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Thank you for bringing attention to one of my favorite Utah restaurants, Ho Ho Gourmet [“The Ho Truth,” Nov. 4, City Weekly]. We moved here from New Orleans 10 years ago and still love this li’l joint. Yeah, the bathroom is kinda-sorta scary, but we don’t even care anymore. The food is that good.

I think we have eaten at every restaurant in Park City and still feel the burn. But not with our beloved Ho Ho at 1504 S. State. The dim sum on Sundays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. is the best! On Sundays, they also make a delicate soup with tofu and the most ethereal broth I’ve ever put in my mouth. Oh, did I mention I’m from New Orleans?

Hope you try Ho Ho again and again, Mr. Scheffler. The Chinese vegetable with garlic (seasonal) is mighty fine, and the Chinese menu much better than the standard one. Geez, I could go on forever.

C.C. Connerly
Farr West

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