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For over 21 years the Little Grass Shack has been spreading the Spirit of Aloha across Southern Nevada on the FM airwaves. Hosts Island Emory, Angel, and Big Island Emory are all proud to share their Aloha Spirit, island culture, lifestyle and traditions with KUNV 91.5 listeners every Sunday from 12PM-4PM. Special features like Topics in the Tropics, WTF: What the Fact, and Wiki Wiki Sports make every weekend at KUNV lively and exciting. Listen on air or online www.LGSVegas.com every Sunday for the “Best of Island Music!” And 24/7 music on our other platforms www.islandemory.comRead More
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Had a lunch event at our work place and we tried out the 702 Bento. Ordered for 60+ Everyone loved it!!! Highly recommend this place; will be returning to try other things on their menu; added it to that, was great customer service💕
OK in a pinch, but better options available. We were really looking forward to getting a nice taste of home, but this didn't quite hit the mark. Service was decent but not great. Was surprised to see the table was dirty (visible cup rings, food bits, etc.), even during a slow period. Even when food was delivered, it was just placed on the obviously dirty table. Thankfully they gave a free hand sanitizer, so we could clean the table ourselves when napkins arrived with the food. Also ordered 4 musubi to go with our order and found later we received only 3. No receipt was given, so unsure if we were charged for 3 or 4. Also, tipping when you order results in the cashier shouting "tip tip" to the person in the back. A little unusual for a tiny place. Food: Plate lunch portions run on the small side for Hawaiian plate lunch. Beef stew in mixed plate was tasty, hamburger steak was ok but gravy was congealed from sitting in a warmer. Brown box manapuas were good but pork hash was really really really heavy on garlic. Hibiscus plate tasted pretty good, laulau was flavorful and kalua pig had nice smoky flavor. Korean chicken plate had crispy chicken and nice flavor, listed as having 2 scoops rice and came with only 1. Mac salad was passable but seemed thin and not very flavorful. We went for the real deal at the Cal the next day. Spam musubis tasted good. Overall, I would say this place is ok if you need something close to the airport, but otherwise you are better off going to the California hotel or other options in town. We honestly felt not quite satisfied with the experience.
Loved this place! Ono grinds and the friendliest staff. Highly recommend if you're craving local Hawaiian cooking, hospitality, or just a little Aloha. Plus you can beat the Vegas heat with some shave ice too!
Food is very good here. A hidden Hawaiian food location in Vegas definitely worth the stop if you are close by.
I ordered the Korean chicken, and instead; I got fried chicken in sabaw. Lol Joke! I also ordered char siu manapua. The manapua was alright! My chicken was salty and drenched in sauce. I got high blood pressure before I ate it. Lol Seriously; this is Vegas! Not home "Hawaii," so I guess I really can't complain. I'll probably go back and try the pastele.