Good Eats: Forage

A quaint restaurant located secretly on 900 south in Salt Lake City. Snuggled between homes, Forage is the small, light blue home turned restaurant. Forage is a fixed menu restaurant with wine and non-alcoholic pairings available at an additional cost. The plates are small, but I left feeling satisfied and full. Expect to spend around 2 to 3 hours there. The fixed menu includes around 10 plates, each served one-by-one. However, I didn't feel the wait between dishes to be long at all; it's all very well paced. The waitstaff is incredibly friendly from the very beginning to the very end. Chef Pham came by our table to ask us about our experience and to introduce the main courses. They also gave us a bag of homemade granola on the way out.

Here's a taste of the June 2012 menu.

 Soft Scrambled Egg, Maple Syrup, & Sherry Cream

Soft Scrambled Egg, Maple Syrup, & Sherry Cream

 Cucumber pickled with Juniper

Cucumber pickled with Juniper

 Heirloom radish and Smoked Cream

Heirloom radish and Smoked Cream

 Halibut in poached Whey and Porcini

Halibut in poached Whey and Porcini

 Favas & Morels, Squid, Char Roe, & Roasted Chicken

Favas & Morels, Squid, Char Roe, & Roasted Chicken

 Cache Valley Rabbit, Green Vegetables & Leaves

Cache Valley Rabbit, Green Vegetables & Leaves

 Red Fruits, Goat Milk, & Wild Herbs

Red Fruits, Goat Milk, & Wild Herbs

 Unripe Apricot, Brown Butter, & Elder Flower

Unripe Apricot, Brown Butter, & Elder Flower

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