Comfort Inn & Suites Woods Cross - Salt Lake City North
2437 S. Wildcat Way
Woods Cross, UT 84010
Phone: (801) 298-3900
Fax: (801) 298-9759
Arguably the best Chinese restaurant in Utah, this restaurant uses the freshest ingredients and original sauces to present a deliciously unique and varied menu. Dinner choices include Mongolian pork, spicy cashew chicken, beef with fresh asparagus and Hunan-braised eggplant. From the zesty orange-sesame shrimp or Szechwan chicken wing appetizers, to the apple spring rolls with cinnamon ice cream dessert, everything on the menu is flavorful and delicious. Beer and wine are available.
Thaifoon celebrates Asian-American food in every way, shape and form. Though the name of the restaurant suggests that their specialty is Thai food, they also serve up Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and other Asian-fusion creations with a modern twist. Try the "Drunken Shrimp" - crispy shrimp served with a flaming sauce of sweet citrus and rum. Or try their "Mango Chicken" signature dish - mango and chicken stir-fried in a sweet mango chili sauce. Located in the Gateway Center, the restaurant vibe is upscale yet approachable. Be sure to get a seat near the 40-foot cascading glass water wall (or, if you'd prefer, sit near the west-facing windows to watch the sunset). Validated parking is available in the Gateway lots.
Avenues Proper is Salt Lake City's Brew Pub that also has an appetizing dinner menu. The duck fat popcorn is loved by all diners and is a perfect accompaniment to the movies they show on their TV. Their chicken and waffles served with a quail egg and maple syrup is cooked to perfection. The steak frites is also a favorite and all dishes should be coupled with their microbrew. The dark orange walls and purple lights give the place a casual yet hipster look. Its attentive service, and eclectic menu items make Avenues Proper a place worth visiting.
Featured on Food Networks, "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" the Red Iguana has been a Salt Lake City staple long before the show aired. This Mexican restaurant is family owned and operated, serving dishes from various regions of Mexico as well as some family favorites handed down from generation to generation. This family friendly establishment also offers a simplified menu for los niños and is so popular that a line can be seen wrapping around the block during high traffic meal times.
Carriage Court is just a block from malls, banks and Temple Square and serves traditional American fare, but also features specialties that pay homage to Native Americans and pioneers that settled in the mountains. Entrees like Utah Red Trout and grilled buffalo use fresh local ingredients and traditional recipes. The carrot soup here is especially delicious. No alcohol is served.
Amazing views, soft sounds of a waterfall, and the clean crisp feel of white tablecloths dried in the springtime sun permeate this restaurant. It is located on the top floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Try the Parmesan-peppercorn dressing to begin with, served on a crunchy salad. Next move on to the very tender oven-roasted pork or the maple-pecan crusted breast of chicken. Though this restaurant does not serve coffee or alcohol, it is a great place for a quiet conversation and breathtaking scenery.
Located in the center of downtown Salt Lake City, this classy restaurant overlooks historic Temple Square and offers a beautiful view of the Salt Lake Temple. The Roof restaurant combines elegant dining with the ease and variety of a buffet. The buffet and main course vary according to season, but buffet choices often include prime rib, poached salmon, fruits, salads and pastas. The restaurant also offers a large dessert buffet. Alcoholic beverages are not served.
Located in the one-time residence of Brigham Young, this small restaurant serves up traditional pioneer dishes to Temple Square tourists. Traditional country furnishings complement a simple menu including herb chicken, corn chowder, prime rib and local trout. The adjoining party rooms are well-known for their pioneer-themed birthday bashes during which girls don pioneer hats, boys wear coonskin caps and hostesses read old stories and direct pioneer games. For lunch, dinner, or a party, this simple restaurant makes an ideal stop for hungry tourists in town to soak up the history of Temple Square.
The Wild Grape Bistro is a restaurant that makes use of fresh, local ingredients to give patrons a taste of the American Southwest. In addition to the delicious food, this restaurant also has an extensive wine list for you to enjoy. The menus change frequently, and you will be offered menus featuring the very best the season has to offer. If you drop by in the right season, you could be served delicacies like braised lamb shank, pan-seared scallops, cider-brined pork chops and seared duck breast. The restaurant also offers gluten-free and vegetarian dishes.
Located at the popular shopping destination, the Gateway, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has a lot to offer lovers of steaks and seafood. Your meal at this restaurant begins with delicious appetizers like sweet chile calamari, jumbo lump crab cakes and tenderloin carpaccio. You then move on to some scrumptious cuts of meat, among which the peppercorn steak and porcini-rubbed filet mignon are particularly popular. If you're in the mood for seafood, barbecue Scottish salmon fillet and North Atlantic lobster tails will do perfectly. From the extensive wine list, you can choose the perfect complement for your meal.
All of the Italian dishes at Cafe Molise are simply mouth watering. There are nearly a dozen pasta offerings, each unusual and delicious. The lasagne is perhaps the most highly recommended. The prices for all the generous dishes on the menu are very reasonable. Wines by the glass are reasonably priced. The cafe often features live jazz performances as well.
A red sandstone edifice built in 1889, this fashionable restaurant, Martine, serves up nouveau Mediterranean cuisine and traditional tapas to a cosmopolitan crowd. The decor combines antique architectural elements with delightful, thoroughly modern accents spotlighted with dramatic lighting. Diners sit at the marble bar or in high-backed booths to choose from the varied menu. Business-casual lunchtime diners prefer gourmet sandwiches, salads and soups, while those on later dinner dates opt for a set nightly menu including soup, salad and tapas. Dine here once and you would definitely return for more!