4.5 based on 324 reviews
My wife and I stopped in here recently after a day of skiing. We sat at a high top table in the bar area. We did sit for a bit of a long time before we had our first contact with the waitstaff, however after that service was quick and attentive.
The beers were good and very much as described on the menu. The food portions were large and we easily could have split an entree and a salad.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
We were looking for a restaurant near the soccer stadium on a trip to SLC, and Trip Advisor steered us to Tiburon. We are very glad that it did. A wonderful little converted home, with a garden in the back, and a very nice patio (although in 100+ degree heat we stayed inside). The food is plated in a bit of a dated fashion, sort of reminiscent of the 90's, but tasted great. The compound butter they bring with the bread that has a hint of shallot, a hint of honey and all sorts of other stuff is amazing. And we were very impressed with the staff who were just wonderful to us. It is more than a bit pricey, but overall a wonderful experience, thanks!
4.5 based on 162 reviews
I can't say this is the "bomb" although you might not be able to tell since the place was packed along with a long waiting list. Salt Lake City must be starved for sushi. We made an OpenTable reservation and still waited 30 min to be seated. Sushi was "meh". I am spoiled...but the prices and the wait did not equate to justifying the cons. Keep looking my friends. There's bound to be some Buddist converted Mormon, Japanese Sushi Chefs out there somewhere.
5 based on 114 reviews
Eating at Bombay House is about much more than just food. It is a complete cultural submersion for all five of your senses. The rich aroma of exotic spices; the rhythms and songs of an ancient culture; warm, intimate lighting; vibrant murals portraying scenes from Indian life and legend; oven-toasted flat bread warming your fingers as you tear a piece to eat; the exquisite flavor of sumptuous food cooked to perfection and served with the same care and courtesy extended to family and guests of the highest honor. Bombay House is about providing you with a truly exceptional experience.
Just went here tonight as we are on or way out to Cali and are spending a night in West Jordan. We were walking around the shopping area looking for a place to eat and didn't want to eat at a chain. Saw this place and decided to try it. Glad we did! Sorry we don't live here as we would return often. Service was wonderful as was the food. Prices very reasonable. We had Samosas and garlic naan, lamb curry and Baygan Bharta (eggplant). It all came with white rice. They also have restaurants in Provo and SLC.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Their sign says gourmet Mediterranean and it is a cut above the typical neighborhood Mediterranean restaurant. There are Cous Cous dishes, pasta/noodles, flats (pizza), sandwiches and salads on the menu. I had their Chicken Cous Cous Carbonara and it was very flavorful and plentiful. You place your order, pay and take a number. I had barely gotten my drink, real silverware and found a seat when my meal was delivered to my table. Service and decor were both good. It is not far from my home and will be a spot I will go back too.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
This place has been around since before forever ago, and it’s easy to see why. I remember eating there at least 30 years ago. Very basic, very old-school family dining with no surprises. I guess that’s good because you know exactly what to expect. And, a little boring because you know exactly what to expect. I think this last visit may have been my last visit. Service was good though. Thanks.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
There is just something about the Village Baker that I love. The ingredients they use in their chicken and tuna salad sandwiches are so fresh and light, and the bread is great. I am quite fond of the vegie with provolone on sourdough, my husband loves the chicken wild rice soup. Service is prompt and friendly. Really great!
4.5 based on 291 reviews
Texas Roadhouse is a steak restaurant providing legendary food with legendary service. Texas Roadhouse specializes in hand-cut steaks, fresh-baked bread, fall-off-the-bone-ribs, and made-from-scratch sides. We also serve ice cold beer and legendary margaritas. Treat your family and friends to a night at Texas Roadhouse.
We were looking for a great place to celebrate the upcoming New Year, and chose Texas Roadhouse because it was highly rated. Happily, it turned out to be a great choice! Our waiter was helpful and speedy. Because we had never been there before, the manager came to our table and offered us a free appetizer, their delicious onion blossom. I loved the choice of sides, which included the choice of a Caesar or house salad. I chose the house salad as one of my sides, and it was not only good but good-sized. The rolls served with cinnamon butter were freshly-baked and delicious. When the main dish came, I was practically full, which was great, because I ate as much as I wanted and then took the rest home for another meal. I ordered prime rib, and it was fantastic! As good as any prime rib in a high-priced restaurant, and it was under $20 (lunch prices). I will definitely be going back. A nice way to usher in the New Year!
4.5 based on 92 reviews
We had the Pulled pork, boneless chicken, brisket & ribs. The pork , beef & ribs were the best. Next time I will get bone in chicken. I got the potatoe salad and didn't like it, it had some green Wierd stuff in it! My husband got the garlic mashed potatoes, they were good. They were out of rolls at 7:00 on a Friday night, so they gave me a hamburger bun, I made a Pulled pork sandwich, it was good. I would go here again.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
The Pie Pizzeria, a valley landmark since 1980, continues to reign atop the "Best Pizza" lists because of the business philosophy that consistency, quality, equitable pricing and great service are the keys to success. The Pie takes no short cuts! We believe that quality takes time. It would be a MIRACLE if you get your pizza in less than five minutes! We like to consider ourselves old school, no frozen dough or pre-shred bagged pizza cheese here. Everything at The Pie is made to order. Pizza dough is hand rolled and hand tossed the traditional way. We slice our meats, cheeses and vegetables fresh every morning. Our sauces and dressings are made in house too. We do this not because it's the new culinary trend, we do this because we have done it that way for over 35 years. To us it's more about the interaction than the transaction. Relax and let's break bread together...
It's good pizza, not crazy amazing but definitely worth a try. I probably would go back to try a specialty pizza. Just went with a pepperoni and jalapeño pizza. Local favorite place.
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