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Bear's Coffee

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This place may be called Conscious Culture Cafe now.
#99 of 448 places to eat in Hilo
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American, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: up to $10
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106 Keawe St
Hilo, Hawaii, USA
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After visiting Pacific Tsunami Museum, you can look over the menu at this restaurant. Don't forget to try good eggs benedict, sandwiches and broth at Bear's Coffee. Order tasty belgian waffles, bagels and yogurt. It's a must to taste delicious latte, espresso or tea when coming to this place.

This spot is well known for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Prices are found reasonable here. If you've never tried to eat and experience the sense of beauty at the same time, visit this restaurant to find the exotic atmosphere. But the general score for Bear's Coffee isn't high on Zomato.

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Portions of food are huge and breakfast is good here. Woman working there is not very friendly. We felt like shee was annoyed that we came in and sat down...Beware of attitude here.
Service was friendly. I waited for my food order and employees were checking if I was already serviced by someone already. Liliko'i drink was good, I was hoping it was more on the sour side though. The reason for me giving 2 stars is because of the food. I'm not sure if I got one of the crappy items on the menu. I ordered a breakfast burrito to go. It took  longer than expected to make a breakfast burrito. To go plate was styrofoam. Wonder how they'll deal with the styrofoam ban that is less than a year away? For the burrito I can honestly say that is one of the many worst ones I have had in my life. I ordered mine with bacon inside, it came in long strips in the burrito. Also you can tell it is one of the lower quality of bacons just by looking at it. It also was wrapped in a red tortilla which I found quite odd. It was laid on a skimpy bed of chopped lettuce. The lettuce becomes wilted and browned by the time it gets to you. Inside of the burrito is mostly, I kid you not, refried beans. There is eggs, potato strings, bacon, and cheese in there. The weight of the burrito comes mostly from the beans and it is very overpowering. It was quite depressing actually. It comes with a side of tortilla chips (store bought). And fruit slices pineapple, watermelon, and oranges. (Store bought as well, support local.) Even after all of that I decided I would like to return and try other foods. I'm hoping when I do try the other menu items that they can redeem themselves and I'll change my rating on this review. I've read the others and they seem good, I just probably got one of their bad menu items. Besides that I've seen in some reviews after I ordered, that their B-fast burrito is bad yet they have not made any efforts since then to improve it.
Service is good. Had dry hashbrowns. Inedible. Came back another day thinking it was a fluke. Hashbrowns still dry. Ate them anyway whatever. Got a bagel with avocado. Avocado was hard and not ripe enough to eat. Ill pay money for these things today but Im not coming back.
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Address
106 Keawe St, Hilo, Hawaii, USA
Features
Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Сredit cards accepted Wheelchair accessible Delivery Takeaway Parking Booking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 07:00-15:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 07:00-15:00
WednesdayWed 07:00-15:00
ThursdayThu 07:00-15:00
FridayFri 07:00-15:00
SaturdaySat 07:00-15:00
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