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We are vegetarian and gluten-free friendly!
Starting on December 2nd, 2017, Reef's Restaurant will be relocating to Deer Valley Club, 7720 Royal Street East, Park City, Utah 84060.
Superb Food! Service was great, friendly and very attentive.
Moroccan Salmon was DIVINE!
Loved it. The owner is great as is the food!’
We were a party of 4 and we all really enjoyed our food and our experience. We had the sampler platter, eggplant and tomato salad, Israeli salad and beet fries to start and share. Everything was really good the beet fries are a must. The lamb entree was delish and the couscous was a yummy veg option served Moroccan style. We finished it off with a great chocolate cake which is a recipe from the owner’s mother. The space is warm, cozy and rustic with roaring fire. It is a pleasure to have another good restaurant in Silver Lake.
Always a great meal at Reef’s!
Reefs restaurant is a family owned and run Mediterranean restaurant. Husband (Chef) and wife (our dinner server) team, along with their kind helpful staff, contributed to our one of a kind dining experience . The four of us thoroughly enjoyed the appetizer sampler, salads and then savored the two nightly specials offered - delicious Halibut and braised short ribs. We all would highly recommend this restaurant and are looking forward to visiting again.
Reefs is an excellent dining choice if you desire good food and good service away from the hustle bustle of main street Park City. Excellent ambiance for dinner conversation.
Ambiance was warm and inviting. Food was creative and delicious; the sharing plate concept made it a lot of fun. Service was wonderful. This is a must try in Park City!
Delicious Israeli food, the taste was perfect along with the service.
Friendly staff. Amazing food. Beautiful location.
Very good cooking in a quiet setting. Salmon was excellent and probably the standout dish. Prices fair for PC/DV but still on the high end
We love Mediterranean food and our son is a vegan, so we chose to go to Reefs for the first time...and are glad we did. It is a small family-run place by a talented Israeli husband-and-wife team. The menu choices were not large, but we had no trouble picking something we each like to eat. We shared the appetizers (hummus and falafel) and their Israeli salad - loved all three. Hummus was creamy and much better than the typical. Pita bread was hot and soft, Falafel was nice and not too dry. The salad was simple but delicious and refreshing. Mains were great too with delicious and unique flavors. A couple of us had the short rib special - tender, flavorful and served over a yogurt-infused mash and surrounded with a wonderful broth. Vegan couscous was great too. Reef’s was a nice alternative to the big, heavy meals found throughout Park City. Ambiance was just okay but the service was excellent.
Our family had dinner here for New Year’s Eve. Food was amazing! Service was very friendly. This was the best meal we have had at Park City! All the dishes had wonderful flavor. Don’t miss the delicious chocolate cake and try the tea.
A bit out of the way but well with the trip! Fantastic food and service. The beets fries are a must!
My husband and I and 3 children (ages 22, 24, and 26) had dinner there for Christmas Eve. Service was superb and very friendly. The food was excellent, and we also enjoyed the Israeli wines. It was a bit difficult to find the restaurant (we came from Park City), but it definitely was worth the effort. All 5 of us really enjoyed our Christmas Eve dinner there.
Our visit to Reef’s was amazingly perfect as before. We love this restaurant a lot and can’t miss it during our stay at Park City!
We love this restaurant. When we learned it had moved we were thrilled to find it remained in Park City. While it is no longer steps from our door at the Marriott Summit Watch, it was only a few minutes, easy drive. Bonus is convenient garage parking. The food was exquisite - we had the short ribs, lamb chops and hummus. All excellent. The owners work there which makes for a friendly, family atmosphere. While we missed the previous location, the new one works fine. What a plus for the members of the Deer Valley Club. This is a restaurant we always go to when in Park City. It’s well worth a visit for excellent food.
The food was really good. I like the new location and sushi option.
Lovely food, music and service. Will be back
Great food and service.
Food was great. Nice, healthy change from other restaurants. Loved the hummus, falafel, and chicken. PS-do not forget Israeli salad.
We were absolutely blown away by the quality of the food served up in Reefs. Even though
I don't like beets, I was persuaded to try the fried beets appetizer, and I loved it. The short
ribs were as good as any that I have ever had, and my wife's chicken schnitzel was also
fantastic. Atmosphere was warm and cozy, and the service was impeccable. We'll be back,
Miss the old location. But still great food.
A very interesting and wonderful selection of shared dishes for all to enjoy. The flavors were wonderful and tasty. Loved the fried beets and house special roll.
A bit sad to have seen this place move from downtown park city & no cocktails but the food is amazing.
Food and wine list was horrible. Definitely not fine dining
Great service and ambiance. Food was very good but slightly expensive.
The menu (and ambiance) have changed from the prior location on Main Street. While we've known and loved this restaurant for it's unique middle eastern foods, and somewhat loud and fun atmosphere, the menu seems to be going in different directions with items like Schnitzel, Gnocchi and Ginger Teriyaki Fish of the Day. We tried the Marlin (Fish of the Day), one with Teriyaki as the chef prepared it and one without (dietary). While the flavors of the Teriyaki were great, the portion size was less than what you would expect for an appetizer (and highly priced) and the one without Teriyaki was boringly simple. We've heard the chef can be "temperamental", but given the move to the new (remote and less vibrant) location and the number of empty tables on Valentines day, one would think more effort would be extended from the kitchen to please the customers. The service was great, the owner was (as always) very pleasant and helpful and we still recommend Reef's and hope these comments will help them get back to how we remember them back on Main Street.
Though practically empty we were made to feel unwelcome as we had (very well behaved) kids and we were literally rushed out of the place. Would not return or recommend.
We had two great experiences at Reef's. With eclectic dietary needs of our party, we settled on this place and it didn't disappoint. The beet fries are a must have and the chef knows his sushi; so ask what is best for the night.
Love this spot!
Best restaurant in park city hands down! Creative and tasty, medeteranian quisine is healthy, yet filling
The food is very good albeit the menu is quite limited. Unfortunately, the new location lacks any kind of ambiance.
Try the beet fries. Unbelievable.
This was our first time there, and we enjoyed it very much, both very good food and good service. There were five of us and we all had different meals and everyone was happy. You have to seek it out being in the Deer Valley Club with no restaurant sign outside, but it is worth the hunt.
Incredible to find an Israeli owned and operated restaurant with fantastic food and friendly service in Park City. Tali and her team are special and for anyone staying in Deer Valley or who want an escape from Main Street, go to Reef's!
Not worth it. Difficult to find on third floor of building within Deer Valley Club. No atmosphere, no view. My friend ordered the scallops ($32) and it was TWO scallops swimming in a mustard sauce. No sides, no salad (we ordered the Israeli salad separately), no bread, just two lonely scallops. I had salmon in a morrocan sauce ($28) and again a very small portion. The two items we went to try (sweet eggplant and grilled king salmon) that are listed on their website are no longer on the menu.
They've added sushi to their menu which consists of "sashimi", "nigiri" or "handroll". That's the full description - three items that require the waitress to tell you what they are. The first two were tuna and the handroll was salmon on our visit.
Great food, wine, and the owner and her daughter were lovely to chat with during our time. Will be back soon and recommend it.
Unimaginative vegetarian main courses (hummus, falafel, babaganoush all great starters though). Very pleasant staff. Nice place but not exceptional in any way.