260 S 1300 E, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410240.763352 -111.854375
Mon. - Thu. 11am - 10pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 10:30pm;Sun. 4pm - 9pm
Neighborhoods: East Central
Great food – The food was wonderful. The screwdrivers were fresh squeezed. The atmosphere was friendly and comfortable. Our waitress however didnt speak english and brought and charged us for an appetizer we didnt order and instead of main lobster I was given an Australian lobster tail. It cost us $40.00 more than we had budgeted to make up for the language barrier though....
NOT JUST GREAT SEAFOOD – THE BROILER HAS GREAT FOOD, FRIENDLY SERVICE AND REASONABLE PRICES. I LOVE THERE STEAKS AND RIBS. THE EARLY BIRD SPECIAL IS GREAT. YOU CAN GET OUT PRETTY CHEEP. GOOD WINE SELECTION PRICED RIGHT. THE MARTINIS ARE AWSOME! THE NEW DINNER SPECIALS ARE A GREAT VALUE.
One Of Our Long Time Favorites – We've Been Eating and Bying Fresh Fish at The Market Street Broiler for Many Years. It Just Keeps Getting Better. Check Out There Wine List, Wow What a Selection and Fair Prices too. The Lobster and steak combo is to die for.
Best Seafood in SLC – When I have a choice, I always go to the Broiler. The food is the best in SLC. Try the Clam Chowder, I have never had better.
Are we rating barbecue? or what? – The broiler is far from being the best barbecue in town. When was the last time you went to Market Street Broiler thinking, I want their great barbecue?
Please don't rate a restaurant and write reviews talking about the fish. Fish is not barbecue.
Misleading rating – While I enjoy the Market Street Broiler, I suspect your ratings are inaccurate. A top ranking for best barbecue, best coffee, best breakfast, etc. cannot be correct; they aren't even opened for breakfast, don't serve barbeque and are not a coffee house. Either someone "stuffed the ballot box" or your rating system is flawed.
Not a great place to go if you're looking for fresh fish prepared to enhance its flavor. I found most of the dishes to be overcooked and loaded with butter. Perhaps it was to hide the second rate fish they serve. Of course, I'm from the East coast and the seafood there is very fresh, so I could be a bit spoiled. However, I found the food at the New Yorker to be quite better, although it is a little pricier.
It's Like eating in a Boat – I ate dinner in the upstairs dineing room last night
the first time I've been there in awhile and the wood everywhere gave me the feeling I was in a
ships dineing room.The fish was fresh too.Very Good.
Can you say "over rated"? – Don't get me wrong--I love the Market Street Broiler for take out fish to bring home... but that's only because I can create a more inspiring dish than these guys can. For the price you'd think MSB could at least sautee the fish in something besides tartar sauce on the side. If for nothing else, go to MSB for the best sourdough in the valley, and the plethora of scruptious desserts. However, for the true fish aficionado, you'll be hardpressed to find much inspiration with this menu. Better to fork out a bit more for much better food at The New Yorker.
super surf & turf – excellent seafood selection on menu,fresh bread and extensive gourmet desert tray.
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