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  • Takashi Takashi Gibo earned his acclaim by buying the freshest fish and serving it in politely eye-popping style. Check the chalkboard for specials like Thai mackerel, fatty tuna or spot prawns, and expect some of the best sushi in the

  • Taqueria 27 Salt Lake needs more Mexican food, and Todd Gardiner is here to provide it. Artisan tacos (try the duck confit), inventive guacamole and lots of tequila. Five valley locations to choose from. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is

  • Thai Garden Paprika-infused pad thai, deep-fried duck and fragrant gang gra ree are all excellent choices—but there are 50-plus items on the menu. Be tempted by batter-fried bananas with coconut ice cream. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list

  • Thai Siam This restaurant is diminutive, but the flavors are fresh, big and bold. Never expensive, this place is even more of a bargain during lunchtime, when adventurous customers enjoy the $6.95 combination plates, a triple Thai tasting that’s one

  • The Oyster Bar This is one of the best selection of fresh oysters in town: Belon, Olympia, Malpeque and Snow Creek, plus Bluepoints. Crab and shrimp are conscientiously procured. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best

  • Tosh's Ramen Chef Tosh Sekikawa is our own ramen ranger. His long-simmered noodle-laden broths have a deservedly devoted following—meaning, go early for lunch. Now with a second location. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants

  • Besides sushi, the menu offers crispy-light tempura and numerous house cocktails and sake. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake Magazine’s Executive Editor Mary Brown Malouf. Our guide has

  • Vertical Diner Vertical Diner boasts an animal-free menu of burgers, sandwiches and breakfasts. Plus organic wines and coffees. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake Magazine’s Executive Editor Mary

  • We Olive It appears to be an extraordinary olive oil store, but tucked in the back is a great cafe and wine bar with a limited but delicious menu of panini, charcuterie, and other antipasti type dishes. Salt Lake Magazine’s

  • Yoko Ramen More ramen! Utahns can’t seem to slurp enough of the big Japanese soup—Yoko serves it up for carnivores and vegans, plus offers some kinkier stuff like a Japanese Cubano sandwich and various pig parts. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining

  • Zao Asian Cafe  It’s hard to categorize this pan-Asian semi-fast food concept. It draws from Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese traditions, all combined with the American need for speed. Just file it under fast, fresh, flavorful food. Salt Lake Magazine’s