To function properly, the human body requires a steady stream of nutrients, sunlight, and compliments from other species about its opposable thumbs. Use your bendable digits to provide yourself with nutrients with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of upscale European- and American-inspired dinner cuisine at Kimi's Mountainside Bistro.
At Kimi's Mountainside Bistro, chef Matt Anderson silences yodeling appetites with an eclectic menu, of upscale dinner cuisine, with selections inspired by travels throughout the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and the American West. Dine inside or under a star-speckled skyscape while enjoying Kimi's dinner menu, which changes seasonally but might include shareable selections such as hazelnut-crusted brie partnered with lingonberry compote and apple slaw ($15). Meaty masterpieces such as a bone-in pork chop topped with apple-cider gastrique, parsnip purée, and apricot-and-cherry chutney ($24) complement an array of pizzas and pastas such as spaghettini pomodoro, featuring pasta tossed in olive oil and bolstered with basil pomodoro and parmesan ($18).
Nestled in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Kimi's entertains the eyes as well as the stomach, serving up views of the surrounding ski slopes and mountainous terrain reminiscent of the natural habitat of a wild salad fork. Designed with exposed wooden beams and soft lighting, the interior offers a cozy but elegant retreat from the elements, and the outdoor patio allows for warm-weather dining with lounge chairs, fire pits, fresh herbs and flowers, and a sizzling outdoor grill.
Kimi's Mountainside Bistro
A symphony of clinking glasses and joyful laughter reverberates off the green mountain slopes, where ski lifts dangle listlessly in a state of suspended hesitation. Awash in the perfume of fresh herbs and flowers from surrounding pots, the alpine air envelops guests partaking in upscale European and American fare on the patio of Kimi's Mountainside Bistro. Nestled in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Kimi's entertains the eyes as well as the stomach, serving up views of the surrounding ski slopes and mountainous terrain reminiscent of the natural habitat of a wild salad fork.
Within the bistro’s bustling kitchen, chef Matt Anderson silences yodeling appetites with an eclectic array of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch fare. His selections are inspired by travels throughout the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, and the American West. His kitchen staff chops, grills, and bakes flavorful ingredients such as Himalayan pink salt, hickory-smoked bacon, and fresh mozzarella into refined dishes whisked out of the kitchen by seasoned servers. As alfresco eaters bask in the smoky redolence wafting from the patio’s fire pits and outdoor grill, indoor visitors break bread amid exposed wood beams and soft lighting that offer a cozy but elegant retreat from the elements and dessert-stealing mountain bunnies.
Salt Lake City
12000 E Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121