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Wahso ranks in the top restaurants in Park City, year after year, due to its spectacular interior and unique Asian cuisine menu. Featuring Asian artifacts from around the world, Wahso is modeled in an Art Deco style, that reflects Shanghai from the 1930's. It is truly unlike any other restaurant, and dining there will transport you far from the world outside on Main Street.
Park City, UT 84060
Asian, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Open nightly at 5:00
$31 to $50
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STREET: There are parking meters. You can also pay-by-phone through the Go Park City parking app for iPhone. At the meter, you’ll enter your license plate number and not have to return to your car.
PARKING GARAGE: Gated/ticketed parking 24/7. Paid parking will begin at 5pm, but the first hour is free. From December 15-April 15, it’s $3/hour.
*Parking may differ for Sundance Film Festival
Free Bus System throughout Park City and a Free Trolley on Main Street.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Wahso has three private dining spaces. The main dining room seats up to 110 guests, the fireplace room 55 guests and the chandelier room 35 guests.
Wahso Ratings and Reviews
The greeting was exceptional at the front door. The personal interaction from there was lacking. Food was very good. Service from water to Server to bus boy was "could give a care". The efficiency was good (especially compared to Chamyo's) but it simply was not friendly.
Evenings started off well enough however 3 of our main courses were overcooked. For the high price (over $40 a main course), our expectations were higher. Would have been nice to have longer than 5 minutes between starter and main. But it is a nice ambiance and our server was friendly.
I have been at this restaurant last year and it was excellent. Perhaps, management has changed, or chef, or both, but at one of the highest priced restaurants, my expectations were much higher. I expected that at least my food be cooked. Three quarters of the eggplant that was the main ingredient was not cooked and then just when I was wondering if that it should be so hard to chew, I came across the cooked slices and they tested great. Unfortunately there were only three slices that were actually cooked. Same thing for the parsnips. The kitchen must have been overwhelmed since it was Valentine. I did not say anything, because I did not want my husband to get upset. Worse dish I have ever had. What got me was that someone in that kitchen thinks that customers are that dumb. I will never set foot in that establishment again.
We love the cozy booths at Wahso but save it for special occasions due to the prices. Entrees are all $45+ so this night we had 5 appetizers, Steamed Greens, Asian Salad, Lettuce-Wrapped Pork, Pot Stickers, and Brussel Sprouts. They were all very enjoyable and easily made a whole meal.
Service was very attentive and timely from the waitress to the water-person and bus boy - - all of them enjoyable to chat with. The noise level was pretty good since we were in our booth, but the infant in the main room apparently was not enjoying him/herself and was quite noticeable.
The 5 appetizers and 1 glass of Pinot Noir came to $88 before tax.
We took out of town guests here and had a great time. Try to get the quiet booth seating. It's lovely and my favorite place to sit. The brussel sprouts on the app menu were amazing. The edamame needed more sea salt. Two of us ate the scallops on the menu and loved the dish. The scallops were cooked to perfection. My husband had the lobster dish and really enjoyed it. Our server was friendly and outgoing. The cocktails tasted great, spicy mango margaritas, but weak. But that's a Utah thing.
This was my 5th time dining at Wahso as it has been a favorite of mine. We were seated within 5 minutes of arrival. Very nice waitstaff but our waiter forgot orders several times. The front room was uncomfortably hot and loud. Would recommend requesting seating in main dining room.
We ordered all the appetizers on the menu and they were delicious. I ordered the lobster and crab ramen for my main and it was a bit bland. I tasted the chicken which was crispy and delicious. With the many choices of restaurants in Park City, not so sure I’ll be returning to Wahso anytime soon.
I have dined at this restaurant several times over the last 10 years. I found during my last visit that the food prices had gone up considerably and the food quality had gone down considerably. We tried 3 appetizers that were very "medium" in quality and taste. Both entrees were a very small portion (both priced over $40.00) and the salmon was covered in creamed spinach and could not even be distinguished as salmon. Price of 1 very weak cocktail was $18.00. Definitely not up to past Bill White standards!!
The food was very tasty and quite innovative but very rich. Service was excellent. We were seated in an empty dining room which was slightly odd but not unpleasant. Biggest complaint was with the $85 prix fixe which was applied to the regular menu and was way too high. This was done for the Sundance festival but seemed far in excess of what was appropriate. That said, a promising chef with potential.
Overall I felt the experience was good. Our waitress was knowledgeable and personable. The wine list had nice options to go with the food. Our dishes were tasty and inventive. My only negative comment was the duck larb. The flavor was off putting and we felt there was duck liver in it. When I asked, our waitress confirmed that there was duck liver in the dish. We would probably not order it had we known. It would have been nice to have been told ahead of time.
We always go to Wahso on our annual ski trip - and it has always been one of our favorites. However, this year was disappointing. They have changed the menu and eliminated a few of my favorite dishes - namely the Wagyu Beef & Broccoli and they have changed the kids menu as well. Whereas, it used to be "must eat" stop for us on our trip, now it is a "maybe."
We tried Wahso again with family (4 adults and 2 teenagers). Have not been here in over a year.
Appetizers were better than all of our entrees. I would say it was OK, not great. Fortunately we had a discount coupon from the paper, we all agreed over priced and not $40 plus entree dining.
We will not be coming back. This is the second time for trying Wahso. Other Bill White restaurants are good, Windy Ridge and Grappa.
Wahso and Billy Blanco's not so great.
This used to be one of my favorite restaurants in Park City but unfortunately the food is not as good as it used to be. My salmon dish was over cooked and was paired with a side that didn’t compliment the protein. Also, the entree was served in a bowl, which made it very awkward to eat. The menu has changed and in my opinion not for the better. The service was great as always and the manager was professional and very accommodating. Overall, I was disappointed.
Too much experimentation with spices,overpowering making the balance of each dish seem too much of a reach,every thing has a curry base and if not a fan there is an issue as it’s an overpowering experience,extremely over priced and is in no way living up to the hype.We ate at Grappa the night before another Bill White restaurant and loved everything. Seems he should not go so far from what made him a star in town
Overall, this was a disappointing dining experience. While it was romantic that we were seated in front of a small fireplace, the food and drink were mediocre. We ordered the Spicy Mango Thai margarita last year and it was amazing and complex. Our waiter gave us some of the chili oil to take home to make our own spicy cocktail. This year it, it wasn’t the same drink. It tasted like a cheap mixed drink with little alcohol and too much agave from a chain restaurant. The duck lettuce wraps were recommended by our waiter but tasted SO gross. The beef tenderloin and the crispy potatoes were great. The sauce for the beef was a bit sweet and the entree itself was not as savory or as well prepared as in previous visits. I don’t think we will go back.
Wahso has been a favorite of ours for several years. The food is very good, and we enjoy the ambiance and the good service. They have changed the menu a bit in ways that are both good and bad. My wife likes the cod, and they have brought that back after removing that from the menu. We both have liked the duck comfit buns a great deal and were disappointed that that is no longer on the menu. It was our favorite item as an appetizer, and we hope it is returned. The bananas foster was better this time than the last time. With tip, some wine, etc. our total bill was a little over $200. Now that Park City has changed the parking fees near Main Street, it is a bit more inconvenient and expensive to park near the restaurant. We parked in the China Bridge parking structure which now has only one entrance at the top of the hill. The first hour in the evening is free with later hours costing $3. It used to be free. Closer parking on the streets now costs $4 per hour.
We spend New Years Eve at Wahso and absolutely loved it. Our waiter was energetic and attentive. Our cocktails were mixed tableside and the wine was fabulous. Then came the food and WOW! We had three different entrees including Miso Cod, Salmon and Egglplant. The flavors were exciting and unique. The Cod is a must and was everyone's favorite. We will definitely be back.
Expecting to higher prices when dining in Park City over the busiest week, Christmas through New Years, of the ski season, we however, also anticipated a decent meal from a Bill White establishment. (We've always enjoyed every meal at his Ghidotti restaurant.)
Unfortunately, WAHSO was a HUGH DISAPPOINTMENT!!!
After waiting 10 minutes to be seated and another 10 minutes before getting our waiter's full attention (he stopped to introduce himself in the interim), we were served a bowl of stale fried wanton chips with a mustard dipping sauce and finally placed our order. The service overall was disjointed and inconsistent. We missed the wet towels, touted on the Wahso website and given to customers seated at other tables. Our waiter breezed by our table after each course was served on his way to another table to confirm we were happy with our food.
Good potstickers, even from the cheapest places in NYC's Chinatown, should have a soft shell with a crispy crunch on 1 side enclosing a moist, steaming filling of meat and vegetable. We were served lukewarm potstickers with dried pinched edges. The LARB duck, which should have been a zesty mixture of duck meat, fish sauce and lime juice, was inedible because the vinegary dressing was all you could taste. The waiter apologetically replaced the LARB with the brussel sprouts which had an unusual addition of an over pickled unidentifiable vegetable.
Both the chicken hot pot and Japanese eggplants were "ok" while the perfectly cooked, Thai curry inspired scallops were the highlight of the meal.
It could be that what we ordered isn't representative of the entire menu, but we don't plan to return for a second time.
The food was terrible. Menu was strange. We had a large group. Most did not enjoy the food. The first thing we noticed was the overwhelming smell of very strong fish we coming into the restaurant. The chicken pot was not enjoyable, the pho meat was raw and never cooked in the room temp broth. The spare ribs were just ok but what it was served with I’m still trying to figure out what it was. The only dish that was good was the filet Mignon
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