Sister restaurant to Salt Lake’s Meditrina, Porch is our pick for the best restaurant in the South Jordan area of Utah. Located in the Daybreak neighborhood, the restaurant offers classic comfort foods with a deep South twist interwoven through the menu.
Meatloaf, fried chicken, mac and cheese, ribs, burgers, local Utah trout – you name it – there’s a dish that’s sure to soothe anyone at Porch; and it’s also served up in a relaxed and trendy atmosphere. Moreover, this is one of the best locations in the South of the valley to order up a craft cocktail, local beer or boutique wine.
11274 Kestrel Rise Rd G, South Jordan, UT 84009
There’s great Greek in all parts of the Utah valley, and South Jordan is no difference. Our pick for a great gyro or stellar souvlaki, would be this location of the popular Greek fast food joint.
1067 S Jordan Pkwy, South Jordan, UT 84095
Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches are the standout selection at this restaurant. Oh Mai offers twelve banh mi in total, from the traditional cold cuts through to contemporary creations with garlic rib eye and braised pork belly.
1644 W. Town Center Dr. South Jordan, 84095
Saffron Valley East India Cafe
The original location for Lavanya Mahate’s ever expanding business, focused on the flavors of India. Saffron Valley offers up a range of Indian classics with several items not commonly found at similar restaurants around town.
1098 S Jordan Pkwy, South Jordan, UT 84095
Biscotts Pastry and Chai
And right next door you’ll find sister restaurant Biscotts – a tea shop with an Indian twist. Biscotts offers more than twenty different types of chai and an ever changing variety of sweet and savory pastries.
1098 S Jordan Pkwy #110, South Jordan, UT 84095
One of the bricks and mortar locations for this popular food truck lies in Daybreak.
Cupbop offers their signature Korean BBQ in a cup, six days a week at wallet friendly prices.
11259 Kestrel Rise Rd, South Jordan, UT 84095
While you’ll find Indian staples aplenty at this South Jordan restaurant, look toward the Nepalese specialties for a real treat. Traditional Nepalese dumplings (momo), sweet and spicy chili dishes, goat curry and more – the menu offers a number of dishes you might not have seen or sampled before.
11521 4000 W #105, South Jordan, UT 84095
This ever expanding regional BBQ chain has a location in the South of the valley. Like it’s original downtown sibling the order of the day here is meat. Order up a plate of killer ribs, or if you can’t decide, the three meat plate lets you sample a little of everything.
10646 Frontage Rd, South Jordan, UT 84095