Alamexo – Cochinita Pibil Tacos ($18.95)
Mexican cuisine with a refined touch is the name of the game at chef and owner Matt Lakeâ€™s downtown eatery. Â This deconstructed taco dish lets the diner create their own taco masterpiece featuring hunks of sumptuously tender pork shoulder marinated in achiote and bitter orange.
Boba World – Shanghai Fat Noodles ($8.75-$9.25)
The unassuming strip mall housing this Woods Cross restaurant is home to one of Utahâ€™s best Chinese restaurants; its also home to outrageously good noodles too. Â These in house noodles – by way of Shanghai – are thick, chewy and comfort food heaven.
Caffe Molise – Pappardelle Al Sugo ($11.95 lunch, $15.95 dinner)
You donâ€™t need to head down to the airport for a taste of rustic Italy; with summer still in swing head down to Caffee Moliseâ€™s lush al fresco patio. Â Next, enjoy this dish of in house, freshly made pappardelle, tossed with a savory, slow-cooked sauce of beef, pork and tomatoes .The dish is finished with Asiago and aplomb.
Curry Fried Chicken – Fried Chicken ($1.49 per piece)
East meets West, become good buddies and hatch a plan to create the worlds most addictive fusion food. Â CFCâ€™s fried chicken alone might stack up as the stateâ€™s finest; but infused with incendiary Indian spices it becomes something otherworldly making for for a lip smacking taste you will crave over and over.
Feldmanâ€™s Deli – Corned Beef Reuben ($13.50)
A half pound of corned beef imported from NYC makes for the base of this legit sandwich. Â Piled high with sauerkraut, swiss and thousand island dressing on Jewish Rye – some will tell you this monster will last for lunch and dinner. Donâ€™t believe them, youâ€™ll want to conquer this in one greedy sitting.