Food & Drink in Sandy Hills

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A 12-year AAA Four Diamond Award winner, La Caille nestles fine French cuisine and attentive service into a scenic eighteenth-century, French-inspired chateau. Guests enjoy eye-boggling views of Little Cottonwood Canyon while devouring dinner, brunch, or a prix-fixe Basque dinner that features soup, salad, and two entrees of the chef's choosing in one of four dining rooms.

9565 S Wasatch Blvd
Sandy,
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Though an increasing number of people seek youthfulness through surgical procedures, clients of Image of Wellness LLC can obtain treatments that rejuvenate appearances and diminish stress without surgery. Inside soothing confines awash in earthy tones and natural light, clients opt for services such as permanent hair removal, thermal massage, and LED/Infrared therapy that addresses skin conditions with light wavelengths instead of smearing on the stuff inside freshly squeezed glow sticks. Each treatment owes its effectiveness to an expert staff, which includes nutrition specialists, a chiropractor, and an herbalist.

8745 S 700 E
Sandy,
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La Fountain Mexican Restaurant caters to cravings with a packed menu of Mexican favorites. From quesadillas to chile relleno platters, the cooks whip up authentic dishes that can be paired with rice and beans to create stick-to-your-ribs feasts. Homemade flour tortillas transform the typical burrito or taco into something special, and breakfast is available at any time of day.

9103 S Village Shop Dr
Sandy,
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A venerable textbook of sushi history, the engaging Chef Joe brings more than 20 years of Japanese culinary experience to the Mt. Fuji cutting boards. Each sushi-making class begins with the arts-and-crafts basics of fish-related construction using nori, rice, and rubber cement to build delicious rolls ready-made for consumption. Chef Joe will also clue you in on the best places to buy ingredients for three sushi mainstays: the classic california roll, spicy-tuna hand rolls, and salmon nigiri. The BYOB policy lets you alternate your detailed maki handiwork with sips of your favorite wine or beer (Mt. Fuji supplies the glasses, along with additional alcohol, which may be purchased on-site). Once you've finished exercising your chopsticks, show off your ability to shatter glass with a well-chosen Mariah Carey ballad at the restaurant-sponsored karaoke party after class.

8650 S 1300 E
Sandy,
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