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Salt Lake City restaurants, especially ones to try Utah unusuals

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Salt Lake City restaurants, especially ones to try Utah unusuals

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bachslunch | | May 8, 2008 05:30 PM

Have done a little research, and was wondering especially if anyone can suggest Salt Lake City restaurants that are good places to try unusual Utah foods. We're talking things like fry sauce, funeral potatoes, red hot cake, company cake, Utah crayfish (Crawdaddy Zuke), and such (have had lime jello in the past). Or are many of these even things you'd find in a restaurant?

Crown Burger may be a good spot for fry sauce, if the research I've done is accurate. Can any of the rest be gotten at Chuck-a-Rama, and if so, is it any good?

I'm also seeing praise for Red Iguana, Takashi, Q-4-U, Dodo, and Market Street Grill on this board. Good bets?

I've seen SLC guidebook listings other spots like Cafe Trang, Lamb's, Market Street Broiler, Red Rock, Tony Caputo's, Cafe Shambala, and The New Yorker. Any good?

Is Rib Alley closed?

Anything else worthy adding here that I've missed? Mainly looking for things in Downtown, Temple Square, Capitol Hill areas.

Many thanks!

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