About The Salty Pineapple

Aloha from Utah!

The Salty Pineapple serves traditional Hawaiian BBQ with a spin! Established in 2016 by owner Daysha Filipe at the age of 21, the Salty Pineapple takes the island flavors that Daysha grew up with and brings them to the Salt Lake valley.

Our menu features classic Hawaiian BBQ as well as vegetarian and vegan options. We take pride in serving quality crafted food and providing friendly service the island way. We believe in delivering daily aloha to the Salt Lake valley. Look for us at local locations, business parks, events, or hire our team to cater your next event!

Winners of Food Network’s “Big Food Truck Tip”

The Salty Pineapple was recently featured on the premier episode of Food Network’s newest show, “Big Food Truck Tip” and won first place! The prize of $10,000 is going to be used to upgrade our truck and to open a brick and mortar restaurant featuring all of the great recipes you love at our truck and more! To check out more about the Salty Pineapple in the news, click the links below!

What Our Customers Say About Us

I loved the kalua pork, and way juicy coconut shrimp! Mmmm! Delicious variety of sauces. My favorite Polynesian macaroni. The garlic tickled my tastebuds. Mmmmm!!!!!

– Shauntai Brandow Johnson

Was lucky enough to have this truck at my work today. The food is INCREDIBLE and the service was FAST! I don’t usually go out of my way to leave reviews but this is amazing.

– Chandler Bell

So so yummy!!! The beef is so amazing!! It tastes like bulgogi om nom nom!! If you see this place you must eat there! I promise from one fat kid to another, it’s delicious.

– Julie Adams

Great food!! I really loved the pork, mac salad, and ALL THE SAUCES!!! Oh, and get the pineapple cider!!

– Kristina Stagnitto

Ordered the Kalua Pork Bowl – Delicious! Pork was done well without being dry, and I loved the green onions. The mac salad is some of the best. A surprising amount of food too. Totally worth a visit!

– Jessica Kiisel

Thank you very much for all the amazing food for the Bingham Scout-A Pep Rally! It was excellent and had great flavor! The pineapple chili sauce is on point!

– Tyler Davis

Thanks guys for a little taste of nostalgia the other day. I was born and raised in Hawaii and the last thing I expected to find in Salt Lake City was kalua pork. It was awesome.

– Dennis Flenderson

Say Aloha to The Salty Pineapple!