Blue Lemon – The restaurant has several locations, with one in Sandy Utah. The restaurant’s goal at all locations is to provide restaurant quality service and food, at speeds rivaling fast food. The menu is built around healthy options and is centered around salads, sandwiches and gourmet entrees. Meat eaters and vegetarians alike will be able to find something here: the fun menu has everything from slow braised beef short ribs to fresh black bean ravioli.
11372 State St, Sandy, UT 84070
Bohemian Brewery – O.k. so it might not be in Sandy proper, but it’s just over the border, and its worth a couple minutes drive. Come here for the award winning beer focused on European-style craft-brewed Lagers, but definitely check out the menu while you’re at it. The cuisine is a balance of old-world European combined with pub classics and American favorites. Pierogies, reubens, bratwurst, goulash, stroganoff – come for a taste of Bohemia!
94 Fort Union Blvd, Midvale, UT 84047
Bumblebee’s BBQ & Grill – How about Korean BBQ fused with American classics? Yep, it’s as delicious as it sounds. There’s an array of burgers that all pack a punch, try the picture Mr Kim – loaded with fiery kimchi. Or maybe go for the KPOP Fries – a plate fires topped with either homemade bul-gogi, Korean spicy pork or spicy chicken, shredded cheese, green onion, jalapeño mayo, and spicy Sriracha sauce.
7962 State St, Midvale, UT 84047
Cantina Southwestern Grill – A solid and reliable choice for Mexican cuisine in the South Valley. The menu is extensive with everything from loaded burritos through tacos and enchiladas. Definitely check out the salsa bar at the start of your meal to get your tastebuds firing.
75 9400 S, Sandy, UT 84070
Crown Burgers – It would be remiss to leave out this Utah classic’s Sandy location. Top of your ordering list should be the eponymous Crown Burger; a smoky patty topped with layer on layer of rich pastrami. Plenty of Greek burger joints around town lay claim to starting the pastrami burger trend, but few do it as good as Crown. Also worthy of your time is the Greek fare such as gyro and souvlaki.
9604 State St, Sandy, UT 84070
Fratelli Ristorante – If you’re in the mood for Italian food in Sandy, head straight to Fratelli – the younger sibling of downtown SLC’s Cannella’s. This family run business offers everything from traditional to contemporary Italian dishes: bruschetta, pizza, carbonara, steaks, you name it. It’s also offered at terribly wallet friendly prices too.
9236 Village Shop Dr, Sandy, UT 84094
India House – Perhaps the best Indian food in Sandy, India House should be top of your list for curry, naan and tandoori treats. The restaurant aims to make everything from scratch and caters happily to vegan and vegetarian diners.
8660 State St, Sandy, UT 84070
La Fountain – The local Mexican restaurant chain has several locations around the valley including Sandy. The menu is huge offering tacos to tostada, fajitas to fries. Breakfast is served all day long, the restaurant is open seven days a week and you’ll be able to eat pretty much anything here with plenty of change from $10.
9103 Village Shop Dr, Sandy, UT 84094
Tiburon – In the mood for something a little fancier? Try Tiburon, which for a long time, was probably the only option for refined and elegant dining in the South of the valley. Not that this means the food isn’t up to scratch: beef tenderolin, ahi tuna, American Kobe, New Zealand elk, mussels, kurobta pork – and on and on – the menu is replete with classy dishes and quality cuisine.
256 700 E, Sandy, UT 84070
Zao Asian Cafe – Dining at Zao is lightning quick, which makes it perfect for meals with little time to spare. The menu at the Sandy location mirrors others across town; choose your meal (taco, bowl, salad, banh mi), choose a protein, choose how you want that finished and hey presto – you’ll have a delicious and healthy meal quicker than it takes to read this paragraph.
11160 Auto Mall Dr, Sandy, UT 84070