Don’t let the Sandy location fool you: Tiburon Fine Dining isn’t just one of Sandy’s best restaurants, but one of the best along the Wasatch Front. Also, don’t be put off by the less-than-snazzy exterior, which used to be a fruit stand and a pizza joint. Inside, it’s a wholly different, refined world. Start out with a unique and decadent appetizer of St. Andree triple crème brie and five-hour “dry” braised Kurobuta pork belly. Then, move on to the house specialty: New Zealand elk tenderloin, charbroiled to order and served with a creamy duxelle-green peppercorn demi-glace. The Muscovy duck breast with sun-dried cherry demi-glace is also a winner. For oenophiles, the eclectic wine list at Tiburon has to be Sandy’s best. And, there’s even a good selection of blended and single-malt Scotch for post-dinner sipping.