The following information was recently updated on February 28, 2023
Saffron Valley’s third outpost (after South Jordan and the Avenues) is on the edge of Sugar House. With plenty of parking in the back and a beautifully remodeled space inside, the restaurant is sure to become a staple of the neighborhood quickly. The menu covers lots of highlights from owner Lavanya Mahate’s previous two restaurants, a mix of North and South Indian specialties – with a small chai and pastry area up front too!
Saffron Valley Sugar House menu
The following Saffron Valley Sugar House menu was converted from the restaurants website in August 2017:
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479 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT-84115 (801) 203-3754
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