Typically Market Street Grill is a little noisy for my preference, but if we want seafood, the options are limited. The Cottonwood location is a little better re: noise and we really like the layout/building, so we tend to go there.
Mostly the food was good, but it seems like patrons should stick with a dish that relies on the quality of the fish. Venturing too far beyond grilled or fried fish seems to be a problem.
The hollandaise sauce on my daughter's dish was cooked to scrambled egg consistency.
Her boyfriend isn't a big fish fan and his pasta dish was just okay.
Our niece's slice of cake was huge, but very dry and not worth eating.
The mussels were great, shrimp louie was good, grilled salmon tasty and apparently the stuffed salmon was fine; although I didn't confirm the latter. Probably the best seafood in the Salt Lake Valley, but I think they've slipped a little.