Salome Pilas started Oming's Kitchen as a food truck in 2015 and six years later, opened a brick and mortar version on Blue Diamond Road. The business built its reputation on rice bowls topped with tender, flavorful pork belly and chicken; marinated, charbroiled, and finished on the grill. It's her version of a grilling tradition known as sinugba. Pilas' crispy deep-fried lumpia are among the best in Vegas, so order a few on the side. The menu has expanded since the early days and now includes an all-day breakfast. Ask about the longganisa sausage or tocino, a dried version of adobo that's similar to bacon. Pilas pays careful attention to sourcing and imports select meat from Denmark.
How to order: Save time by ordering online for pickup. The food truck is still around and has a regular spot on campus at UNLV. It also makes regular appearances at festivals like EDC and First Friday.