The face and story of Walter Lappert are familiar to any resident or visitor of Hawaii. While his stores are all over the islands, the first one was ... More
The face and story of Walter Lappert are familiar to any resident or visitor of Hawaii. While his stores are all over the islands, the first one was founded in Kauai a little more than 10 years ago. Lappert uses a simple method: only the best ingredients and lots of butterfat. The result is simply splendid. Dozens of original, all-natural ice cream flavors are offered. Baked goods by Mrs. Lappert and rich Kona Coffee are also served.
I thought ice cream was suppose to make people happy. It's obvious serving it makes people hate life. I can't believe such a small little place like this would make people hate their job so much. The ice cream is incredible the service is horrible. We timed our dinner so we could go get some ice cream on our last day in town. We went by there earlier and were told they closed at 9. We showed up at 835 the panels were still open and 2 people were still working. When we went to order we were told they are closing early. Although instead of closing the place up they stayed there by the register and talked for the last 25 mins and turned down 11 customers which is about 70 dollars in sales. I guess money grows on trees for this business. The manager type lady that works there really seems to either hate her job or hate her life. Either way she should get a new one, since she does work in a tourist environment.
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