Monday, June 22, 2009
Riverhorse Cafe, Park City, Utah
It seems that, just like in Italy, you can't seem get a bad meal in Park City, Utah. Particularly in Old Town. At the Riverhorse, we tried two starters and a main cours. The starters were Elk Carpaccio and a Beet and Arugula Salad. The beets were red and yellow, the darker ones deeper and earthier, the yellow ones, lighter and fruitier. The main course was Glazed Salmon. The carpaccio came with a Meyer lemon vinaigrette, and some sort of mild horseradish sauce. Wow! The salmon was glazed with one sauce, and dark wild rice beneath, with another sauce. Everything was almost indescribably delicious. We finished it off with the peanut butter bread pudding. Due to the rain, what was meant to be an athletic weekend turned into a gastronomically indulgent one. Poor us!