Yummy’s comes to Salt Lake City
Orem-based Korean BBQ Yummy’s recently opened a second location in West Valley (2946 W. 4700 South, 801-769-6614, yummysutah.com). While in Orem, Yummy’s made a name for itself with its Korean menu and all-you-can-eat meat buffet, featuring a wide range of grilled meats that diners can cook at their own tables. While browsing the Yummy website, we recently discovered all kinds of new plans for the future: They plan to offer subscription meal delivery kits in the near future, and they’ve embraced the keto-friendly nature of cooking. Korean. In addition to this, Yummy’s plans to open new locations in St. George and Eagle Mountain. Long live the Yummy Empire!
Mr. Charlie is growing
The Mr. Charlie’s Chicken Fingers team (554 W. 4500 South, 801-803-9486, mrcharlies.com) recently opened their second location in Draper (592 E. 12300 South). I couldn’t be happier with this news, as it brings Mr. Charlie’s delicious grilled and fried chicken fingers list one step closer to my neighborhood. For those who haven’t yet enjoyed the fried splendor of Mr. Charlie’s chicken fingers, this is a place that only serves chicken fingers, although they also appear on po ‘boys, sandwiches. and wraps. I know fried chicken is a minefield of hot catches right now, but Mr. Charlie’s was making chicken fingers long before this comfort food classic infiltrated social media memedom.
The best Sunday openings
Brunch has always been a polarizing meal, but since it was mostly limited to Sundays, the fabric of food criticism has remained largely intact. Now that chef Tyler Stokes and local restaurateur Michael McHenry, the team behind Ginger Street in Salt Lake, have created a brunch concept only known as Sunday’s Best (10672 S. State Street, 801-441-3331, brunchmehard.com). In addition to brunch classics like monkey bread, homemade cookies and smoked salmon, Sunday’s Best will offer a wide range of meats, vegetables and house cocktails suitable for brunch. If brunch is your thing but you hate to wait until Sunday, this restaurant is for you.
Quote of the week: “Breakfast is a meal, but brunch is a culture.” âMatt Basil