place out, but just never got around to it until today. It's super close to home, so I really should have gotten here sooner. Having said that, I know I will be here more now. Wow! Tucked neatly in...between Patz Pie's and Big Rob's Balery, this is the perfect answer to it's not-so-healthy option neighbors. This is a local owned and ran coffee shop, sourced by a local family friend's farm, serving 100% organic Kona coffee. They also have food offerings like açaí bowls, paninis, sandwiches and bagels. For small bites or the sweet tooth, they also had some cookies and scones. The menu is vast, and since I'm mainly a "drink coffee from a K-Cup at work" kinda guy, coffeeshops and Starbucks tend to intimidate me. Coffee snobs have their crazy demands down to a science. I'm not at that level yet, so to make things easy, I just usually ask the barista what they like, and order that. Makes things less complicated, I get what someone much smarter than me recommends, and everyone is happy. Today I felt like something not too sweet, and with a nice frothy foamy head. Cappuccino was suggested, and that's what I had. I took a 16oz large. For food, we decided to share an açaí bowl amongst the three of us (me, wifey, baby). The boss of the house (wife) chose the Bird of Paradise bowl (açaí, topped with strawberries, mango, chia seeds, coconut flakes and a drizzle of local honey. The food and drink came out quickly, we had just come in after some to-go orders had left, so there was no wait. The coffee was really good, I didn't need to put add any sugar or cream. It wasn't too strong, yet had me buzzing. As it's Kona coffee, it was super smooth too, no bitterness. The head of foam was perfect and the coffee wasn't too hot. I have nekojita (cat's tongue in Japanese), which means I burn my tastebuds super easy if I don't let stuff cool down quite a bit first. That usually takes awhile with coffee, but I was able to drunk this very quickly, which is great. The açaí bowl.....the açaí bowl, wow. It was really really good. Lately, the last few açaí bowls I've had were from Costco's food court, so this was amazing. Don't get me wrong, I'm still down for Costco's, nowhere else can you get an açaí bowl for $5. Costco is still great. However, of course this is a whole different ball game. Yes, it's $11.50, but that's about the going rate for an açaí bowl in Kona. There is a place very nearby this coffee shop who sells their açaí bowls for .50 more. There is a popular place in town that sells theirs for a little more, and a little less, as they have more than one size. So, $11.50 is not that bad. It just means it's not something I plan on eating everyday. The açaí was great, the toppings made it wonderful. At first, I thought there must be a frozen chunk of açaí or mango hovering in the middle of my bowl- but in fact it turned out to be an asteroid of granola! That was a pleasant surprise. I have been on a strict diet (low carb) this year, but cheating for this meal was worth it. The chia seeds were good, as was the mango. The honey drizzle was the key. That touch was what took the açaí bowl from 4.5 to 5 stars. Service was impeccable, the I'm assuming to be owner was so helpful, not only in helping me decide on a drink, but everything else as well. She gave me a kama'aina rate without me thinking to ask about one, which is super cool, and not enough places have them. They also have a loyalty card, which I immediately grabbed. Another great touch was the option to leave the card with her, and she files it away. When you come in, you give your name, and she has the card. Soooo much better than sticking another card in my wallet, to be shuffled around. The shop was small but comfy. There were two tables with three seats on each. A small bar a few people could sit at, and another small table one or two people could share. Cozy, yet not invading. I love how close this is to home, and how friendly the service was, not to mention how good the food and drink was. I'll definitely be back.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed 1 December 2018

Jordan and Huko are a sweet welcoming local couple. Their coffee is so-oo good we’re tempted to drive back for more. We also had tasty crossiant breakfast sandwiches and a yogurt bowl with granola & blueberries. It was a treat to enjoy it out on...the deck and also to talk to Jordan about fishing.More

Date of visit: November 2018
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Reviewed 18 October 2018 via mobile

Great coffee. Delicious Papaya bowl, very friendly crew. Cool art and on the walls. Love the view from the patio.

Date of visit: October 2018
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  • Service: 5
  • Value: 5