Settebello does everything right for pizza lovers while Shanghai Cafe gives great budget vietnamese food. Thai Orchid and Citta Gelato & Cafe make up the heavyweight reviews. Ted Scheffler tackles the unique Yurt dining experience.
We thought we would take a break from the structured set-up of the standard dining experience. This week we tried Braza Grill in Murray. So how does this Brazilian export stack up against the more traditional restaurant meal. Read on to find out.
The first in a planned weekly round-up of all the latest restaurant reviews in Salt Lake City. This week sees five in total from The City Weekly, ASKSLC, Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake Tribune and Salt Lake Chowhounds.
Cedars of Lebanon has long been on our list of restaurants to visit. We are huge lovers of Middle Eastern food. Varying reasons have conspired over the years to stop us sampling this popular down town spot. This week we finally laid this to rest.
Thai food is without question now a standard cuisine on the culinary map. With so many options and locations opening apace, a reliable goto place is a must. We go over our personal favorite.
Bambara restaurant has just a won the prestigious AAA four diamond award. I for one am excited to make a repeat trip to explore chef Dave Jones new menu.
This week we head Southwards to Fort Union, in order to check out Ganesh Indian Cuisine. Indian food being one of our most loved cuisines meant we were quite excited for the meal. Read on to see if that was justified.
A new restaurant from the group that brought Salt Lake Martine? Things look promising for this casual and unassuming neighbourhood restaurant. Read on to see our latest visit to Stella Grill.
UPDATE 2013: See here for our latest review of Indochine Vietnamese restaurant. Recently we reviewed the seemingly polarizing Indochine Vietnamese Bistro. Over in the Tribune, Vanessa Chang also covers the …
West Valley City is home to a vast array of worldy flavours. Pho Green Papaya adds another Vietnamese restaurant to an already burgeoning landscape of top notch eateries. How does this new kid on the block fare?
This sunday (January 13th) sees Monsoon Thai Bistro’s latest wine dinner, focusing on Cabernet Sauvignon. A steal at $25 for 6 courses with the wine pairing $24.95.
While most may be huddled over their Udon and Sukiyaki in the cold winter months, we love sushi all year round. Join us on our most recent trip to the ever consistent Kyoto.
Over in the City Weekly Ted Scheffler also reviews Tandoor Indian Grill. Previously reviewed a while back here on Gastronomic SLC. Seems he wasn’t too impressed by the buffet which …
A brief follow-up review covering a recent revisit to Bambara. The menu has seen a couple of new arrivals, naturally we had to give them a test drive.
Tandoor Indian Grill breathes new life into the space formerly occupied by Bombay Express. Will this newcomer be as short lived as the previous tenant? Read more to find out the experience of our first visit.
Gourmet burgers come to Salt Lake City courtesy of ACME Burger Company and the talented Adam Kreisel. A well known pedigree and an interesting concept combine. Read more and find out how well.
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.