There are plenty of parallels between Oquirrh, the restaurant, and the mountains of the same name. The west side Oquirrh range often gets overlooked for the bigger, snowier Wasatch range in the east, and this restaurant in a small former diner space often gets overlooked for flashier, fancier spots in town. But we’re here to say that the food at Oquirrh can measure up to any dinner place in Salt Lake City. While much of the menu is seasonal, the milk-braised potatoes cooked until the milk turns into creamy curds are always available and always good. Also, service here is consistent without being overbearing.

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