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Reef’s, a family run restaurant, offers freshly made Mediterranean, European and Middle Eastern cuisine. True to our philosophy, we created an atmosphere for a dining experience that engages all the senses.
We proudly strive to provide you with the best natural (no hormones, no antibiotics) and sustainable ingredients.
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.
7720 Royal St E
Park City, UT 84060
Mediterranean, European, Middle Eastern
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Sat 5:30 pm–9:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Underground parking Garage at the Deer Valley Club
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private chef service at private homes.
Private Party Contact:
Asi Yoked: (435) 513-2828
Beer, Cocktails, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Private parties on location and Private Chef service
Reef's Ratings and Reviews
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.
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.
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.
Moved a month ago to this location. It’s now in a private residence club and it’s an excellent location with ample onsite parking.
Excellent attentive service. Excellent Méditerranean cuisine with additional sea seafood offering. Nice wine list. Don’t miss the chocolate cake at the end.
I really wanted to like Reef's in its new location at Deer Valley, but I found it just "fair". I've eaten at the former downtown location a couple of times in the past, and loved it. More casual ambience, more reasonable portions, and delicious food. The new location feels like a high-end ski lodge restaurant, which is not a bad thing, but I just don't think it fits Reef's "character". The management there claim the regular clientele in the new place is for the most part the same as the regular clientele who ate at the former location. I'm not so sure. Back to the food - main courses. The portions on certain of the dishes seemed less than before. The scallops dish was 2 lonely scallops sitting in a pool of a mustard-saffron sauce. The gnocchi was 4-5 pieces, also looking very lonely. The main dishes needs some revamping. The appetizers were very tasty and well-portioned. Same with the delectable chocolate cake and halva cookie desserts. I hope Reef's figures out who they are and some of its former glory is regained.
My family and I have been patrons of the REEF restaurant in Park City prior to its move to Deer Valley . REEF is authentic, fresh, delicious mediterranian with a welcome addition of some fantastic SUSHI!! REEF always leaves you wanting more, as the flavors remain on your taste buds for hours after you leave!!!
This restaurant is a must!!!
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