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Lacquered tables lit by sunlight from expansive windows gleam in Rice's modern dining room. Spicy aromas waft in from the kitchen, foretelling the arrival of entrees that blend the culinary traditions of Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United States. Some of these flavors meld within the dishes themselves: combining grilled steak, asparagus, and eel sauce, the Cowboy sushi roll melts away boundaries between East and West, much like a blast furnace full of old compasses. But chefs also cook traditional Asian recipes, such as a Thai curry with coconut milk or Japanese udon noodles with tempura shrimp. And they're accommodating of other diets, too. Several vegetarian dishes incorporate soy chicken substitute, whose tender texture pleased the writer of a 2009 In This Week review.
2335 East Murray Holladay Road
Holladay,
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Summerhays Halibut N Chips transports the ocean to patrons' taste buds with its Alaskan halibut, cod, shrimp, and more. The menu splashes with ocean-caught fare alongside landlubbering burgers, sandwiches, and fries.
4870 S Highland Dr
Salt Lake City,
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Chef Bryan Rubey has been featured on ABC-4's Good Things Utah for his Shetland salmon with mango-pineapple salsa—just one recipe that demonstrates his deft culinary touch. Before opening Flora Restaurant, Rubey helped to steer the kitchens of Via Emilia in Mobile, Alabama, and the Snowbird Resort's Arie Restaurant, where he mastered French and Italian cooking techniques such as poaching, braising, and putting miniature berets on steaks. He melds those styles with Southern and Southwestern flavors in dishes such as South Carolina-style mustard baby-back ribs with roasted-pepper polenta or housemade spinach linguine in lemon cream sauce with chicken, olives, and roasted peppers. Flora Restaurant's dessert menu is just as well thought out, with options such as lavender-scented honey cheesecake to sweeten palates.
2335 E Murray Holladay Rd
Holladay,
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After 30 years in business, Dasks Greek Grill may have changed its location, but its pledge remains intact: handcraft traditional Greek dishes with an American flair and the freshest ingredients possible. The Salt Lake Tribune honored the family-owned-and-operated eatery with an award for serving the area's best gyro, whose warm pita bread cradles morsels of lamb and beef or falafel like a mother cradling her voucher for "alone time." To pair with a charbroiled burgers or a traditional souvlaki platter, patrons can also take a peek into a Spartan's war helmet for zesty sides of hummus and cool yogurt sauce.
6522 S Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd
Holladay,
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Great in the AM or as an after-dinner treat, The Dot sells scrumptious baked goods in Holladay's East Millcreek district. It s best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as low-fat is not featured on the menu here. For comfortable outdoor service, The Dot sets up a seasonal patio. At The Dot, your large or small group can be seated quickly and comfortably. Call The Dot for catering if you have a big event coming up. If you're driving, be sure to take advantage of the nearby lot. The dream is to eat an amazing meal for under $15, and at The Dot, they are making dreams come true.
4036 South 2700 East
Holladay,
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