The Diamond beef cake noodles ($9.10) are good. No question about that. The pan fried noodles, gravy and beef are a winning combination. But, the dish to get here is the pork belly moco ($8.65). This thing is amazing! If you love pork belly as much as me, you need to stop what you’re doing and head straight to Boba Hut. A large order is two scoops of rice with about 5 of 6 slices of sweet pork belly covered in a slightly spicy aioli and topped with two eggs cooked to order. Together it’s sweet, spicy, savory goodness served with a side of mac salad.
If you want more pork, get the pork belly buns ($6.10). An order is two buns, each with a slice of pork belly, pineapple, and cilantro. If you still have room after that, get some tarts for dessert. Made by Ono Sweetz 702, the assorted order of a dozen ($18) gives you a variety of Hawaiian flavors — purple ube, paradise tart, chantilly tart, koko butter 702 drip, koko taro mochi, da north shore tart.
Locally owned, this small, casual spot if one of the top Hawaiian/Asian-fusion spots to go for cheap eats.
5597 S Rainbow Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89118