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.