18 W. Market St., Salt Lake City
Over in the Salt Lake Tribune this week, Lesli J, Nielson braves the crowds and enjoys the perennially popular Takashi. A rather brief review, but it touches on all aspects that make up the Takashi experience. First and foremost, really great sushi. The only downsides are the occasional lapses in service and endless crowds, baying for Takashi Gibo’s work.
Chanon Thai Cafe
278 E. 900 South, Salt Lake City
In the City Weekly Ted Scheffler discovers the spicy wonders of Chanon Thai Cafe. Ted writes a glowing review of Chanon Thai, specifically the fresh authentic nature of the food coupled with great prices and hearty servings.
Ganesh Indian Cuisine
777 E. Fort Union Blvd., Midvale
Stacey Kratz delivers a very positive review of Ganesh Indian Cuisine, this week in the Deseret Morning News. Stacey confesses to being a touch nervous about trying out Ganesh, but leaves with only great things to say. I personally rate Ganesh Indian Cuisine very highly, indeed of the many Indian eateries in the valley, it may be my number one pick.
1026 E. Second Ave. in Salt Lake City
6322 S. 3000 East, Salt Lake City
Amanda Chamberlain of In Utah This Week takes in lunch at Cucina Deli. Sandwiches, soups and salads are the order of the day here; all served up in a friendly and comfortable neighbourhood eatery.
2255 N. University Parkway #39, Provo, Utah
Your Heart Out continue their reviews of slightly further afield locations. This week see’s them try out Las Tarascas down in Provo.
No Brow Coffee
315 East 300 South, Salt Lake City
This weeks round-up ends with a new blog I stumbled on just recently. On her blog’s aims, Krista explains “The Salt Lake City cheap eats scene from a local college student’s point of view. Raves and rants about the best and worst food Salt Lake City has to offer.”. This week she stops by No Brow Coffee.
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