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  • Asian Star The menu is not frighteningly authentic or disturbingly Americanized. Dishes are chef-driven, and Chef James seems most comfortable in the melting pot. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated

  • Boba World This mom-and-pop place is short on chic, but the food on the plate provides all the ambiance you need. Try the scallion pancakes, try the Shanghai Fat Noodles, heck, try the kung pao chicken. It’s all good.  Salt

  • Hong Kong Tea House & Restaurant Authentic, pristine and slightly weird is what we look for in Chinese food. Tea House does honorable renditions of favorites, but it is a rewarding place to go explore.  Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide

  • J. Wong's Asian Bistro Drawing from their Thai and Chinese heritage, J. Wong’s menu allows you to choose either. Lunch—Chinese or Thai—isn’t a good deal. It’s a great deal. Don’t miss the ginger whole fish or the Gunpowder cocktail. Call

  • Mandarin

    Mandarin The rooms are filled with red and gold dragons. Chefs recruited from San Francisco crank out a huge menu. Desserts are noteworthy. Call ahead. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah,