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    Hit up Thai issan today over in Taylorsville, 4700s by the shut down ultimate ghetto reams... Still the best Thai food around. So good. Tiny hole in the wall joint in the worst corner of the worst strip mall around. My favorite dish is the yellow curry with chicken, 4/5 on the spice level. Go there.

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    Can anyone recommend one of osteria amore, HSL or oqurrh over the others? Also, has any one been to Lola (9th and 9th) yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    Can anyone recommend one of osteria amore, HSL or oqurrh over the others? Also, has any one been to Lola (9th and 9th) yet?
    Table X, HSL and Oquirrh get my vote - but I'm not a huge "classic italian" guy. Also shoutout to SLC Eatery - a half step down but absolutely worth inclusion in that list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Table X, HSL and Oquirrh get my vote - but I'm not a huge "classic italian" guy. Also shoutout to SLC Eatery - a half step down but absolutely worth inclusion in that list.
    we love eatery, but have the female foodie card and 20% the 3 choices I mentioned. looking to use one tomorrow. which is "least fancy" or hsl and oquirrh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    we love eatery, but have the female foodie card and 20% the 3 choices I mentioned. looking to use one tomorrow. which is "least fancy" or hsl and oquirrh?

    ahhh least fancy is for sure HSL. still love it though. they have a burger on their menu that costs $18 and is delicious. they also use evan williams white label BiB as their house mixing whiskey - i've always thought that EW WL BiB is a fantastic well whiskey, but it is not at all pretentious. reflects good taste on the part of their management IMO.

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    yeah second HSL

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    thanks bros

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    finally went down to Facil off 4500S. loved the food truck when theyíd come to Fisher, but was really not expecting it to be so good. 2x nashville chicken, 1x smoked brisket, 1x local mushroom and leek, chips / salsa duo. One of the top 5 most flavorful meals Iíve had in UT, incredibly well done. The ďnashville hotĒ chicken isnít particularly spicy imo but my comparison is Pretty Bird. the strip mall itís in is kinda lame and no bar license yet but worth the trip. Iím extremely stoked on it.

    itís obviously a different sort of thing from traditional street tacos so set your expectations and donít bitch at me if you like don rafa better, or you canít philosophically accept paying more than $1 a taco or whatever, nobodyís claiming itís authentic mexican. plainly a hipster/ďfoodieĒ thing but itís the bomb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
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    finally went down to Facil off 4500S. loved the food truck when theyíd come to Fisher, but was really not expecting it to be so good. 2x nashville chicken, 1x smoked brisket, 1x local mushroom and leek, chips / salsa duo. One of the top 5 most flavorful meals Iíve had in UT, incredibly well done. The ďnashville hotĒ chicken isnít particularly spicy imo but my comparison is Pretty Bird. the strip mall itís in is kinda lame and no bar license yet but worth the trip. Iím extremely stoked on it.

    itís obviously a different sort of thing from traditional street tacos so set your expectations and donít bitch at me if you like don rafa better, or you canít philosophically accept paying more than $1 a taco or whatever, nobodyís claiming itís authentic mexican. plainly a hipster/ďfoodieĒ thing but itís the bomb.
    FKNA!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mall walker View Post
    it’s obviously a different sort of thing from traditional street tacos so set your expectations and don’t bitch at me if you like don rafa better, or you can’t philosophically accept paying more than $1 a taco or whatever, nobody’s claiming it’s authentic mexican. plainly a hipster/“foodie” thing but it’s the bomb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    "This disclaimer brought to you by (for) all the WoodSkiDogDick 'SLC Eats' posters."
    lol yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    Hit up Thai issan today over in Taylorsville, 4700s by the shut down ultimate ghetto reams... Still the best Thai food around. So good. Tiny hole in the wall joint in the worst corner of the worst strip mall around. My favorite dish is the yellow curry with chicken, 4/5 on the spice level. Go there.
    You were in my neck of the woods! That greek spot right there is pretty good too. Flavorful rice for sure.

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    finally went down to Facil off 4500S.
    That was my favorite SLC food truck. I didnít realize the new spot is open, will have to check it out soon.

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    Wait a second…are those single corn tortillas?

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    For you of you celiac sufferers who happen to have a sweet tooth, I found a great place on 18th South and 3rd West called City Cakes. Great muffins, pies, cakes and cookies.
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    Went to Yummys today for the first time- it's a long wait in the drive through, be warned - for some oddball stuff, ha.

    Spam Musabi and a corn dog with potato chunks and sugar sprinkled over it. Great pre-run meal, ackkk my stomach. The Spam Musabi was great though. I want to go back and try the more traditional menu items.

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    I saw the Afghan Kitchen moved when I went to Tosh's Ramen, it's now next to Tosh's.

    Tosh's Karai Ramen was fucking fantastic. It was my first time there and I'm sold.

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    This thread delivers.

    Any good Sandy reqs for Chinese?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukonrider View Post
    This thread delivers.

    Any good Sandy reqs for Chinese?
    We like Asian Star on datenight and Manderin Garden is the family goto. Asian Star is kinda fancy. MakanMakan is really fucking good too not exactly Chinese but "Asian Street Food". Asian Potato for takeout. And Samurai Noodle for good Ramen with homemade noodles. So good after a day skiing

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    Yummys is great. The kalbi and katsu are great. Thatís just a new 2nd location for Afghan if Iím not sure, Iíll be going soon, itís been on the list for a while


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    Quote Originally Posted by happytimefunbox View Post
    We like Asian Star on datenight and Manderin Garden is the family goto. Asian Star is kinda fancy. MakanMakan is really fucking good too not exactly Chinese but "Asian Street Food". Asian Potato for takeout. And Samurai Noodle for good Ramen with homemade noodles. So good after a day skiing

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    MakanMakan definitely isn't Chinese but it is absolutely delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    MakanMakan definitely isn't Chinese but it is absolutely delicious.
    I did kinda deviate from Chinese lol. I want some Ramen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    Yummys is great. The kalbi and katsu are great. That’s just a new 2nd location for Afghan if I’m not sure, I’ll be going soon, it’s been on the list for a while


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    GTK on Yummys, thanks. And I wish the 2nd location of Afghan Kitchen was open during lunch!

    Anyone else find a better Ramen place than Tosh's in SLC? Because I had it again - different dish - and it is comfort food at it's finest IMO. I'm no ramen expert though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    GTK on Yummys, thanks. And I wish the 2nd location of Afghan Kitchen was open during lunch!

    Anyone else find a better Ramen place than Tosh's in SLC? Because I had it again - different dish - and it is comfort food at it's finest IMO. I'm no ramen expert though.
    Kobe is better than Tosh's IMO. Richer broth.

    Jinya is just as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Kobe is better than Tosh's IMO. Richer broth.

    Jinya is just as good.
    thanks! I drive by Kobe often but never been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    thanks! I drive by Kobe often but never been.
    Kobe might be the single best kept secret in SLC. Their sushi is excellent (not quite as good as Takashi but damn close), their ramen is world class, and their whiskey pours are both cheap and generous. Decent sake selection to boot.

    Ask if they have shishamo - it's never on the menu but they carry it in the winter - it's a small grilled fish full of roe, and it's absolutely fucking amazing.

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