A collection of top-notch restaurants offering a variety of fresh and tasty Chinese fare
Americans have a love-hate relationship with Chinese food. They love it for its rich flavors, satisfying sauces, tender meats, and plump vegetables. The extreme abundance of Chinese restaurants in big cities (and rural villages) proves this. But somewhere along the way, Chinese food became known as a generic, salty, and cheap cuisine. And as much as people adore its flavor spectrum, they gasp at the nutritional content, and grow dehydrated from sodium overdoses.
Local Expert Tip: "Mandarin has a gluten- and wheat-free menu with more than two dozen options, including desserts. "
Local Expert Tip: "Dim sum service stops at 3pm; arrive well ahead of this if you're craving dim sum."
- Cuisine: Sichuanese
- Average Main Course Price: $14
- Neighborhood: Sandy
Local Expert Tip: "Come prepared to think outside of the box, and don't be afraid to try a new dish."
Local Expert Tip: "Parking is rather limited; arrive early to avoid a hassle. If you can't find a parking spot, valet parking is available for $3."
Local Expert Tip: "P.F. Chang's offers three sets of happy hours throughout the week; check online for specifics. "
Local Expert Tip: "Dim sum is served daily at Ho Ho Gourmet."
Local Expert Tip: "Many dishes here are served family style, making this a great group dinner venue. "
Local Expert Tip: "Given the reliably high quality of its food and very affordable prices, Sampan has become an extremely popular choice for those ordering take-out. "
Local Expert Tip: "Though this is heralded as the best vegetarian Chinese in Salt Lake, Shanghai Cafe also serves meat dishes."
- Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Sushi
- Average Main Course Price: $9
- Neighborhood: South Salt Lake City
Local Expert Tip: "On any night of the week, Red Ginger Bistro will be packed to the gills; if you prefer to avoid crowds, consider dining a few hours earlier than usual. "
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