30th B-Day in Salt Lake City
As other posters have suggested, your budget, mobility, and tastes will affect our recommendations. Nevertheless, I would suggest you consider:
1) Takashi (marvelous sushi and new Asian cuisine)
2) Martine (Mediterranean food with a great selection of tapa)
3) Paris Bistro (classic French bistro fare)
All of these restaurants are within 5 miles of downtown SLC, although a car would be required to reach some of them.
After working remotely with folks in SLC for years, I finally had the chance to fly out and meet some of my good friends back in '05. At the time, this restaurant was newish (there was no Web site), but I see there is one now. I highly recommend Faustina for a milestone birthday. Take a look at the menu and see if you don't agree. ;) I had something with huckleberry sauce. It was essentially a girls' night out for us and everyone enjoyed the chow immensely. Happy 30th in advance!
454 East 300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Hi! Thanks for your response.
I like Asian, Indian, Italian, Mediterranean cuisines... but if there's somenthing really good not in that category I'm open to try, I love food. It's gonna be me and my boyfriend and another couple dinning with us. I think $70 per person is the price range. And yes, we have a car. We are staying in South Jordan...
Another thing that I forgot to add, and a very important one, one of our guest is on a wheelchair, so the restaurant has to be handicap accesible. I know that most of the restaurants are, but sometimes the tables are to close together, of the bathrooms are to small...
Thanks in advance.
Hi monse, happy birthday! I hope I'm not too late :) I just posted and it went into the abyss of cyberspace :( I'm a bit miffed, so round two will just hit on the major points.
You're in South Jordan, so you could drive a bit up Cottonwood Canyon if you would like to also se some beautiful scenery. If you do, Mikado (at the base) or Porcupine Grill (up the canyon) are good.
For Mediterranean, definitely Mazza
Asian Takashi or Mikado. Indochine was also good, but I haven't heard anything on it lately, maybe someone can chime in on whether it's still up and running, and good.
I also think Tin Angel Cafe is worth a visit.
As for stellar Italian, I'm stumped.
Don't forget to check out Stuart's blog: http://www.gastronomicslc.com
18 West Market St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101
365 W 400 S Salt Lake, City, UT
Porcupine Pub & Grille
3698 Fort Union Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Mikado at Cottonwood
6572 S Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Indochine Vietnamese Bistro
230 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Mazza Middle Eastern Cuisine
912 E 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105