SLC Eatery is designed as a blend of ethnic cuisines, and their niche is a dim sum style cart offering rotating American tapas
Paul Chamberlain of SLC Eatery has loved seeing the success of his restaurant, located at 1017 S. Main Street. Since opening this year, the restaurant has already grown to a team of 22 associates, all engaged in the success of the business.
After attending culinary school, Paul returned to Utah and completed an externship before he became a cook at some of downtown’s top restaurants. Paul’s goal was always to open a restaurant of his own. So, in partnership with executive chef Logan Crew, they built a unique menu and opened SLC Eatery in downtown.
SLC Eatery is designed as a blend of ethnic cuisines, and their niche is a dim sum style cart that comes through the restaurant to offer rotating American tapas you can select to go with your dinner. Their staff mixologist on board likes to pair drinks with food. So far, some of the fast favorites are broiled prawns and hassleback potatoes that are cut up and fried twice, served with the 44 Farms Beef Burger. Or the capellini, made with king crab, butter and olive oil. For dessert, they have a banana split with a caramelized banana, ice cream and whipped cream.
SLC Eatery is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday and offers brunch on Saturday and Sundays. Find their menu at slceatery.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
1017 S. Main St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84111