It's fast and tasty
Anyone who has been to Hawaii and likes Hawaiian food may have visited the Mo' Bettah Restaurants in the Salt Lake Valley. Mo' Bettah is located at 335 West 1830 South, Suite E, in Salt Lake City. There are several others in Salt Lake County and over twenty of the restaurants in the State of Utah.
Mo' Bettah is a Hawaiian way of saying "More Better," which indicates that the food is very good.
In 2008, brothers Kimo and Kalani Mack opened the doors to Mo’ Bettah Steaks now Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style in Bountiful, Utah. The goal was to transport guests to an authentic Hawaiian island experience, like they had where they grew up in Oahu, Hawai’i. Someone entering a Mo’ Bettahs restaurant will find a place that, no matter where they were from, they can fill their opu (stomach) with ono (delicious) island food.
Hawaiian food culture is a diverse mixture of many races and food preparation styles. The Mo’ Bettahs menu reflects Hawaii staples that are Kimo and Kalani’s favorites and more than just ordinary fast-food. It is food that is filling and will help you find the strength to do whatever is on your agenda for the day.
The Mo’ Bettahs experience also revolves around a diverse ocean lifestyle that many Hawai’i locals of all ages and races find rejuvenating and empowering. Ask any surfer, paddler or diver, and they will say that the ocean has a cleansing effect on the soul. It creates a humbling sort of respect for nature and all of its beauties. [From the Mo' Bettah website]
The plate lunch was derived from plantation workers eating outside in the dusty pineapple or sugar cane fields, that is part of the charm of eating this style of food. We all come from different backgrounds but the one thing that can bring us together is good food. – Kimo Mack [From the Mo' Bettah website]
As someone who has lived in Hawaii and visited there many times over the years, I was pleased to see that there are several Mo' Bettah restaurants in the Salt Lake Valley. The food and service are great.