Reliable restaurants are not easy to find. Sugarhouse Barbeque is a stalwart of the Salt Lake dining scene, so surely something is being done right here? Read more to find out exactly what that is.
Indochine is now three months into it’s tenure; things seem to be panning out for this new venture. On a recent Thursday outing, we had the standard worries about visiting a new restaurant. Read more to see if these were justified.
Utah is blessed with year long ready access to fresh tomatillos and a wide variety of chillis. With the winter season almost upon us this hearty, spicy chilli verde is a perfect dish.
Fast food. The mere mention can send shivers down the spine of many a foodie. On a lazy weekend night we try out Mad Greek; can fast food also be good food? We find out.
Pine is the most recent of Greg Neville’s (owner/chef) Salt Lake City restaurants; the last being the continually popular Lugano. After reading many positive reviews of Pine, we decided to give the place a whirl this past Saturday evening. Read on to find out how the night fared.
While getting confused about my poblanos and pasillas today, I stumbled on Gourmet Sleuth. A great resource for ingredient info and more!
A cold autumn evening and in need of a quick bite. We choose Maccools as the solution to our woes. See how this Irish themed restaurant stacks up in our latest review.
Following my recent mazza review, the tribune has more on mazza today.
Four years in business, Yamasaki must be doing something right. We find out exactly what those things are on our recent visit. Check out the latest restaurant review.
Before I write about our dinner at Bambara, I should confess it is one of my personal favorite restaurants here in Salt Lake City. When it comes to Bambara, I often wax lyrical to family and friends, but will try to remain as unbiased as possible here.
One of my favourite dishes to cook at home is this spicy aromatic thai dish; I believe this is know as Pad Ga Prow traditionally. The recipe started life from …
Recently I have been reading chow.com quite regularly. They have some really interesting recipe ideas. Definitely not run of the mill stuff requiring “1 can campbells condensed mushroom soup”
In the coming weeks a series of guest writers should be interspersing the regular restaurant reviews. From waiters, chefs, managers through to owners. With stories from behind the scenes and …
This weekend saw our fourth visit (in as many months I’d wager) to Mazza. Each visit has been to the newer 9th and 9th location. For as long as I can recall we have attempted to visit the original 15th and 15th Mazza location and failed. Reviews were consistently excellent and we love Middle-Eastern cuisine.
I have tried as many places as possible from the chain food fare of Johnny Carino’s through to long established independant Rino’s right on to the trendy hipness of Michelangelo’s in Sugarhouse. So far none has come close to the epicurean heights of back home.
Will Lugano be my Italian goto place in SLC?
I’ve tasted spuds ranging from too hard, not crispy enough, too oily all the way through to totally flavourless. After a few years of hard work (and spending too much in restaurants), I think I have perfected the art of roasting spuds.
Ladies and gents, I give you perfect rosemary roasted potatoes!
Evening restaurant review.
A couple of Saturdays ago I got my Christmast present from Wen – a trip to Metropolitan. Often lauded as one of SLC’s premier dining locations we have been meaning to go for quite some time.