176a“Asian Freestyle Cuisine” is served daily from noon to 1 a.m. in Main Street’s Shabu, featuring Chef Brandon Giles’ sashimi, sushi, nigiri, and rolls. Two outdoor decks provide spectacular Park City views. Order a signature “Saketini” and bite into a “Coco Loco” roll: albacore tuna, cucumber, Thai basil, avocado, tobiko (fl ying fi sh roe), maguro tuna, and salmon.
Shabu • 442 Main Street • 435.645.7253 • shabuparkcity.com

176cAn outdoor deck and indoor seating await diners at Lespri Prime Steak & Sushi Bar. Executive Chef Scott Benson “loves making things you don’t see anywhere else.” Try his Oh Mai (maguro, cucumber, cilantro, & kimchi topped with hamachi, jalapeño, eel sauce, & Sriracha).” USDA Prime cuts are also available. Open daily from 5 to 10 p.m.
Lespri Prime Steak & Sushi Bar • 1765 Sidewinder Drive • 435.645.9696 • clublespri.com

176bTrained Executive Chef and part-owner of Yuki Yama Sushi, Kirk Terashima, believes, “there is no right or wrong way to eat sushi.” Guests may enjoy Waygu Beef Tataki served tableside cooked on a Himalayan salt slab, sample Mr. Miyagi (snow crab, yellowtail, avocado, tuna poki, eel sauce), and savor Sacred Power Sake. Lunch and dinner are served daily.
Yuki Yama • 586 Main Street • 435.649.6293 • yukiyamasushi.com

176dFlying Sumo owner Emerson Oliveira says many guests order the Tokyo Nachos (fried wontons topped with spicy tuna tartar, tobiko, Japanese mayo and scallions with a side of wasabi guacamole) every time they visit. Chef Adam Brown concocted the Chuck Norris Roll, comprised of tempura shrimp, crab, jalapeño, and chipotle paste topped with yellowtail and avocado. Open daily from 5:30 until 9:30 p.m.
Flying Sumo Sushi Bar & Grill • 838 Park Avenue • 435.649.552 • flyingsumosushi.com

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