Seeing Red | Restaurant Reviews | Salt Lake City

ALEX SPRINGER

It’s probably appropriate to confess that I didn’t have Red Maple (2882 W. 4700 South, 801-747-2888, redmaplechinese.com) on my radar until all you lovely City Weekly readers gave it your “Best Chinese Food” stamp of approval during last year’s Best of Utah. As a longtime fan of our local Asian food scene, I felt a bit chagrined that paying a visit to this West Valley favorite wasn’t higher on my priority list. That said, I’m happy to say that I have seen the glory that is Red Maple, and am happy to be counted among those of you who bestowed last year’s Best of Utah Award to this establishment. Y’all seem to know what you’re talking about.

Red Maple has been around since 2010, though it moved to its current location in 2013; before then, diners found the place on 3300 South and Redwood Road. Back then, its

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Falling for Nepal | Restaurant Reviews | Salt Lake City

ALEX SPRINGER

At first glance, you wouldn’t think that Utah would be home to the diverse cuisines of Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal—but that’s what makes it fun to explore. For example, Everest Curry Kitchen (68 E. 10600 South, Sandy, 801-571-4015, everestcurrykitchenutah.com) has a menu that dovetails with traditional Indian dishes like tandoori chicken, tikka masala, and samosas, while offering some great flavors from Nepal. Don’t be misled by the nondescript storefront within a Sandy strip mall; Everest is a great place for traditional Indian food, but you’ll want to stick around for some flavorful Nepalese cuisine as well.

My first experience with Tibetan and Nepalese food came at the Living Traditions Festival, Utah’s annual celebration of the myriad cultures that call our state home. I spotted someone doling out these baseball-sized tufts of steamed dough with a little bit of crispy brown on top. Once I learned that

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Chinese Restaurant Becomes Internet Sensation with Their BRUTALLY Honest Menu Reviews

A Chinese restaurant in Montreal is enjoying a spike in orders after candid descriptions from its menu went viral on social media. Cuisine Aunt Dai, located at 1448 Saint Mathieu St., serves dishes available in many other places but takes a unique approach by apparently “reviewing” itself before customers could.

“Comparing to our General Tao Chicken, this one is not THAT good,” owner Feigang Fei writes about their “Orange Beef” recipe. “Anyway, I’m not a big fan of North American Chinese food and it’s your call.” Meanwhile, the description for “Sweet and Spicy Pork Strips” reads in part: “Since I have so high expectations on this dish, I am not a huge fan of our version, to be honest. But don’t get me wrong, the plate at our restaurant is very tasty too, it’s just different from those where I went to university.” Fei, a former IT engineer, immigrated

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