Over the past few years Kimball Junction has become as much of a destination point as Old Town Main Street. This is definitely true for “foodies” looking to delight their tastebuds. And lucky for locals and visitors alike, many new restaurants in Kimball Junction have opened in the past season. Check out some of our favorites:

11 Hauz
Park City may not seem like the place to go for a home cooked Jamaican meal, but that is just what you get at 11 Hauz. “I always wanted to be a chef like my grandmother. Cooking has always been my first love apart from family.” exclaims Sheron Grant. And you can taste her passion in everything Sheron and her family mix up. Along with her husband and two daughters, Sheron is “bringing the Island” to Park City locals and visitors. I love their authentic Jerk Chicken and Rasta Pasta. And don’t forget to ask about their weekly specials. Great to dine in or for take- out, this new restaurant in Kimball Junction will fast become a tasty favorite. 11hauz.com

Thai So Good
Locals are already talking about Thai So Good, located next to the Kimball Junction Post Office. You are going to love their extensive menu. From Panang Curry to Garlic Noodle with Tiger Prawns, I have not been disappointed. They also have a fantastic and affordable lunch menu: served with salad, rice and a spring roll. If you’re heading home from work, call ahead for take-out or run in for a quick cup of Tom Yum (hot and sour soap.) Whatever you choose, you will be saying “So Good.” thaisogoodatkimball.com

Hearth and Hill
Inspired by local and international specialties, this new restaurant in Kimball Junction is upscale without being pretentious. Proprietor, Brooks Kirchheimer, has managed to create a casual atmosphere with 5- star cuisine and service. From their savory Utah trout to the hearty Korean Fried Chicken, you must experience their unique menu. Sip on their signature Ginger Highball while listening to live music. At Hearth and Hill our community’s spirit, cuisine and culture are weaved into every item on the menu. hearth-hill.com

Bartolo’s is the newest addition to Kimball Junction’s food scene and it doesn’t disappoint. Owner and Chef Alex Bartolo puts his love of cooking in every delicious plate. The open kitchen and floor plan make everything bright and warm. As the pasta is made fresh daily, try the Rigatoni Bolognese or Lamb Mafaldine. Not only are they open for lunch and dinner, but Bartolo’s also serves breakfast from 8AM to 3PM. From scrumptious Blueberry Dutch Baby Pancakes to a healthy Egg White Frittata, I have found my new Saturday morning gathering. bartolospc.com

Similar to fondue, shabu-shabu is a Japanese hot pot. This interactive dining experience is fun and delicious. Owner Chris Liu will greet you with a huge smile and recommend the best combinations to match your palate. Choose your meat, veggies, spices and sauce and mix it all up in the pot. You decide how long your meat cooks and you can savor every bite. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. kuchushabu.com

Whatever you’re craving, these new restaurants in Kimball Junction will delight and impress.

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