No matter where you’re coming from, Greater Zion offers a taste of the world. Cuisines from across the globe dot the area, and our favorite foodie offers her recommendations for stops that make your taste buds jump for joy.
This stand-out Mexican restaurant is loved by locals and visitors alike. Particularly known for their street tacos with a crisped shell, we also love the variety of fresh salsas and toppings to add to your tacos.
If you’re looking for Korean food in Greater Zion, then Flavor of Seoul is a must-stop. Featuring authentic Korean food, our favorites are the Ramyeon Soup and the Jap-chae, which is made with sweet potato noodles.
This is one of the few Mediterranean restaurants we have in Southern Utah. The food is fresh and good. The chicken or beef shawarma are both great options and can be eaten in a wrap or as a plate with sides.
With two locations in the St. George area, it is known to serve the best Thai food around. The curry and the mango rice are delicious. If you’re feeling like sushi instead, their menu of rolls and dinner entrees will satisfy too.
One of our favorite spots because of the fun atmosphere! We love watching the talented Hibachi chefs cook our food in front of us. It’s dinner and a show all in one! Although not prepared live, sushi and other chef’s specials abound.
Some of the best authentic Italian food you will find in Greater Zion is at Chef Alfredo’s. Located downtown in the charming Green Gate Village, you will love the food and the quaint setting too … for a special occasion or any ordinary day.
Kabuto is a newer restaurant on the food scene, but we are so glad they’re here! They’ve got a huge selection of sushi rolls; a few that we have tried and loved are the Linda Roll and the Japanese Lasagna.
This hidden gem, located in downtown Hurricane, serves up some delicious, authentic Peruvian and Venezuelan cuisine, even for breakfast. Make sure you try the yummy empanadas!
Often voted as one of the best restaurants in all of Southern Utah, their Indian food is absolutely fantastic! The chicken tikka masala makes me want to lick the plate clean. Make sure to order some naan, so you can sop up every last bit of sauce!
Tia’s is a great spot for all ages. We personally love their pupusa. We also love that they serve breakfast all day and that their cuisine pulls influences from Mexico, El Salvador, Germany and Bulgaria. Check them out on Sundays for their El Salvadorian specialties.
It can be hard to find Chinese food in Southern Utah, but our go-to has always been Panda Garden. I personally love the cashew chicken and my kids can’t get enough of their lo mein noodles. Their menu is sure to have all of your Chinese favorites!
Visit Greater Zion’s Dining page to find more on restaurants and food across the area!