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In late 2014, Chef Gao replaced the Asian Aisle restaurant on the outskirts of downtown SLC. From the same folks behind Midvale’s Sweet Ginger restaurant – this Chinese eatery is stuffed to the brim with a range of authentic dishes and flavors. Case in point, the above pictured spicy boiled fish – a salty, spicy, unctuous affair – perfect for a fall evening.
The following pictures of the Chef Gao menu were taken at dinner, during October 2014:
Chef Gao 488 E 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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