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About Market Street Grill - South Jordan
The Cape Cod exterior at the Market Street Grill in South Jordan sets the mood for exceptional seafood dining. Guests enter a spacious lobby that houses a fish market. The restaurant and market offer a tantalizing selection of fresh seafood from around the world. Also available are delicious desserts and Market Street’s famous clam chowder.
South Jordan, UT 84095
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:40pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
10700 South 700 West
$30 and under
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Extensive free parking is provided only a few short steps from the entrance to the Market Street Grill. Convenient drop-off access is available adjacent to the front door. Suitable for handicap access.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer a semi-private dining room for up to 50 guests that is available by advance reservation.
Private Party Contact:
Monae Madson: (801) 302-2262
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Market Street Grill - South Jordan Ratings and Reviews
Saw their menu on open table and the Crab Louie caught my fancy. Once there, I saw their early bird special which included clam chowder, prime rib, and dessert for @24.99. The clam chowder was good, not great. The prime rib was good and dessert was good. I was totally full after the meal
I am generally very please when I visit Market Street Grill. However, on this last visit I was disappointed in the value and quality of the meal. The portions were small and the quality was average. Felt I could have gotten a better quality and value at Red Robin. I do have to say the bread and chowder was exceptional as usual.
This was my first time to Market Street Grill. I was skeptical about seafood in Utah, but the food was quite good. Of course, the seafood menu seems to be limited to only certain types of seafood, so it may be things to ship more reliably. I grew up in Maryland, so I was interested in the Maryland crabcakes. They're not quite up the level of the big lump crabcakes you get around Baltimore, but they're not bad. The rest of the food and experience was really nice. The location and area and particularly nice/newer.
Food was great, the shrimp scampi starter was incredible and I wish it was offered as a full meal! Our server was great, but it took over 45 minutes to get our food AFTER we ordered and other tables that came in after us were finished with their meals by the time our food arrived at our table. This wait made us late to our movie that we planned plenty of time between.
We generally enjoy visiting the Market Street Grill overall. Two in our party ordered the Steak & Eggs item from the brunch menu. The steak in this instance, was not up to expectation. Is listed as New York Strip on the menu, but appeared to be Sirloin, and not choice or choice + grade. If you enjoy steak, stick to the full lunch or dinner pricing for better cuts of meat.
I've been eating at this restaurant for many years. It's always had good food and is good for business meals and anniversaries, but it's also a little pricey, especially for lunch. If they decreased their noon and evening meal prices by just a few dollars, my guess is they're business would double since their food quality is the best in the seafood venue. Regardless of price, however, I'll still keep eating their regularly.
Food is almost always great. Service is usually good, but this past time our waitress had to be reminded several times about things, and we waited a lot on things. Worst service we have seen in there in well over 25 times we have been there. And it wasn't that busy.
The food and service was great. The hostess however staff needs some customer service training. The same young lady was at the desk the night before, we called ahead without a reservation and when we arrived told us it would be an hour and 1/2, and told us we should have made a reservation. Calling ahead we were told it would cut the wait time in half. No apology, no offer the check the Oyster Bar to see if it would be sooner. Generally a lack of concern for the customer. An attitude of "were so busy we don't need your business tonight".
My wife and I like to go out for a quiet even dinner. We love seafood but was disappointed in the quality of the preparation. We ordered Blue Point and Kusshi clams. The difference between the two made it not worth ordering. My wife ordered the Lobster tail. It was dry.
My Cioppino was very good. One of my favorite dishes. Of all the times I have had this dish yours was the only one without Mussels, Scallops and descent size clams.
Your reply would be deeply be appreciated.
Our server was very attentive and personable. When we inquired about the unique beer glass that my wife's beer was served in, our server got the beverage manager to come over to our table and tell us about the glass and where we might purchase some. Great customer service.
I was quite disappointed in my entree. My friend and I ordered the same dish and hers was a beautifully prepared piece of trout - golden brown and a generous portion. Mine was a considerably smaller piece of trout and had a greyish color - not golden brown like my friend's. Why would the kitchen send out such obviously unequal quality dishes to the same table and why would the server not say something to the chef? It was the daily special so they should have sent like entrees to the same table and send the obviously smaller, less appealing to another table - better yet, don't serve that piece of fish at all.
We found this location is far superior to the downtown Market Street. I've visited downtown 20 times or more whenever in SLC but the last two visits confirmed my suspicion that their servers are taking for granted the Market Street's fine reputation and excellent food. Service is slow, and attention to the customer left a lot to be desired. Sad to do so but have crossed them off the list of places to dine.
The S. Jordan location is friendlier, highly professional, and has the same great food in a beautiful setting. A Server worth asking for is Steve. Totally the best!
Food was good,in fact I thought the eggs benedict were pretty tasty. We went there because of the crab fest and the great looking brunch alcohol beverages at a great price, but it was so weird because apparently you're not even allowed to "talk" about getting a drink until after 11:30? So she didn't even come back until 1145, and we didn't get drinks until noon. Not a big deal, except she knew we were interested in having drinks and it turned into a weird experience.
I've been to a few locations of Market St. Grill but it's been probably 6 years since the last visit. This past visit held true to form in a nice place, good food, and good drinks. While there are lots of places to eat in Sandy/South Jordan, I haven't found a lot that provide the quality of the dining experience as Market St. Grill does.
Their wine list isn't huge but they offer several very good options for any price range.
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