I ate at the Market Street Grill (about 3-4 times) several years ago while in Salt Lake City on a snowboarding trip. I remember loving it and have always wanted to go back. I was finally passing through SLC again, and stopped to eat there with my husband. Again, the food was GREAT! We started off with salads which were very fresh, and the tomatoes and ranch dressing were amazing. Then we both had the ravioli which was very rich and good too. For dessert we ordered the key lime pie and chocolate cake. Both were huge and very delicious. Our waitress was very nice and did a great job refilling our drinks and attending to us. I will definitely look forward to going back to the Market Street Grill when I am in SLC in the future. I highly recommend it!
I visit Salt Lake once or twice a year, always eat at Market Street Grill. The food has always been good, and prices are fair (seafood of any type isn't cheap). The one time I had a service complaint, management immediately acted on it.
A bit pricy so we save this one for special occasions only, but oh it is so worth it. My favorite is the fillet mignon and king crab legs. It is the most expensive plate there, but it is so good, and you could actually share it with someone and still get full. They have great appetizers, so good to go during Happy Hour. Quite honestly this restraunt spoiled me for Crab, nowhere else can compare. They also have wonderful shrimp coctail...mmmmm
Have you ever had AUSTRALIAN lobster? It's tender and sweet! Once you have Australian, you can't eat any other! Market Street Grill's have them. Also delicous is their au gratin potatoes. Spinach salad great too. Stay away from the asparagus though, it's tough. Don't forget to finish off with their famous Cabernet Savignon (dessert, not wine). I do like the Grill in Cottonwood better than downtown. It's much quieter and has a better ambiance. Unless you like noise when you dine.