Anticipation is a powerful motivator, which is why people rush through dinner to get to dessert or fast-forward a movie to see who key-gripped it. Skip to the best part with this Groupon.
$17.50 for a Five-Punch Card for Dessert Crepes and Snowflake Desserts ($35 Value)
This deal is valid at the Waialae location only.
On each visit, a card holder can use up to two punches, each of which is valid for $7 worth of sweet crepes such as the Banana Jamma with Nutella and sliced bananas. Other sweet crepes are filled with treats such as fresh fruit, nuts, chocolate, and marshmallows. There are also Snowflake desserts—or frozen cotton candy, as described by Aloha Crepes—that come in 20 sweet flavors such as vanilla or honeydew.
Aloha Crepes serves dessert all day. Of course, it's in the form of a crepe, so the light treat seems somehow appropriate for breakfast, even if you order the Aloha crepe—loaded with Nutella, a sauce of sour cream and brown sugar, strawberries, whipped cream, and powdered sugar. For something more savory, crepes can be stuffed with portobello mushrooms or grilled chicken or made into pizza-like envelopes that, with the correct postage, the US Postal Service will deliver. For a lighter dessert option, Aloha Snowflakes promise a treat that's part ice cream, part shaved ice with the consistency of frozen cotton candy. Snow ice comes in a variety of flavors made from fresh fruits, juices, and extracts with added milk.
89% of 602 customers recommend
“Get a Snow and a Crepe to share with someone :)”
“Thank you for the great service and great-tasting crepes. :)”
“I really appreciated their kind, prompt service and attention to detail (e.g. asking if I wanted my whipped cream on the side or on the crepe). All of their crepes...”
“I really appreciated their kind, prompt service and attention to detail (e.g. asking if I wanted my whipped cream on the side or on the crepe). All of their crepes are delicious; I highly recommend them. :) Thank you for making such wonderful crepes and for serving them with a smile. ”