Chef/owner Emily Gassmann has created a strangely un-Utah-ish bistro in the Capitol Hill neighborhood serving up simple and wholesome food in a cozy bistro setting. Potato pancakes with crème fraíche is a great Em’s appetizer and how could you go wrong with phyllo rolls stuffed with goat cheese and duck confit? For dinner, red wine-braised short ribs, leek-stuffed wild salmon, free-range chicken, and Morgan Valley rack of lamb all compete for attention. Thankfully, there’s also a brief, but well-constructed wine list to accompany the range of flavors at Em’s. And do check out the popular Sunday brunch, which is especially appealing in warm weather on the spacious patio.
Price: $$$ - Expensive
Payment Type: Accept Credit Cards