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    SLC Eats

    Looking for some good places to eat this weekend;

    Those that know me (or at least my food-laden FB feed) know I love anything. . . as long as it's done well. All cuisines fine to dives. Looking for good drinks places too, same criteria.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Takashi for sushi. Yes, it's that good.

    Red Iguana 2 for mole.

    Silver Fork in BCC if you're up there. I think their food is tasty.

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    should be an older thread or two on this but...
    copper onion
    luganos
    paris bistro

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    not a complete list but a start in the right direction

    Sandy & Draper
    Café Trang
    Aroma (brand new Indian in Draper – haven't eaten there yet - with a new Thai soon to open a couple of doors down)
    Joy Luck
    Mizumi
    Tiburon Fine Dining
    Royal India
    Szechuan Garden (order from the Szechuan/authentic page of the menu)
    Taste of Punjab
    Bonsai Japanese Steak House (tepanyaki style, incorrectly aka hibachi)
    Carvers Steak House
    Mekong Thai

    Midvale / Murray / Millcreek / Cottonwood Heights
    Suehiro
    Epic Casual Dining
    Asian Star
    Tsunami
    Porcupine Grill
    Market St. Grill & Oyster Bar
    Loco Lizard
    Francks
    Tuscany
    Pine
    Lugano
    Log Haven
    Café Madrid
    Bangkok Thai Talay
    EJo (Korean)
    Citris Grill
    Mazza (Middle Eastern/Turkish/Greek)
    Paris Bistro
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    Porcupine Pub for great burgers and pub fare, plus very talented staff. At the mouth of BCC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by criscam View Post
    should be an older thread or two on this but...
    copper onion
    luganos
    paris bistro
    there are a few: here, here, and here.
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    Tsunami for sushi.
    Ruth's Diner up Emigration Canyon has. Great patio.
    Red Iguana or Red Iguana 2 for Mexican, but there's always a wait. Less wait at #2.
    Vintos has some interesting options for fancy pizza if you like that kind of thing.
    Frida Bistro has killer food and margaritas that are out of the ordinary.

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    If you've never eaten at the Red Iguana, you'd be a fool to miss it. Ask for the mole sampler to start, and then decide what to order. or just order the Puntas de Filete.
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    Sorry to hear about Mekong Thai. Great food and the owner was nice.

    Desert Edge brewery - great beer - I generally wind up getting what they have on cask. The food is very good also.

    Setabello pizza

    check out the other threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todds View Post
    Sorry to hear about Mekong Thai. Great food and the owner was nice.

    Desert Edge brewery - great beer - I generally wind up getting what they have on cask. The food is very good also.

    Setabello pizza

    check out the other threads.
    I think that Mekong is a misprint I was just driving by there the other day and I think its still open i will edit... STILL OPEN and best Thai in the valley IMHO.

    If royal india in sandy isnt on the list it should be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by criscam View Post
    should be an older thread or two on this but...
    copper onion
    luganos
    paris bistro
    This except Zy>Copper Onion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    If you've never eaten at the Red Iguana, you'd be a fool to miss it. Ask for the mole sampler to start, and then decide what to order. or just order the Puntas de Filete.
    Or the Cochenita de Pibil
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    For me, it was always a toss-up between Ruth's Diner and Blue Plate Diner for breakfast. Blue Plate is a solid option for lunch and dinner as well.

    Tsunami for hip and creative, Takashi for hip and traditional, Kyoto for traditional.

    Best meal I had while living there was at Paris Bistro.
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    Tin Angel. So GOOD. (downtown)
    Also, Bohemian Brewery is way yummy. (Midvale)
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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    Or the Cochenita de Pibil
    My god...this is my fav dish there of all time....meant to post it but didnt...glad someone did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleee View Post
    This except Zy>Copper Onion.
    that's a bold statement. must check it out.

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    There's a pretty money Cajun spot down by the temple. I can't remember the name due to all the drinking that was done. Anyone know what I'm talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NmbrdDays View Post
    There's a pretty money Cajun spot down by the temple. I can't remember the name due to all the drinking that was done. Anyone know what I'm talking about?

    The Bayou??? State Street? Near Epic Brewing? ONly one I can think of..GREAT selection of beers....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NmbrdDays View Post
    I can't remember the name due to all the drinking that was done.
    based on past experience it must be the bayou.

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    Bayou
    Tea Room (thai)
    Channon Thai
    Mazza (medeteranean)
    R&R BBQ
    Better Burger Truck
    Blue Plate Diner
    Park Cafe
    Tin Angel
    Eva
    Plum Alley
    Copper Onion
    Cafe Frisch (vegan)
    Saturday Farmers Market downtown
    Taco Carts on 8th and state by Sears
    Oh Mai vietnamese
    Pho tay ho (pho)
    Tsunami sushi
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    tell me when you'll be at Porcupine Pub. Like to tip back a few pints with you.

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    I don't know much, but I know I liked the Cottonbottom.

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    LeCaille in Sandy . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    The Bayou??? State Street? Near Epic Brewing? ONly one I can think of..GREAT selection of beers....
    That's the place! Food was great and the beer selection is amazing, All bottles cause we know Ut doesn't like beer over 3.5%.

    Someone finally dropped the cottonbottom. Great garlic burger although the help has a lil bit of a 'tude. This is coming from a NYer.

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    A second on Oh, Mai. Great Vietnamese.
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