The bartender made me one of the finest cocktails I have ever had: The Title 32b, which is named after a post-prohibition-era law. The salad was quite good and had pears, pistachios, goat cheese and a sherry vinaigrette, all well balanced. The Yak sirloin was perfectly cooked and delicious. My only quibble is that there was so much Szechuan sauce on the plate that I had to work to get to the flavor of the Yak. The sauce was excellent and had a nice bite, but it sort of drowned the flavor of the meat. The dessert tray is quite tempting and I settled for the Chocolate Budino with mascarpone. It was very rich and very good.
I ordered Yak, while my husband ordered Bison. By the time we had starter, salad, bread with wonderful oils, and main meal we could barely walk out of there. Server Chris very knowledgeable on wines and food pairing, had a good sense of humor and spent just the right amount of time making sure we were happy with food and checking on us, did not 'over do' being at our table.
The yak melted in your mouth, as did the buffalo, and prepared perfectly medium rare, the buffalo had a wonderful sear. Whata talented Chef! Attractively plated and delicious. The view of 25th st. was the top of the evening. A meal for 2 including wine was around $130.00 which is very reasonable, less expensive but wonderful things on the menu though. Lovely evening.
We had a great meal, the ravioli was delicious. So were our coctails!
Hearth on 25th was a wonderful experience. It was my first time at this restaurant and we decided to try the fixed menu planned for the Valentines dinner along with the wine pairings. It was exceptional. The food and wine pairings were perfect. The atmosphere was very romantic and the view along Historic 25th Street was awesome.
We all had a great time and the food was wonderful!
Great food, service, and ambiance. The cheese sampler was superb and I liked that you served some local cheeses. But the olive oils and basalmic vinegars were stellar. Were had the red apple and the flavor was spot on. The lamb shank was flavorful without being gamey.
Food was good, not exceptional. Their prices create a perception of excellent to exceptional food quality.
Great atmosphere. Staff recommended items that were not stocked. Bison steak entree was bland (lacked seasoning) save the ratatouille. The appetizer I ordered was never delivered. The best part about the rice pudding was the berry undertones. Sadly, the rice itself was undercooked. The waiter admitted the rice was al dente, but it was not. I love al dente. This rice was raw. I had a lot of hope for this restaurant. While the ambience was good, the food was over ambitious, executed poorly, and did not live up to the expectation of the price.
After making our reservation, we entered the restaurant, and was seated at our table. The waiter had no personality, and I wound up overhearing from another server what all of the specials were for that night. the best part of our meal was the appetizer, as both my husband and I ordered a pasta dish for dinner, and the desserts weren't anything too impressive either.... I doubt I'd go back again.... Between the waiter seeming like he was forced into his job, and the food being moderately ok, I wouldn't suggest it to a friend either.
This is a nice restaurant for special occasions. Dinner for two with wine and tip runs a reasonable $150.00. The food was interesting. Didn't care too much for the side that came with my entree. I should have sent it back and ordered something else considering it was a $30.00 plate. Overall this place is nice they have a quite area and a pub area. Romantic and casual you'll enjoy yourself.
It was decent but nothing special. It was our first time there but I don't think we'll be going back. It was our anniversary and we try to find someplace special that we haven't been to before each year and decided to try Jasoh. I got the impression that they are trying too hard to be that elegant, sophisticated, high end restaurant but it felt like just a cover. While the plating was nice, the food itself wasn't anything special.
Good but nothing to tweet to the world about...and they really need to decide who they are because its two potentially great places in one, but as is the place suffers from a real identity crisis. Pretentious and Pub are oil and water, they don't ever mix well.
The food was great and the view overlooking 25th Street was very nice. The scenic view of the mountains in the bar area where fantastic. The wine list was very good and the other beverages on the list were plentiful. I would dine there again.
I really enjoyed my experience, great lunch, great dessert. I will be back , and i will tell people.
It's nice to know there is another upscale restaurant to go to for dinner in Ogden. The food, service, and atmosphere were are great. We're looking forward to coming back!
Great spot for a weekend night in the bar area great service, wine selection, and the food is wonderful.
On both occasions I was privileged to dine at Jasoh Prime Dining & Brew Pub I was on a date. Once on a large group date and another time on a single date. Both time the servers were extraordinarily kind and hard working. Plus the food was fantastic. Jasoh Prim Dining & Brew Pub is a "must go to" restaurant.
The venison with jalapeño bacon grits was delightful and unlike any dish I have ever had in that it was full of flavor. My wife had the pasta and it was wonderful with great tasting mushrooms and perfectly seasoned and cooked asparagus. The pear and goat cheese salad has always been our favorite and this time tried the tomato bisque which was great. The night was topped off with a perfect French press of coffee and decadent brownies. Thank you for making the celebration of our anniversary great.
You can never go wrong with their special of the day and the staff is the best around.
First time going, excellent expirience. Will highly recommend to friends and family. Will undoubtedly be returning.
We ate on the pub side. Service was very friendly (not overly so) and professional. All three meals that my party ordered (Utah trout, Thai veggie pizza, French dip wrap) were delicious. Highly recommend! We can't wait to try the Prime side.
I had the 4 for $40 special event menu. The food was excellent. Great flavors and presentation. The beef shoulder entree was cooked to the perfect temperature and was tender and juicy; the dish paired nicely with my Cab.
Attentive servers, excellent food, wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommended. Situated in historic Ogden City, UT. Parking may be limited, so expect to take extra time to find a parking.
Another fabulous, tasty, relaxing dinner at Jasoh's. The scallops were layered with flavors and the texture was perfect. We were greeted and seated by a friendly hostess. Service was personal and timely. Highly recommend this restaurant for a fine dining experience.
My spouse and I definitely rate Jasoh's an EXCELLENT throughout. We want to return to the Bar/Pub/Grill for lunch as soon as our schedule permits.
The menu was not current as we were told that they no longer have the item on the menu that we wanted. The food was salty and slightly over-priced for the location. Additionally they have few options for vegetarians.
Made me miss France. Wonderful food, atmosphere and service.
Menu was intriguing for a foodie. Wanted the lamb 3 ways, but they were out of one of the components, so I had the special--angel fish with a beet/lemon grass puree, quinoa with an heirloom tomato flavor and asparagus puree. Plate was beautifully presented. Fish was cooked perfectly, and all the components were tasty. However,the plate cooled very quickly; I was only half done and the food had become cold. Cheese plate was fine, although most of the selections were fairly pedestrian and no bread was provided for the softer cheeses. Oil/vinegar for the bread was tasty and unique (they make their own). Final note--quite good and interesting, but the chef's palette favors sweet; all dishes had sweet notes but no savory. Very good dinner.
They didn't have the chicken entree which I was expecting. My wife enjoyed her lamb dinner, and we didn't want to leave, so I had to have the duck. I'm not a big fan of it, and didn't care for that taste (or the root vegetables that went with it). However, the atmosphere and noise level was outstanding. Service was excellent too.
Jasoh "Prime" (more formal dining area) provided particularly excellent service with Dustin (very attentive & professional service) & good food. Food was well presented & tasty - entrees of fish special (interesting white chocolate sauce) & Lamb very good. Limited Appetisers though (salads look good) - crab cakes average & calamari although tender nothing special. Not a fan of desserts being shown as prefer menu - reminiscent of dessert trolley which cheapens it a bit for us. Wine list offering not extensive but reasonable options. Ambiance excellent; seated with a good view over the street. If looking for a more "casual" formal dining experience or for a special occasion this is the place in Ogden - it's not stuffy & recommend dining here.
The prosciutto and fig pizza was amazing, as well as the boneless wings ("haute wings" - much nicer to eat at a nicer restaurant than regular wings ) we sat in the pub area because we just wanted a few appetizers. I was slightly disappointed that "two and a half men" was showing on the tv screens.. Not really an appealing show to watch. The balsamic vinegar was delicious and the naughty balsamic martini was a perfect cocktail. Don't expect a to the brim tini though- it is Utah so only 1.5 oz pour and it's $10. Overall, the food was wonderful and I would love to come back to try the prime side of the restaurant. Love the creative twists they put on pub food. It was fantastic!
Very disapointing. Portions very small for the price. Entree very insignificant. I could make it a home maybe just as well.
I ordered the top sirloin. Best stake in Ogden. We ate on the enclosed balcony. Great view of 25th. Street and the mountains.
We were the only 3 people there at 8:45 on a Friday night.
Had a dinner at the pub. Enjoyed the seasonal brew and the pizza was delicious. Will return.
First off I must say that I feel lucky that my husband and I were able to chusbands celebrate Valentines in such a fine restaurant. It is difficult to find great dinning sometimes, but once my husband and I find somewhere we really like, we certainly come back. This will certainly be the case with Jasoh. The food was superb! Although I must say I was not as pleased with my salmon dish, but the soup, bread and certainly my husband's fillet were some of the finest food we have had in a while. Excellent service and extreemly nice atmosphere. I look forward to our next night out at Jasoh!
The front of the house was friendly and accommodating. The jazz band was playing Valentines/love songs. At times the music got louder and that caused the ambiance to suffer. The wait staff nick was fantastic. The kitchen got a little backed up on a busy night. This may be signs that they either had a staffing challenge or it was just busy. it is something I will have to go back and try again.
Although some of the seating is better than others, that's my only issue. Otherwise Jasoh's is an excellent place in every respect, and I will be recommending it and returning to it.
As usual, the food was good other than my filet being a bit over cooked. Like before, I believe the portions could be bigger for the money you spend to eat there.
Food good. Server inexperienced and disorganized.