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BigRedFoodieDoc Nov 22, 2011 10:20 AM

Anyone hear anything about or tried the food at the Canyons new kosher establishment in Park City, Utah? Heading to a conference there and would love some 411.

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    weinsteinm Dec 9, 2011 12:03 PM

    Interested to know -- what was the verdict based on your visit?

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      BigRedFoodieDoc Dec 11, 2011 07:34 AM

      Nothing yet- found out they hadn't officially opened yet, but they're planning to open 12/14 and I'm not going till late January, so hoping for the best and will post reviews at that time. Hoping they can match the food at the kosher ski hotel in Canazei, Italy though!

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      BigRedFoodieDoc Feb 12, 2012 11:13 PM

      Just got back from 5-day Park City trip and figured I'd update/review for anyone looking for an easy ski/conference destination. Bistro at the Canyons opened in December, along w/synogogue at the Silverado Lodge. Ambience is nice enough that it attracted non-kosher (and very curious) diners while we were there. The bistro also provided sandwiches (tuna, pastrami, roast beef, turkey wraps) at the central on-mountain dining area which was a first for me and REALLY convenient. As for dinner, standout appetizers included a nice chili, smoked cauliflower soup, sliders, and a grilled chicken salad. Soups were very falvorful, but portions a bit on the skimpy side. As for entrees, my fave was the "cote de boeuf", a nicely grilled 19oz steak which actually did feed 2 if you have appetizers and are not crazy hungry. Other faves included a nicely smoked duck breast, a very smokey beef-cheek gnocchi, and a nice seared ahi tuna. Wine list was decent w/a few decent examples offered by the glass, and deserts were okay other than a coconut panna cotta, which was unexpected and really nice. All in all, a nice new way to do a kosher West Coast ski trip without having to worry about cooking or existing on tuna and PB and J for a week. Added bonus is they seemed very family-friendly.

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