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  • Phuong H.

    I'm always hesitant to try restaurants on "Main St." In this case, I'm glad I did. This one is a rare find: a true gem. The food, decor, and service were great. I came here for the Sundance Film Festival. I had a lengthy wait between movies so I decided a formal sit-down dinner was in order. Because of the festival, the menu was pre-fixed. That didn't matter to me because I could have ordered additional entrees if I wanted for an additional charge. I selected the hamachi appetizer, pears and endive salad, and duck breast. All 3 were devine. On second thought, the duck was to die for! A must have with a Bordeaux or burgundy. The medley of vegetables that accompany the duck was perfectly cooked. However, for those with an undeveloped palate, the vegetables might be a bit al dente. For me, it was perfect. I enjoy cooking and I do it often, and I can tell you it takes skills to cook different vegetables to a uniform "tender crisp" consistency. Outstanding chef! The only con was the complimentary house fried wonton skins. It was a bit too oily for my taste. Because it was the first dish to arrive at my table, I have to honestly say that I was a bit hesitant on the rest of the meal. However, that wasn't the case and I was pleasantly surprised. PS...the reviewer by the name of YL is a douche. If you look at her history of reviews, you can see that she complains more often than she praises. And when she does praise, she'll find something to give it less than a 5-star rating. You have a fine establishment. The food, service and ambiance speak for themselves. YL and her cheap friends will never return to your establishment. Any reviewers or reviews that mentions $$ incessantly in their reviews, generally have unrealistic expectations. They rarely comprehend the preparation necessary to provide quality service and amenities. For that reason, you are better off saying good riddance to someone like that and concentrate on those that appreciate what you have to offer. Why would you ever prepare a "special" dinner for someone who isn't special? Instead, you channel that energy towards those patrons that will appreciate your talent. I run a business and I can tell you it's impossible to please everyone. YL being one of them. I wrote this to refute her tirade. It's the least I can do for the enjoyable dining experience that I had this evening. In closing, if you bend over backwards for her and her ilk, then you'll lose me as a patron forever, and I probably spent more on tonight's dinner than her group combined, and that's no exaggeration. Keep up the outstanding work!

    (5)
  • Sara C.

    The kids Mac and cheese was by far the best food at the this place. For the price I was disappointed. I might go back for the Mac and cheese though...

    (3)
  • Teresa H.

    We had high hopes for this place, but we were left disappointed. I understand that Park City is very seasonal and businesses have to make money when they are able to.... but geez! Talk about overpriced! $44 for the cod? I would struggle to find a place in Manhattan that would charge me that much for the same piece of fish. Service was also incredibly slow. Over 30 minutes between our appetizers and entrees... yes, we timed it. We will return to Park City ASAP, but we won't bother with Wahso again.

    (2)
  • Ne Ne M.

    Recently I read Bill White's article about his organic farm and taking care of his employees, I am now a HUGE fan and hope the organic farm will be open to the public. We need healthy minded/successful people in this world who take care of their team. Not to mention I have a soft place for my fellow Michiganders. THANK YOU. I have been to more of your restaurants since my review and I am not seeing the labeling on your menus. Would love to see organic & local foods options in writing. Upon entering, our group was thrilled to get a private booth. This is the most amazing seating in the restaurant and the reason we come. The atmosphere in Wahso is the best in Park City (if you get a booth). We lucked out because in making the reservation, I forgot to make a request. Our group of 4 enjoyed their popular Martini menu. The pineapple basil, and the cucumber mint were our favorites. My kumquat , mint, Mojito, only filled half the glass and was not shaken, thus there was little mint flavor (don't recall the other parties drink order). Upon reviewing the menu, I was really disappointed. Wahso does not offer any GMO free or Organic menu items. Not even the tofu! This was discouraging because we only eat organic and GMO free food. We thought that in such an educated area, there would be at least be a single option in each category. Especially when the price range is $30 - $55 an entree. Our meals were $100 plus per person with a $500 bill for 4 including a single drink for the ladies and 2 drinks for the guys. It would be no problem, IF we didn't wake up feeling sluggish and miserable in the morning from the Hormone filled, GMO contaminated and pesticide coated food from the night before. In their defense, our food tasted amazing, the chefs know how to prepare delicious entrees. I had the Pear salad, Filet, and coconut creme brulee', my husband the veggie buns, Scallops and a gelato. The filet was particularly mouth watering. Yet, as I said earlier, we woke up feeling terrible. Not from drinking, we had lots of water with our meal and us ladies only had one cocktail. If this restaurant offered locally raised, grass fed beef from Heber, organic tofu and a single organic salad option, it would be my favorite in Park City. At a minimum, organic tofu (GMO tofu is a death sentence), which is only marginally more expensive then the GMO, pesticide coated version. You only need to watch "Genetic Roulette" at our local Park City Library to know but I could list 10 documentaries, however, simply being organic and eating this food one night will be the biggest eye opener. Unfortunately, we will continue to dine at home when we have guests. Whole Food's has amazing options and although my filet will never taste as good as Wahso's, I will feel like a million bucks in the morning when I hit the slopes. **With all the CA crowds frequenting Park City, there is a huge cry for an organic/locally grown/hormone free/ pesticide free/ Non-GMO restaurant, yet, we continue to prepare our foods for our guests at home due to the lack of having such an option in Park City. ***We can not wait to frequent the First Park City, organic restaurant. We will be standing in line to be the first guests!

    (5)
  • Golfer O.

    What a great restaurant with great service, everything was top notch. One of the best fillet's I've had. I tried a few other dishes from people in my party and they were all excellant.

    (5)
  • Ashley Q.

    Less than stellar. The good: I ordered the spare-ribs with sweet corn and cabbage slaw. It really was delicious. The meat was tender and flavorful and everything was perfectly seasoned (which says a lot because I'm a salt fiend!). Also the service, it was nearly perfect. The bad: my friend ordered the wild salmon dish priced at a whopping $44. This got her 4 oz. salmon, 8 halves of asparagus spears, and a tablespoon of corn succotash. While the portion was small, it was decent enough. The disappointment was the salmon. It was described to be a Copper River King salmon, which it definitely was not. It was a pale peach color and the fatty striations were too wide indicating it was farmed Atlantic salmon. For that price, that's completely unacceptable. The ugly: A large hot sake goes for $16!!! It was not even 4 glasses. I know exactly how cheap that product is: for winter maybe, in the middle of summer, no way locals are gonna pay for that. I have usually loved my Bill White experiences (Chimayo and Windy Ridge always deliver) so I'm sorry to have been so negative on Wahso - but I really just don't think it's worth your hard earned green.

    (3)
  • Florida Girl At Last 1.

    Although the restaurant is beautiful and cozy...maybe a bit too cozy. The tables are way too close to each other. Every time a wait staff or customer walked by they banged into our chairs. Our chairs were pulled as close to the table as possible. Also, it is way overpriced for the quality and quantity of food. A bowl of edamame for $10 which is overly salted. I ordered the crab encrusted salmon which was also over salted. The chef must have a heavy hand when it comes to old bay seasoning. There were 5 of us, and at an average of $50 per entree, we were all disappointed. Two of our guests ordered the chicken and it was a tiny breast with the wing attached. Came with black rice (bland). Fifty bucks for that is outrageous. I couldn't eat my overly old bay seasoned salmon, literally, it's a good thing I don't have high blood pressure! The waiter was pleasant and apologized for the quality. He did not take the salmon off the bill, instead, he "gave" us 2 desserts valued at $10 each. They were just ok, bananas foster, which came in a bowl out to the table, and a chocolate dessert. We won't be back

    (2)
  • David R.

    We went here for their Wednesday night special. We waited two hours to get served. The food was cold and disgusting....the waiter implied that it was our fault...he said that discount night diluted the restaurant's brand....implying that we should expect bad food because we weren't paying full price...I'm sorry if entrees that were normally priced $50 were selling for $12. Not our fault...No reason to serve us seriously horrible food...my sister threw up when she got home... The general tso's chicken at my local ghetto Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn is 10x better...everything was terrible...will never eat at a bill white restaurant again....they tried to make up for the crazy wretched food by giving us 5 (unwanted) desserts and taking some items off the bill. Did not help the situation at all. Stay away from this place...maybe if you go on a regular night and pay $50 for an entree it will be better? I don't know...I wouldn't risk it. Run far away from this joke of a restaurant!!!!

    (1)
  • Chris F.

    Service was very bad. The waiter argued with me throughout dinner about wines we ordered and the food we chose. The food was very good but we will not return because of the service and the waiter.

    (1)
  • Kevin C.

    I've visited Park City every year and I've tried out several restaurants in the area including Zoom, Bistro 412, and Cafe Terigo. Based on the price, which runs from $30-50 for an entree, and the competing restaurants in Park City, Wahso was an absolute disappointment. First, the food is ridiculously overpriced ($46 for the Miso Cod, $38 for the Duck, $39 for the Salmon) and the taste and quality of the food is not praise-worthy. Second, service was also abysmal, as the waitress forgot our order multiple times and came back to our table to repeat her order after realizing she couldn't read her own writing. Superb. Our final complaint was the strange taste in the water we were served; it seemed like it had been sitting in a vat of stone for the past week. The other options in Park City are more worthwhile and I'll make an effort to avoid this restaurant in the future.

    (2)
  • Shelly S.

    This had to be the most disappointing restaurant so far. The service was horrible. After being told they didn't have our reservation, we were seated and then waited 20 minutes before the hostess actually took our drink order. Our appetizers came and sat waiting for the waiter to serve them. Of course he was no where to be found so another waitress took pity on is and served them. As for the main courses....The black cod tasted like an entire salt shaker was poured on it. The pad Thai was bland and the salmon that we were served was different from what was on the menu. Apparently we were given old menus. Overall, it was too expensive and not worth the effort.

    (1)
  • Aom K.

    Great ambient. The food was okay. Great service.

    (3)
  • Brian G.

    The experience started off great and simply got better. The young man serving water was very personable, genuinely enthusiastic about the menu and offered suggestions before the waiter arrived. I had the short rib appetizer and the miso black cod. I've had the code dish before at another restaurant and Wahso's beat it hands down. My husband ordered several starters rather than an entree which was a great way to sample all that Wahso had to offer. The best part of the meal was dessert. Again, at the suggestion of the young man serving water I ordered the coconut creme brulee. Out of this world flavor! Serving it in a half coconut was a wonderful idea. I would dine here again in a heart beat. Ohhh, and how could I forget, fellas be sure to check out the men's room. Great decor - I won't spoil the surprise, just be sure to check it out.

    (5)
  • Justin D.

    Whaso is a great restaurant and deserves it's reputation in Park City as a place to be seen. We've been there a couple times and always had the same reaction - the ambiance and the service are simply amazing, but the food is just ok. This is a pretty expensive restaurant, and if you go, you won't be disappointed with your experience. Though if you're a foodie looking for amazing cuisine, choose somewhere else.

    (3)
  • Lucy S.

    Service is excellent. Nice attention from staff and nice asian mid 80's atmosphere with club music. FOOD on the otherhand was good but not worth the 4 star rating or the 4 $$$$ rating. Tuna tartare was good for NY standards but the GYOZA was only fair. No imagination and just plain pork dumplings. The miso cod was OK, but the rice and baby bok choy is sitting/ bathing in soy, oil, garlic and ginger (this is so basic and easily made at home for much less than the 42$ that it cost. The curry chicken was a bit dry where the pinapple chutney was not a great compliment on top. NEW YORKERS.....its just OK.

    (3)
  • Lily W.

    I've been to Wahso twice now and am always impressed with the quality and creativity of the food. On my most recent trip, I started off with the Snow Pea and Watercress Salad, shared an order of the Steamed Chinese Buns (vegetarian) with friends and had the Miso Black Cod as my entree. All were wonderful and I would get them all again. My husband opted for the Wahso "Beef And Broccoli" which was good, but not as spectacular as the rest of the dishes. The service is very accommodating and helpful, and I like the ambiance of the restaurant. We were a larger group, so we didn't get to sit in one of the curtained off booths, but I'd like to try that next time.

    (4)
  • Dietrich H.

    I have to say, Wahso was a good way to end our trip to Utah. Service was a little slow at first, but it came around and was attentive all night. She was friendly and offered up plenty of suggestions. Anyways, guess what people... even when it's not Sundance, Wahso, and pretty much every other restaurant, is expensive. Someone threw out $85pp for 3 courses. Well, when you order a la carte for 3 courses, it's still that much. With few alternatives, fine dining in Park City is not so cheap. The price aside, the food was pretty good. My wife and I had decided to split 2 appetizers and an entree to keep the cost somewhat manageable. We started off with the pot stickers and the kobe beef cups. I thought the pot stickers could have been a little crispier on the outside, and a little meatier on the inside, but it was well done, and it sure tasted all right to me. The kobe beef cups were excellent, pure and simple. And I even ate the fried plate they put the beef in. As for the salmon entree... a little lacking. I found it a little dry, but still quite good. What really sealed the meal was the dessert, coconut creme brulee. Absolutely awesome. Put in a half coconut shell, the presentation was awesome. Just crispy enough outside, just soft enough inside, and lots of gooey goodness ensued. I do like the decor. It's clean and well spaced. I wish our table wasn't half off the carpet though. The tilting was a bit annoying. As a side note, the owner of this place owns pretty much all the top restaurants on Main Street. To hell with the little guy I guess in this supposedly old-fashioned old town.

    (4)
  • Ruediger S.

    Went there on a Saturday for our final dinner in Park City. We got a lovely table on the balcony overlooking Main Street. The service was outstanding (Zaid). Zaid made good recommendations and we thoroughly enjoyed our food. Prices are high, but worth it.

    (4)
  • Erin I.

    Chef Ryan Burnham really outdoes himself....every. single. time. Notable items from pseudo-veggies like myself: the Wild Mushroom Salad and the Roasted Beet Salad with Mango and Fennel. Crazy Good. My boyfriend loved the pork belly sliders. Ryan also surprised our party with a dessert tray that was out of this world: chocolate torte, carrot cake, Almond Joy ice cream and shot-glass size mugs of Indian hot chocolate with marshmallow "skewers". My sweet tooth was beyond pleased. I have nothing but love for everything I've ever been served at Wahso, but I left off a star because I have a liiiitle glimmer of disappointment every time I go over the entrees. I eat mostly vegetarian, and there are no fully vegetarian entrees. I eat seafood, and there are a couple of really amazing seafood options, but I do wish there existed at least one vegetarian entree option. Those who are fully vegetarian may have a harder time ordering, as they will have to order all appetizers/salads (not the worst thing in the world!). All in all, nothing but love. Great service, and food is out of control. Thanks for the experience, Ryan :)

    (4)
  • Kelvin L.

    Wahso is really overpriced and the food is about average for a fine dining establishment. Not spectacular but pretty good. Service was a bit slow on a relatively empty night but waiter was very knowledgeable. They lost our reservation even after they had confirmed it the day before by calling us. The decor is beautiful and it is a very romantic spot with their little booths and all of the decorations, which might be offensive to some with its whiff of "colonial" influence and the notion of appropriation of a native culture by foreigners but I won't get into that. Most people will find the dining room pretty and tasteful. Bill White's restaurants always look nice. We ordered some appetizers, and they are portioned for maybe 2 people per appetizer. Roasted octopus was pretty good, but $12 for 5 ordinary potstickers is crazy. At least fill the plate with 8 pieces. I can buy a bag of 24 much better tasting potstickers at Trader Joe's (but not in Park CIty) for $3.50. And the tiny bowl of average Pad Thai was a joke. I could get $.50 pad thai in bangkok that looks and tastes better. It really felt, again, like they cracked open a $1.00 box of Pad Thai from Trader Joe's for this dish. The main dishes were slightly better. The black cod was good, but again, not spectacular or really unique. The Chinese "BBQ Pork" dish I had tasted nothing like Chinese BBQ Pork though it was good quality "Niman Ranch" pork and cooked well. The sauce was fairly uninteresting and probably took far less effort than to prepare than real Chinese BBQ Pork. There was a scallops dish at our table and some Indian dish with chicken, but none of it was too memorable. I don't think we had dessert though their dessert selections looked much more interesting than the rest of the menu. In short, traditional Asian dishes from China, Korea, India, Japan, etc. rehashed with fancy wording, expensive, quality ingredients, and decent plating, but not necessarily any novelty as far as flavor is concerned, served in a pretty dining room by experienced staff.

    (3)
  • Doug D.

    My favorite Utah restaurant. The fare is amazing and the service is stellar. 2/1 coupons during shoulder seasons are a definite plus.

    (5)
  • Damien F.

    OK a restaurant has to be fantastic before it will get 5 stars from me! Wahso is very good. The menu is very different - Asian fusion. We did not have a booth, but the dining room was just fine. Service was very attentive, but waiter made little effort to connect. He did share his favorites. I started with the shrimp, which was awesome, but quite a small portion (2 shrimp). My partner had the sashimi which he thought OK, nothing special. I had the cod for entree - very tasty! It was swimming in a soy/ginger/garlic/saki sauce and it kind of drowned. But tasty for sure. My partner had the pepper steak (with a stack of tempura onion rings), again, OK, but not much pepper (according to him). I had the creme brulee (in a coconut) for desert - tasty but a little odd. Partner had carrot cake and it was very good. Would definitely recommend this place for dinner.

    (4)
  • John S.

    Wow, the beef, the pork chops, the pea soup! Expectations exceeded. Service impeccable. Great view from the balcony.

    (5)
  • Kevin T.

    Wahso is consistently excellent in every respect. The food is stellar, with creations found at no other restaurant in the area...perhaps the state. Service is always top notch. Their wine selection is excellent. The ambiance both inside and particularly outside on the second floor balcony is second to none in Park City.

    (5)
  • Shahriar S.

    This restaurant is awful, service is terrible, you can tell the staff is really stressed out and the food is horrible. i still can't figure out if our was suppose to be Chinese, Indian or Mexican, it was a mix of all tastes mixed into one plate. Food is very overpriced. My reservation was for 7:30pm and we didn't get seated for an hour later. Our waiter didn't show up to the table until I had got up a few times and asked for help. Please don't waste your time and money at this horrible place, there are a lot of great choices such as Grappa or The Terigo.

    (1)
  • Tom H.

    Recent dinner was a disaster....terrible food and service....1 1/2 hour wait for first course. Have been a diner for over 15 yrs. will never go again. There has been a serious decline in service, food quality and dining experience.

    (1)
  • Yuri V.

    This is a fascinating Asian Fusion restaurant. We thought that the service was generally very good. the food was awesome - cool yet respectful of culinary fundamentals. The tomato soup was excellent. Chicken curry was also very good.

    (4)
  • kelly c.

    The food was amazing. The service, other than our creepy waiter, was excellent. Arthur (AKA Arty Farty) was super creepy and weird. Otherwise, nothing but great things to say about this place!

    (4)
  • Ken M.

    Good creative take on Asian food. A little pricy, but it is Park City and every place on Main Street struggles with the correct price and value proposition. We had a good waiter. Overall a good experience.

    (4)
  • Darryl F.

    Boy did Yelp get this one wrong. First I must say that it is a nice looking restaurant and the service was really good, but I go for the food and that was just terrible, especially when it costs as much as it did. Ate braised short ribs for the appetizer and it was not tasty at all, There is so much potential in such a tender piece of meat. Looked great, but little to no flavor. Same for the entree the Malaysian Red Snapper, the fish was more like squid, I could put both ends on the plate and it would arc, but wouldn't crack or flake at all. Was like a rubbery, oily, tasteless thing. It looked like it would bounce had I dropped it. The bean sprout and lotus root salad was ok, but again too much oil.

    (1)
  • Nader H.

    One of the most amazing dining experiences I've ever had. Came here with a group of 8 on a Friday night during ski season it truly could not have been better. The food, the music, the service, the ambiance all first rate. The chef and waiter accommodate my (vegan) wife's request for a vegtable entree and it was mindblowing. Will come back every time we're in park city !!

    (5)
  • Ben K.

    Wahso is a pretty neat place. The ambiance is pretty great, the decor is unique, and the service is fantastic. As far as individual components of the meal go: They have a number of proprietary cocktails. Most are nothing special but the Pomegranate Mojito was really fantastic. Our group got three appetizers for five people - the calamari was really tasty and interesting. The hibachi skewers were fairly pedestrian. The chicken lettuce cups were bland and uninteresting. Our entrees were all fantastic. I had the duck and it was tender, medium rare and delicious. The vegetarian bento box and the tuna were also highlights. The entrees were definitely the highlight of this meal, and only some disappointment at the appetizers kept Wahso from getting five stars.

    (4)
  • Cheryl D.

    Wow, we had a great experience here. We were a table of 7, slightly rowdy friends. We had a ridiculous amount of wine at our rental house, so we brought four bottles to drink while there....and they were super cool about it, even comped the corkage because it was my friends birthday. Our server was Dave and he was absolutely the best. He did a great job...and made the whole experience that much better. The food was really great. i had the miso cod, which was fantastic...I have had it a Nobu in New York and this was definitely as good if not better. We shared a bunch of desserts, and those were also amazing. Highly recommended.

    (5)
  • Curtis A.

    BEST RESTAURANT IN PARK CITY! What makes my review interesting is that the owner's other concepts in Park City all are very pedestrian and way overpriced. Wahso, on the other hand, gets it right. An amazing dining experience. Bill the owner should shut down the other crappy locations he operates including Grappa, Chimayo and the Olive Garden style location in Kimball Junction and open more Wahso's. Amazing!

    (5)
  • Paco d.

    Went during Sundance and it was prix-fixe only, but some creative concoctions were coming out of the kitchen. One of the better places I went to in Park City, and if you get a table by the window you can keep your eye on the goings on down on Main St., always entertaining during Sundance.

    (3)
  • Andrew F.

    The service from our waiter, Dryke, was out of this world! The only knocks on Wahsoo's was the entrees, although good, did not compare to the appitizers and the Asian themed decor is a little tacky, but not terribly. We had the green curry mussels and the Japanese pumpkin soup appetizers and both were heavenly.

    (4)
  • Yu T.

    Again, 5 for service, 4 for food. Despite the Sundance frenzy, we were extremely lucky in finding restaurants with friendly staff during our stay. Wahso is one of the highest rated restaurants on Zagat, which we rely on heavily when we are in cities that we do not know well. We walked in at 10:00pm, and despite the fact that it was fully packed, they let us be seated after a 30 min. wait and they were SUPER nice about it too. While we were waiting, I guess one of the waiters tipped over a small serving table and the dishes that were on it were dumped on the floor. The manager came immediately, was extremely fast in handling the situation, and brought beer and chips to those who happened to be standing nearby. How thoughtful! The venue was extremely nice, with tasteful Asian accents. I loved the little "rooms" along the walls which offer a cozy setting with much privacy for those that need it. We had to order a Sundance pre-fixe menu, which was $85pp for three courses. The cuisine is asian fusion... but I would say it was basically western food with Asian flavoring. I had lettuce wraps (nicer version of what they offer at PF Chang's), a wonderful asian pear and watercress salad, and duck. The dishes were OK, not wonderful, but the service was great. For example, I ordered a pot of oolong tea but they only had it in tea bags. I asked for something with loose tea leaves, and they brought me dragon pearl tea, which I love. Thoughtfulness like that was seen throughout the night. Overall, a super experience. We also got some celeb exposure, as Kirsten Dunst was dining there when we went. Way to go, Park City!

    (4)
  • Jesse R.

    WOW, the decor is unreal!!! As soon as you walk in the door you smell the most amazing aromas and hear the voices of happy people. As you sit down you realize you are about to be in for a real treat. Service is nothing but the best, the servers all worked so well together, taking teamwork to the next level. The food was timely, culinary dream, and the ambiance speaks for its self. This is a must hit anytime you are in Utah.

    (5)
  • Scott B.

    Love it!!! We cant go to park city without dinner here. The service is great and the food is amazing Asian inspired goodness. We usually go during Sundance so they have a prefix menu but so does just about every other good spot in town and you get your money's worth. Pick up a couple bottles of wine at the liquor store down the street to save a boatload on booz.

    (5)
  • Annie S.

    I went here for Sundance, and yes it was expensive. The Prixe Fix menu was $85.00 a person, but i was on an expense account so no matter. The atmosphere was nice, we were seated in a booth with full walls and curtains to give a cozy, secluded feel. They brought out hot towels and a sample from the chef. I started with tempura shrimp (really really good), then a salad, and some tasty beef dish. It was all wonderful! What really stood out was the service. I wish i could remember the name of our server, but he was so helpful and accommodating, but not smothering. I asked for his opinion a couple times, and he actually gave it to me! Nothing is more annoying when you ask a server's opinion and they say "oh it's all so good, i like everything!" Drives me nutty... of course they wouldn't say if something is horrible, but throw me a bone! Anywhoo, i digress. We were contemplating dessert, and our server said the Coconut Creme Brulee is "ridiculous." Any dessert that can be described as ridiculous is an instant seller for me! It came out in a half coconut shell, biggest portion i've ever seen for creme brulee... and it was absolutey, ridiculously delicous. BEST CREME BRULEE EVER! I would definitely go back any time i'm in town. Funny note: when i called to make the reservation, the hostess said - "Oh, well Bono is going to be in that night!" Should she have told me that?

    (4)
  • Diane R.

    Don't go to this restaurant. The food is just okay and the management is awful. After reading great reviews for this restaurant in Zagat we decided to try it when we were in town. We had called days in advance and requested a booth table with curtains (there are many of these tables on the perimeter of the restaurant). We were told it wasn't a problem. When we arrived we were shown to a horrible table in a corner right next to the door. Almost all of the booth tables were empty. When we asked to be moved to the table we requested a big deal was made of it and we were told since we had not requested it we couldn't have it (we had). We kept a smile on our faces the entire time and were very pleasant to everyone on the staff. Anyhow the manager came over and "allowed" us to move. When seating us she told us not to stay long and to not camp out at the table because they had a lot of reservations that night. I could not believe that we were spoken to that way. We were treated like kids and basically made to feel as if we were not as important as their other customers. Besides the terrible treatment, the food was average, way to overpriced (if you are from SF this type of food is nothing spectacular). Nothing was very inventive or imaginative. I would never recommend this restaurant.

    (1)
  • anjee b.

    Not the same place it used to be! They have lowered their prices (maybe in an attempt to compete better with other places on Main St?) and the ambiance-in my opinion-has suffered. Not as great as I remembered.

    (2)
  • Sparky E.

    Wahso has made some changes in the last few months. They have taken their prices down, so I have heard and had a tappa night for locals on Wednesdays, I believe. Check this out to make sure that this is still going on. Their fish is excellent, but be prepared for a heavy dinner. I much prefer their restaurant in the winter. I request to sit in the room with the fire place. They, like Grappa, bring out a nice little taste of something created by the chef when you get there and it is refreshing to the palette. Be careful during Sundance because it is a pre-fixed menu and if you book around 8pm or 9pm, be prepared to wait. We had a reservation and we had to wait an hour. I think they are working on that. I have always loved this restaurant, so give it a chance.

    (4)
  • George T.

    I went here with my family on President's Day weekend.....wife and 3 kids, 11,9 & 5. We were seated promptly right at the time of our reservation. Our server was very attentive, polite and helpful, we couldn't have been happier. We had the potstickers which were excellent as were the fried wontons with a very tasty mustard sauce. I had the pork chop which was delicious, my wife had the cod which was equally as good. Two of my kids shared the beef with broccoli, an interesting spin on the chinese restaurant classic, they loved it! My other child had the mac n cheese which was just ok. In addition we shared an order of chicken fried rice (from the kids menu).....really very good! Overall we were extremely happy with the meal and would definitely go back again. If I had one complaint it would be how expensive it was. Coming from NYC I have a no problem paying for good food. However, I was a little shocked when the check came and it was $238 without tip... surprising considering we didn't really drink (my wife had 2 glasses of saki), two of my children shared an entree and my other child ate off of the kids menu. In addition, we didn't have dessert. I would highly recommend, although not if you're on a budget.

    (4)
  • Jen L.

    I decided to try this restaurant out when I recently visited a friend in Salt Lake. We were able to make reservations the day before I arrived and the staff was really friendly. The restaurant was noisy at times but not too bad. The ambiance was definitely a big selling point here. I found the decor was really similar to the menu and matched the theme. I found it interesting that all the items on the menu mixed all the different flavors of Asia together. I had the kobe beef steak with the wasabi cream of spinach while my friend had the filet mignon with the yakisoba noodles drizzled with a chinese barbeque sauce. I'd have to say my favorite course was dessert. We tried the Almond Joy. A must try for a chocolate lover!

    (5)
  • Josh E.

    Beat steak!

    (5)
  • Christin A.

    This is one of the top restaurants in Park City - great food (try to miso cod for dinner and the creme brulee in the coconut for dessert), ambience and service. There are several harsh reviews here from people saying the food doesn't measure up to places in LA or SF. That is true. Those are big cities. This is small resort town in Utah. My review ends with the same sentence that it started with: This is one of the top restaurants in Park City - great food, ambience and service!

    (5)
  • Kate K.

    I have eaten at Wahso at least a dozen times, and every time it gets better and better. The staff is courteous and knowledgeable, and the food is original, creatively presented, and outstanding. The menu changes with the seasons and reflects a level of sophistication not found at many other Utah restaurants. The wine list is top notch (particularly if you like French whites and domestic bold reds). Lawrence Acedo does an incredible job of managing the restaurant while positively interacting with guests. Definitely one of the best (if not the best) restaurants in Utah.

    (5)
  • Todd K.

    still not sure if it's worth a five star rating, but we did have a very nice dinner experience here. the purple haze cocktails were excellent. my kobe beef steak dish was worth the money. the reservations were screwed up in a major way. besides that it was excellent.

    (4)
  • M K.

    I had high expectations for Wahso, given its funky second story allure on Main St, but found the service attentive yet a little stuffy. The appetizers were good but not mind blowing for the price and desserts were great. Awesome location.

    (3)
  • kajo f.

    Saved by Yelp mobile. Went to Main Street on Saturday night without reservations and found ourselves with a 20 minute wait at a nicely adorned Asian cuisine restaurant. Yelped it and found poor reviews, spotted Wahso across the street and noted these very solid reviews. Walked over, no wait, window table for four. Zing. Service: Outstanding. Hard to imagine our waiter could have done anything better. Informative and attentive without intruding on the meal. Five stars for service. Food: Malaysian Pot Stickers - Excellent, but watch the Sambal dipping sauce which is so spicy it can override your entire meal. Fortunately, our waiter very carefully warned us ahead of time. Tomato Coconut Soup - Nothing special. Kobe Short Ribs - Outstanding. Tender and delicious. Wahso is on the second level, so you might miss it if you're cruising Main. They have a deck overlooking the street, which is nice in warmer weather. Overall, a very nice experience.

    (4)
  • kristin p.

    I wanted to give it a review solely to balance out the bad experiences that a couple people had... Should we qualify them? If you were in for Sundance, of course it was crowded and loud. There are a crap ton of people in town and every place you go to is crowded and loud. Should you compare it to Chimayo, Grappa, and Ghidottis (all part of the Bill White empire)? Yes. It should be as good... its as expensive, but i wouldn't at all say it was worse... its flippin' awesome asian fusion. They make quite the atmosphere there. I went with a guy friend of mine and they gave us a little curtained off booth so we could have privacy. There were hot towels, a small appetizer complimentary of the chef, and an elegantly served meal. My martini was HUGE and really, really tasty, and my dinner was awesome.

    (5)
  • K N.

    Went with a large group during the Sundance Film Festival, which is admittedly a busy time. However because of the size of our group (10ppl), we were told they couldn't seat us until 10pm. When we arrived, we were forced to wait for over an hour, with no explaination, no apology, and little concern. We found it rude and ridiculous that we would be given a reservation when there is no way they could have turned a table to seat us in time. A good restaurant knows it's floor, and does not accept reservations when it cannot accomodate people simply because they are being greedy. At this time of night patrons are also left with no other options, which adds to their frustration. When we were finally sat (and the rest of the restaurant was nearly completely empty) the servers were nice and friendly, but the food was mediocre and ridiculously expensive. After coming to Sundance for three years running myself and colleagues will never be dining here again, and will warn people against wasting their time standing in a cramped hallway longingly staring at other people's food.

    (1)
  • Sharon C.

    Nice fusion inspired restaurant in a small town, certainly on par with some big city names. Our salad is quite innovative, wanton chip dips are very addictive. Menus do make changes. Waiter/server is very knowledgeable and attentive. Sure we can pay for some cheap, quick stir-fry that stuff us up, but it's the whole presentation that elevates our kimochi and experience. The chef is able to bring together simple everyday ingredients into an elegant dish, which I think, is quite applaudable.

    (4)
  • Peter L.

    I found Wahso to be good but not great. Prices are high compared to the value received, but I will give points for originality of the menu. Nice room, table spacing is pleasant and service was good during my last visit. Best if you can score a 2 for 1 coupon in the local paper (off season only).

    (4)
  • Raymond M.

    My favorite restaurant in Park City. I try to go every time I am home. The service and interior are amazing. I would suggest going with a few people and trying a number of appetizers and entrees. The prices are on the pricey side, but you are in a Ski town.

    (5)
  • Mama L.

    Really its so-so. Wahso is from the same restaurant group as Chimayo, so I was surprised that the food was not nearly as good. Its expensive like Chimayo and the decor and ambiance is very nice, but the Asian fusion is not very innovative. Food was either over cooked, over sauced or over salted. I gave it two stars because of the fun setting and attentive service. If you are going to try it, definitely try to nab a two for one coupon from the local paper.

    (2)
  • Rachel A.

    yum - my favorite - yum! really so delish....probably overpriced like most other restaurants in the area but who cares, the food is so fab! one of my favorites is actually the vegan bento box....so many neat and delicious things to try and the sea bass obviously.....great place to go with a large group - there's a small room in back that can be private and fun! they even do take out if you ask and that is just as good! the shrimp appetizer is great! don't miss this one.

    (5)
  • Rich K.

    The sole reason for this horrible review is the restaurant's offensive decision regarding how to price its menu. It is probably the most expensive place I have ever seen, putting aside destination restaurants. Miss cod for $51? Stir fried tofu for $45? I think the cheapest menu item is $37. It's as if the owners said, "Hey, rich people ski in Park City, and once they come in to sit down for a meal they'll pay any price whatsoever - so let's squeeze every possible penny out of them without reference to what a meal is actually supposed to cost." Which probably explains why the menu they make available on Yelp (at least at this writing) does not even list prices. Talk about deliberate omission. I witnessed onr group of diners sit, look at the menu, then stand up and leave without ordering anything. Is the food worth it? Nope.

    (1)
  • Rhoda S.

    The food here is fabulous and our waiter was excellent. The attitude of Nicky on the front desk however really soured the evening. She ignored us and when I approached her she was so frosty that we felt unwelcome initially. I had requested a booth when I made our reservation and was told that we would be accommodated if booths were available and this was noted on our reservation. She seated us immediately beside the kitchen, the worst table there although most of the booths were available. I asked if we could be moved which she did begrudgingly. Her attitude made us feel uncomfortable. This was very early in the evening and the restaurant was quiet. The dishes were delicious and the other staff were excellent but Nicky left a sour taste!

    (3)
  • James A.

    After 3 visits and trying multiple dishes I am happy to report that this restaurant lives up to the hype. Great service, well prepared, and outstanding selection of wine and tasty foods. Kara (Manager) is top notch and stays on top of whats going on in the restaurant. Try the Chinese Buns, Spicy Green Beans and Filet...Kudos to Bill White and his staff for yet another memorable experience in Park City.

    (5)
  • Jon Y.

    Are visiting Park City for the third time this ski season, we pretty much tried every upscale eatery along Main Street. This last time during spring break, we hit Wahso. The food is on par with most of the other restaurants but was more expensive. The free won ton chips with spicy mustard were great. Followed with beet salad and the miso cod. Solid food but again expensive.

    (3)
  • Jesse M.

    TERRIBLE SERVICE. I can't comment on the food since I didn't end up eating here. I had a reservation but over an hour after I was supposed to be seated I left. When I checked in initially, I was told it would be a 10 minute wait. 45 minutes later I was told my table was being bused which was a complete lie. I wish I could say it was just my party that got this terrible treatment but everyone else was waiting for an hour as well. The lady next to me said that this happened to her before too. They'd thought it was a one time thing, apparently not. INSTEAD of this restaurant, go to the thai place three stores down. The food is delicious, and the service is incredibly friendly and accommodating. Don't believe me? Just ask half of our fellow diners at Wahso that left with us and enjoyed their dinner at the thai restaurant!

    (1)
  • LISA M.

    not for us 400 dollars and We left ate room service at the hotel ..not good food choices for my kids.Pretty inside the service was good.

    (1)
  • Joanne R.

    Underwhelmed and over priced. The atmosphere is great as is the case with all of Bill White's restaurants. The food, however, does not march the environment in terms of quality. The Chinese Duck Confit buns are great and quite tasty. The Cod is an excellent choice. I ordered the seasonal watermelon salad and it was ok but nothing special. My main course, the duck, was also ok but tasted very salty. My husbands rib dish was also very salty. Unfortunately, this is not the first time we've experienced over salted food at Bill White Restaurants. With prices this high, we expect more delicately seasoned food, not the short cut approach of heavily salting everything. I would recommend this restaurant for ambiance but sadly not for a great food experience.

    (2)
  • John D.

    This is a wonderful Asian fusion restaurant on Main Street. The dining room is very nice and the food is wonderful. The homemade wonton noodles and dipping sauce are a very nice alternative to bread. The hamachi sashimi appetizer is mandatory. The beef tataki and potstickers are also very good. Avoid the pork sticky buns. The beet salad is delicious. The beef with broccoli is like none you have had before. The miso cod and crab crusted salmon are also excellent choices.

    (4)
  • Susan S.

    The meat in the pork belly bun was fine but the bun was greasy and chewy. The steak in the beef broccoli was cooked nicely with a crispy outside, tender and flavorful. Not a $56 entree though. We've been spoiled by Star Noodle on Maui which has twice the quality of food for half the price. I've yet to find a Park City restaurant that is not overpriced and only average in quality of food.

    (2)
  • Andrea C.

    This place does not disappoint. Delicious food and wonderful service. It is on the pricey side though.

    (5)
  • Ashley F.

    By far my favorite restaurant in Park City! They never fail to impress and I alway leave with a smile. The "Beef and Broccoli" is my personal favorite having huge amounts of steak with delicious fried rice and broccoli!! I cannot recommend this restaurant enough, it's a great hidden gem on Main Street Park City.

    (5)
  • Gin P.

    This was one the worst meals I have had in Park City! The Asian food needs a lot of improvement and is so overpriced! Truly ridiculous! The food was salty and little to be desired! This is my first Yelp review, and I felt compelled to write this review!

    (1)
  • Andrew L.

    I visited Wahso yesterday, February 14th for Valentines day with my girlfriend. It's strange, I entered Wahso with high expectations and was a bit let down. The decor is very charming and romantic, but, we were seated in the corner next to a bussing station which is not romantic. I made a request to Ryan (head waiter) to be seated elsewhere, but was told they were unable to accommodate due to Valentines day - which is understandable. As for the food, I dined on the Coconut chicken soup as well as the pear and endive salad. Soup was delicious - creamy, flavorful and the perfect amount of spice. The salad was also good. My girlfriend ordered the pot stickers and the Beef and Broccoli. The pot stickers were okay, but covered both of our palates with an oily substance which was not appetizing. Now, this is where we get to the big letdown, the Beef and Broccoli. Overall, it was mediocre. The beef was a tad chewy and dry, and the rice was not cooked through. The Broccoli on the other hand did have some good flavor. To finish the meal, we shared the bananas foster which was to die for! One minor gripe: Mentioned earlier I had the soup and salad . I requested the soup to come out first as my starter and the salad as my entree to coordinate with my girlfriends entree. Instead, we received the soup, salad, and pot stickers all at once. Ryan, did notice this and I received his direct apologies, but a restaurant of this quality should know how to manage their course flow. Highlight of the night was Ryan, our sever. He was fun, professional, attentive and had some great drink recommendations. There's not one complaint I have for him. Great job, Ryan! I really wish there was an ability for a half star, because Wahso does deserve 3 1/2 stars. At the same time, I can't convince myself to leave four stars for subpar food, awkward course control, and a not so great seating arrangement. I will say Wahso is in the upper echelon of restaurants, but if you're in an elite class, you better deliver. Unfortunately, they did not.

    (3)
  • Lucy B.

    By far my favorite restaurant in park city. Great salads, soups, black cod & even a wonderful twist on an amazing steak! Even to just go and get the amazing apps is worth the trip. The coconut creme brûlée is a must. Enjoy!

    (5)
  • Andrew Z.

    Excellent food and service - well worth the price. Loved everything that we ordered: Tom Kha soup, Japanese pumpkin soup, 3 appetizers and one main course. There are booths that you can turn completely private if you close the curtain. Nice interior, quiet.

    (5)
  • Dan B.

    First of all, we come to PC every year (for the past decade) but never ate here. Neat environment. Terribly slow service. Sat in the coveted booths, should have been nice and private except for they dumped all the food scraps that they cleared from other tables on a tray just next to our booth, gross and unappetizing. Had multiple appetizers, spring rolls, buns and kung poh shrimp, all tasty. Had to ask for our wonton chips. My guest had the scallops, cook perfectly, though needed more seasoning, bland. I had the beef and broccoli, the most tastless piece of meat I have had in a very long time. Took forever to get water refills and for a second round of wine. This is THE most overrated and expensive restaurant in PC. As foodies, we expect more, and you should too. Eat somewhere else. Seriously.

    (2)
  • Howie O.

    Went during Sundance and I had the pleasure of sitting next to Steve Carell and some of the cast from the Office. Kind of cool expereince Now lets talk about the food. Drinks/Wine was super pricey compared to other higher end eateries in PC. They did however have a really solid wine list. Really impressed for Utah. Food. I had a pumpkin soup that was really nice. It had a slight asain flare to it that gave it a different taste from most of the pumpkin soups I have had before. For my main dish I had the scallops. I rarely get seafood in Utah but these were pretty decent for the desert. I would get them again if I end up here again. Park City has some good places to eat so as it stacks up I am not sure if I would eat here again given the other choices. This place is somewhere you should try.

    (4)
  • Lori J.

    Food was ok. Dining room was empty. Service was extremely slow. This may be because we visited during off season??? 20 minutes before being served drinks, abrupt wait staff and 2 hour dining experience...painfully slow. Overpriced as well.

    (2)
  • Neha S.

    The food here is AMAZING! On arrival they serve some wonton fries with a dipping sauce (forgot the name) .. you can keep munching on these...very addictive. For my entree, I had the Beef and Broccoli and it was delicious... the beef was very tender and flavorful, the fried rice was delicious... and as crazy as it sounds, the broccoli was just as tasty as the beef or even more. My husband had the Striped Bass and it was cooked to perfection and had a delicious sauce. My friend had the Miso Black Cod... and it was the best dish of the ones we tried.. I am planning on going back just to have the Cod dish... To end it all, we shared the coconut creme brûlée... and it was one of the best I've ever had! They currently have a 2 for 1 entree coupon which expires on the 30th of June... Don't miss out!

    (5)
  • Parry G.

    My best guess is that the kitchen staff quit and they were replaced by poorly trained mice. I think they must have been having an off day. We went off season in the summer and ate from the cheaper lunch menu. Worst asian food of my life. Rice was clumpy. Not sticky. Clumpy. Like when your college roommate tried to make rice for the first time. The place was empty and it took almost an hour between the two different waves of hors d,oeuvres, let alone the wait for the actual meal. The fish tasted fishy. Really fishy. The server was doing her best but the kitchen must have been a total disaster.

    (1)
  • Mary C.

    Waited 25 minutes for a table even though more than four tables were opened. Not good for hungry kids. They provide menu special and not regular menu (hostess and waiter stereotyped us) - when asked they provide only one full menu for a party of five. Food was different and unique for asian fusion and very good - sweet and sour pork, duck, madras chicken, and nori crusted tuna was perfect, service was mediocre except for friendly manager. Expensive for mediocre service but food was very good.

    (3)
  • Dee K.

    Wahso was good- upscale asian in park city. A tad pricey, but its the food, drinks, atmosphere package. Its so hard to find a place on Main Street to have dinner if you dont make rezzos, let alone to find open rezzos. We were not aware of this, so we walked from restaurant to restaurant searching for an open table- Wahso was completely booked that evening, bit squeezed us in with the promise that the table would be free in an hour. It was not a bad spot to get lucky. We got kungpao shrimp appetizer and some crispy fried wontons were brought to the table to much on, served with a delish yellow curry dipping sauce. I have a basil and pineapple sake-tini which was shaken and poured table-side. The shaker was also left at the table to finish off. I opted for lamb shank, which was served with a rich jus, creamy polenta and crispy ginger-infused collards. My fiance had the pork ramen. Both dishes were generous portions and delish. 4 stars only because it is a bit pricey- but its yummy and a great atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Miguel A.

    Awesome Asian spot. Well worth the money, the green beans were amazing, as is the edamame. Can't go wrong with the forbidden tofu dish either!

    (5)
  • Julie K.

    Good restaurant, excellent service (Treated very well) Everyone enjoyed their food. Each time I go, always a treat. A great spot for entertaining...

    (4)
  • Adam S.

    Chinese Fusion, there are very few traditional dishes. The booths are cool and they give you a nifty hot mint towel to wash your face with as you set down. That was the best part of the meal Nothing impressed me. Nothing was inedible.

    (3)
  • Craig M.

    We visited Wahso last Saturday evening for a "date night", the last evening they were open prior to their annual fall closure. It was an excellent dining experience. We were able to sit in one of the booths, definitely one of the more romantic places to enjoy a meal and conversation. The waitstaff was attentive, there when you wanted them there and vice versa, and knew how to present and pour wine correctly. Not all restaurants in our conservative state have a clue on how to do this! We started out with the Vietnamese egg rolls, a nice rendition on a traditional Asian restaurant favorite. It was followed by the watermelon and goat cheese salad, surprisingly good with lots of various complimentary ingredients to accompany the fruit and cheese. The entrees were the Chili-Galangal Duck and the Miso Black Cod. We've been to Wahso before, knew the black cod was outstanding, and not normally being fans of duck nonetheless decided to give it a try. It was really good, tender,and the quinoa that came with it was a fine accompaniment. On our waitstaff's recommendation, we had the Bananas Foster for dessert, and they steered us in the right direction - the butterscotch miso sauce alone could bring you to tears! All in all, Wahso delivered an outstanding dining experience last Saturday evening, worthy of a five-star rating. With it being the last night they were scheduled to be open, one could expect a bit of a letdown and "we're done" attitude - it didn't happen. Kudos to their staff for being "on their game" right up until the last moment. It was the best of several experiences we've had at Wahso, and we'll be back!

    (5)
  • B Q.

    A typical rule of restaurants (at least for me) is that things start great and tend to taper off. How many times have you been blown away by amazing drinks, mindblowing appetizers, then watched the experience slowly deteriorate from a 5-star to a 3-star night due to deteriorating service or food or whatever? Wahso, interestingly, was the exact opposite. The night started with a pretty good appetizer, but then things went crazy. The beet salad (with blood oranges) is outrageously good. Then the entrees were insane. The duck was phenomenal. The lobster special (shelled!) was mouthwatering. And then IT WAS DESSERT. I'm not a sweets guy, but the banana tart was ecstasy. The service was superb. We had a waiter named Peter and he was super-knowledgeable, he helped us navigate both the wine list and the intricacies of the menu. And he entertained us to an appropriate extent all the while. Beautiful people galore. The only teeny-tiny complaint is the noise level. It's a bit loud. I was at a table of 6, so maybe the size of our party was the problem. The booths are intimate and probably the best way to go. One of Park City's best. Highly recommended.

    (5)
  • Jacey B.

    Yum! I was visiting Park City to go skiing and was lucky enough to go to Wahso. First off, we had an absolutely outstanding waiter, Peter. He made excellent suggestions and was able to read the vibe of our table in a way that made for a great experience. Also, we had a large group and the round table was nice for holding a conversation. As for the food, everything was a highlight. For apps, one thing you have to get is the steamed buns. I could've eaten a plate of those for my dinner, though I'm glad I didn't because the main course was awesome. I had the beef with broccoli, which was a 14oz steak and quite delicious. I also tasted the scallops and the filet - both insanely good. For sides, we had the Brussels sprouts and green beans. Wow. Who knew you could dream about green beans and Brussels sprouts? I wish they handed out recipes! By the time dessert came, I was full but had to push on. I got the banana's foster. Tempura fried bananas and an insane caramel ice cream. I was also eying the creme brule. One of my dinner companions got it and said it was one of the best things she's ever had. All-in-all, this was a great restaurant for our group where we had an excellent meal on our vacation.

    (5)
  • Cindy F.

    Looking for the most charming restaurant on historic Main Street? Look no further than "Wahso". From the moment you walk up the steps and see the pretty red lights greeting you at the entrance you know you are about to enjoy a truly nice dinner...from the charm of the space with the Asian/Indonesian furniture and the wood floors to the very special private booths flanked with drapery on each side, it's difficult to decide if you want to be at a table in the center of the beautiful room or enjoy the private booth. The food is top-notch however as Vegan's we were pretty limited. They will try to accommodate you though. Really enjoyed the Edamame with Lemon Zest and Bay Spice for our appetizer. Be ready to pay the price though for this trendy/charming hot spot on Main.

    (4)
  • Sarah F.

    So amazingly tasty. Had I written this review last year it probably would have been 5 stars, but the service this time was very underwhelming. We were told multiple times that our table was almost ready but (insert lame/fake excuse here). First they were "setting out the glasses" and then they were "putting out the menus." If you're not ready have the decency to just tell us it'll be another 15-20 minutes so we can properly prepare. I also found it amusing that the phrasing the maitre'd used to us and every party that arrived that "it will be some minutes before we're ready." What does that mean? Some minutes? Very strange and annoying wording. But the food, as usual, was amazing. We were cramped into a way too small table, but I would do it again if I was told I'd have to if I wanted to come here again. The hamachi and edamame were appetizer winners, along with the black cod for the entree. The sake martinis were very delicious with flavors ranging from refreshing to very sweet/girly. They need to watch that they don't get too arrogant and realize repeat customers are the key to good business, but so far still a solid Park City selection.

    (4)
  • Ian W.

    Restaurant recommended by agent - excellent food and service. Well worth the price. You have to try the duck entree.

    (5)
  • H. H.

    We've dined here three times. The first (3 years ago) deserved a 4 star rating. The second (last year) was a 3 star rating. This time gets a 2 star rating. They must have changed the chef because unfortunately the food has gone downhill. The flavors just aren't balanced - one of our dishes was very very salty and the other was too sour and a bit undercooked fish. Service has always been fine, just pretty unlikely we will again because of the straight line rating drop over time.

    (2)
  • Nicole D.

    The food here was delicious. We ate here during our recent trip to Park City and luckily had made a reservation in advance because the restaurant was packed with people hoping to get a table at prime dinner time. We were seated at a round table which was nice for our group of six so we could all talk to each other. Favorites included the miso cod, scallops with cauliflower puree, and salmon with crab. Complex flavors and beautifully executed. Only dish we didn't love as much was the shrimp curry with noodles as it could have used some more sauce as it was a little on the dry side. Definitely pricey, but that's to be expected for Main Street. No matter your age, remember your ID if you plan on drinking. They almost didn't serve my mom (mid-50s) even though she had two of her kids there who had ID's showing they were over 21. Luckily, the manager came over and resolved it pretty quickly though :)

    (4)
  • Jim S.

    The eight of us had an excellent dinner tonight. From the black cod, to Duck l'orange, to the salmon, even the General Tso... Great!

    (5)
  • Tricia R.

    looking for a nice, quiet, private dinner in park city? stop in here, fo' sho. the alcove seating that lines the perimeter of the inside dining area is such a nice touch of privacy. it will make you want to close the curtains! so i took my friend here for his birthday. the drinks were good, and pretty strong for utah standards. i had the red lotus lychee martini, and he had the cucumber mint martini. or were they saketinis? i don't remember. we had the chinese buns w/pork belly and the soft shell crab appetizers. both were annihilated. then we split the watermelon and goat cheese salad. inhaled it. then he had the kurobuta pork short rib and i had the crab crusted salmon. mine was really good, but that short rib was off the chains! for dessert we split the bananas foster with salted caramel ice cream and miso butterscotch dressing. it was SO good! and shout out to our awesome awesome waiter zaid for not only complimenting me on my shoes, but for making just really good recommendations, being so chill overall, and for understanding me when i said "bananas foster" in my brooklyn accent. thank you again for the birthday dessert!! :) i'm admittedly a bit picky when it comes to food, but this place was really good. i go to utah almost every year to snowboard, so i was curious to see if the summer would have their B squad working... but that was not the case here.

    (4)
  • Anita R.

    Have to admit, Loved it! Have eaten here several times before and had less than stellar experiences. Was fabulous this time! The manager Karen was wonderful and warm and our waiter was nice and very well informed about the menu and wine. Could have been a bit more attentive, I had to flag someone for a 2nd glass of wine, but overall good. The pork buns are a must have, as is the coconut soup! Both are excellent! Had the crab encrusted salmon and it was fantastic! Can hardly wait to go back!

    (4)
  • Angela m.

    I was in Park City for the weekend and our first night out was Friday night. We waited too long to go to dinner and before we knew it the Miner's horn was sounding. We attempted to eat at two other restaurants, but were turned away because they were closing. We walked into Wahso, which has a fabulous street presence, at 10:01pm. We asked if they were still serving and the lovely host said she would ask the chef if he would take one more table. We were in! The same lovely woman recommended her favorite dishes and we ordered them all, quickly, to be accommodating to the chef and his staff. Everything was amazing! We savored every bite of the filet, spicy green beans, potatoes, pork belly buns and enjoyed a great glass of wine! They did not have to serve us, but they did and it was one of the best meals I had all weekend! I am definitely going back when I visit Park City again.

    (5)
  • Max C.

    An old favorite of mine, I was delighted to return to Wahso after a few years without a visit. I was terribly disappointed. The prices were awful, $20 for fishy hamachi sashimi and $42 for mediocre scallops. The pork short ribs were cooked into oblivion and the shrimp masala tasted like a fine fusion of airline food and cardboard. The mussels were repulsive and undercooked, which shocked me as they were all open (maybe the chefs pried the shells open?) Please, if you somehow find yourself at this hellhole, walk across the street to Yuki Arashi and enjoy a fantastic meal there.

    (1)
  • Jennifer S.

    We stopped in last night for Wahso Wednesdays...and what a deal it is for the quality of food and drink served! I had the cocktail of the night and could have enjoyed many more - it was a take on the pina colada and it was delicious. We started with the edamame and potstickers and both were fantastic! The old bay on the edamame gave it some additional flavor that we unexpected and so delightfully good. They gave each table some chips to dip in their mustard sauce - wow, this stuff is addictive! For my entree, I enjoyed the beef with broccoli and ate every last morsel...so tasty, flavorful and just the right portion size. The rest of our party enjoyed their dinners as well - the korean chicken, the teriyaki salmon and the crab crusted salmon - yummy! The only reason I didn't give this place five stars...our server seemed bothered that we asked to do separate checks and that we were ordering off of the Wahso Wednesday menu!

    (4)
  • Riley A.

    Five star ambiance, five star prices, five star decor, and then it all fell apart once our server arrived. Server was kind and accommodating, but clearly an amateur, with little knowledge of food pairings, and keeping proper attention to the table. Also very limited knowledge of the menu. Cocktails: -coconut marg: oversweet, and presentation was all over the place with a huge rocks glass, coconut shavings on the rim. -green martini: oversweet, gaudy presentation; came with a plastic shaker at the table like a Nalgene bottle. Felt like something you'd have at Dave and busters. We ordered 4 apps for the table: -Octopus: overcooked -Spring rolls: good, cool presentation -Tuna Tartare: good, served on a long dish in small pieces, great for sharing. -Potstickers: good and flavorful My entree: Wagyu beef and broccoli: let me just say this. I've never sent a dish back in my entire life. This is actually my first review I've ever written in my life. This dish was so horrible that I sent it back and I'm now "yelping" about it. It would've been fine if this place was reasonably priced. And I have absolutely no issue with a high priced fine dining experience. I'm happy to pay for that experience. However this place is robbery, if I'm spending 60 dollars on a steak it better be comparable to a fine steakhouse. Overall pretty bad.

    (2)
  • Michael P.

    This was my 6th or 7th time over the years to Wahso. I have been here with just a casual table for two all the way to a nine person business dinner. Most recently, my group of three came in on Saint Patricks Day. Since I have been to P.C many times, I was designated to "pick the place". I had not set up reservations since we were a small group and I did not know if we would pub crawling or look for something better when it came to dinner. At 8:00pm we walked in without a reservation and were seated by 8:15pm in one of their cool 'secluded' booths. Perfect for our group. Started with a 750ml of Sake (it is a good, but not overwhelming selection) and a variety of apps. I especially enjoyed the Vietnamese Spring Rolls and Tom Kha Gai. Both were well-executed. Blistered Green Beans went over really well too after enjoying a few pints of Guinness on Main St. Entrees up next (the three of us shared): Black Cod, 'Beef and Broccoli' upgraded with Wagyu and Short Rib Ramen. Each of these was interesting and flavorful. Black Cod is my usual choice and it has remained one of the most reliable and delicious fish dishes in Park City. On the most innovative side, the Short Rib Ramen was kick ass with a poached egg and great noodles. Portions are BIG with the proteins and I am guessing 6 to 7 o.z. each for the Cod and steak. Service was spot on as usual with just the right tempo and knowledge. On a side note, the service I've had with larger groups has been better than expected. In fact, remarkable. This place knows how to match a server to a particular group. Great job Wahso. Looking forward to coming back this summer!

    (5)
  • Gloria F.

    My friend and I had dinner here last Friday night. In a word yum yum yum. Wahso is Michael white's asian themed restaurant in pc (local celebrity restauranteur). The menu is asian themed and had a lot of fusion type entrees like miso cod but always with a european twist. What I love is that the menu items are labeled gluten free when applicable. For asian entrees, it's surprising that they have so many gluten free items, given the addition of gluten to many of the sauces. The restaurant also has a nice selection of wines and wines by the glass. Our original wine was not to our liking and our super gracious server was more than happy to replace it stating, "why drink something you don't like?" Food deserves a solid A/A- (I'm spoiled by NYC cuisine) with an A+ once you factor in service and excellent ambiance of the restaurant.

    (5)
  • Carolyn V.

    The Good: :: it's a local business :: location...it's on the main street in Park City :: they have diverse, delicious menu offerings :: clean interior :: the kung pao shrimp appetizer is really tasty and crispy...very well made! :: steamed chinese buns with kimchi were good :: clean bathrooms The Bad: :: the spring rolls were nothing to write home about. just bland. :: octopus was also nothing to write home about. overcooked and the sauce was meh. The Ugly: :: we had extremely unfriendly, inattentive, non-engaging, and snobby service. we had originally planned on going to the Bangkok Thai restaurant but saw the menu for this restaurant and decided to try it instead. big mistake. BIG BIG mistake. we walk in, ask if we can get a table, get asked if we have a reservation, respond we don't, and then it all went downhill from there. mind you, we were in there around 5:30pm on a Saturday and there were only a few tables occupied. the rest of the restaurant was quite empty because it was so early in the day still. i don't know if our server was having a bad day or thought we couldn't afford to eat there or thought we were going to be a bunch of obnoxious diners (we were a group of 7 women) or what. regardless, she was very snooty and condescending in how she treated us. for example, when she walked around with hot towels to wipe our hands with and some people said no, she rolled her eyes. who does that? seriously, who does that? she made a face like "okaaaaaaaaaay". we noticed, and we were taken aback. mind you, we were not loud, we were not drunk, we were not rowdy. we were just saying no thanks to the offer of hot towels for our hands. her "niceness" and her "smile" seemed very forced and it made for a super awkward dynamic. swear to you that we weren't jerks to her and we kept asking around the table if someone did or said something to make her behave so weirdly towards us. no one could figure it out. needless to say, we kept our time there as short as possible and only ordered appetizers (because we were starving) and a few beers so we could get the hell out. the mood was killed, she ignored us a lot of the evening, and we just wanted the F out of there. Would I go back? No, I wouldn't. I want my dining experiences to be pleasant, not ruined by unfriendly, snobby, and unpleasant service. There are too many alternatives for dining out in Park City, so why go back and risk getting another full serving of Bitchy Resting Face? This place is OUT.

    (1)
  • Thomas A.

    My fortune cookie had no fortune. That sums up my experience. I went on the Wednesday night special and the portions were made for ants.

    (1)
  • Rachel E.

    NOTE: I originally intended to give Wahso 4 stars, somehow there was a misclick and I gave them 3. So now they get 4! DISCLAIMER: This is another unconventional review for a stop on the Bon Appetit Grub Crawl, so my experience may not reflect an average dinner service. This was our last stop before the ending party so we were already pretty satiated with food and libations at the previous three locations but Wahso started things off right with some delicious cocktails: a gin-lemonade concoction, a pineapple drink and a light, fresh cucumber option. We started on the patio and sampled the Steamed Chinese Buns with pork belly, Vietnamese Spring Rolls and Wok-Seared Potstickers (which I don't think were pork but I can't recall at the moment), along with the view of Main Street which was lovely. Everything tasted fresh and was well-cooked, as far as the steamed buns and potstickers are concerned, although there was cilantro in all of the dishes which I was a little bummed about since I am not at all a fan of the flavor of that herb (personal problem). We then moved into the dining room where we were shocked to see that they have even more food to serve us! They had a red and a white wine to pair with both of the dishes which was lovely; first came the Tuna Tartare which had excellent accompaniment and was paper-thin and delicious. The last dish was seared scallops served with some thin noodles (most likely rice) and a few other bits which I really enjoyed and came together really smoothly. The scallops were done perfectly to my liking, seared on the outside, just barely warm inside; I know that my partner was not happy with them but he is a little sketchy about under-cooked seafood, particularly scallops so I think that is just his choice. I ate his extra scallops, so it all worked out for me. The service here was great, the manager was very friendly and accommodating and we had a very nice experience; as we were leaving they supplied us all with a little bag of baked goodies from one of Bill White's other ventures, The Bakery at Windy Ridge. They were tasty, unique little morsels such as a chocolate-dipped fortune cookie, peanut butter shortbread dipped in chocolate, coconut macaroon, a ginger-molasses treat and a classic sugar cookie with sprinkles. A very nice ending to a lovely night, I really appreciated the chance to check out their unique beverages and food and would love to try some of Bill White's other restaurants.

    (4)
  • Hutch C.

    Execution service was super friendly, but slow. Food was fully priced, but excellent. Duck buns were by far the best app!

    (4)
  • Heather B.

    Delicious Asian fusion with great service. They bring out wonton chips to start the meal (an asian alternative to chips & salsa). Great selection of sake and menu with so much to choose from. Our table shared 4 different apps & 4 different entrées; everything was excellent! Highly recommended!

    (4)
  • Shereen A.

    Both $50 plates salmon and cod severed cold. No apologies from waiter...will not return

    (1)
  • Frank W.

    Absolutely one of our favorites in Park City! The food is excellent, the service is very good, and there are some great cocktails. It can get very busy and noisy at times, but if you are a small group (4 or less), request one of the little alcoves, and at least you have some privacy (in fact, they make a lovely romantic little spot for a tete-a-tete). Amongst the appetizers, our favorite are the steamed chinese buns, either the pork belly or the duck confit. Imagine a taco made from the same stuff that char siu bai is made from, and then stuff it with lovely pork belly or duck confit, and some great pickled cucumbers. Yum! The octopus is also very good and nicely charred, although it has more of a Spanish feel than Asian. Oh well, it tastes good! And the pork potstickers are delicious, if nothing unusual. Among entrees, the miso black cod is a stand out (although probably not quite as flavorful as Matsuhisa's in LA), and I adore the chili-galangal duck, a succulent duck breast cooked medium rare, encased in a very tasty dry spice rub, accompanied by a confit leg, and a rather unusual hash of various root vegetables. Oh, and don't forget to check out the drink menu, especially the Washo martinis. There are some very good and creative cocktails, one even won the annual Park City cocktail contest a few years back.

    (4)
  • Grace M.

    DO NOT EAT HERE. We had an 8:15 reservation, when we arrived the lobby was completely packed with people who had been waiting for an hour plus for their table. One woman said this is how it always is, so this was not a one time thing. We were packed in like sardines and the hostess told us it was a "10 minute wait" and that someone was "busing our table" which was a blatant lie since we waited for an hour and 15 minutes before saying we were going to leave. The manager came and asked us to stay but said it would be another 20 minutes. We left and had an amazing meal a few doors down at a thai place. Two other tables walked up and joined us. The staff seemed pleasant but I have seen such a mismanaged and disrespectful restaurant.

    (1)
  • Anya R.

    Came here with a big group for dinner - the food is mediocre at best and the service is very slow. We ordered wine and it took at least 15 minutes for the wine to get to our table. The main courses were all a bit cold, which is crazy given that each main course was close to $100. Wouldn't recommend.

    (2)
  • David M.

    A super place right in the heart of downtown Park City. I strongly recommend sitting outside if you can, so you can see all the activity of the Main Street from your table. The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the food was outstanding. FYI, they have an AMAZING special on Wednesday nights during the summer--$5 appetizers and $12 entrees. A huge value compared to the regular menu!!! One of the $12 entrees was a teriyaki salmon that was to die for!! For appetizers, we had kung pao chicken wings and vegetable rolls. Both were outstanding--spicy and flavorful. Summer Wednesdays at Wahso are wonderful!!!

    (4)
  • Mike C.

    My wife and I ate at Wahso tonight 12/30/14. This was arguably the worst dining experience I have ever had. First, the staff overbooked every reservation time, resulting in having to wait 40 minutes AFTER our reservation time just to be seated. The restaurant has no bar, so my wife and I, along with about 30 other people waiting to be seated, were crammed into their tiny lobby. Once seated, the experience did not improve. My whiskey drink was weak and watered down. My short rib was DRY and bland while my wife's filet was very ordinary. I was honestly shocked at the mediocrity of the food. Long story short: horrible, no, atrocious management, mediocre food and thus extremely overpriced. With all the dining choices on Main Street in Park City don't waste your time here.

    (1)
  • Dawn T.

    Fabulous dinner. Another reviewer described it as "fully priced" which is true but they deliver and the food was excellent. Out of this world cod dish, filet mignon, hamachi appetizer, creme brûlée, and bananas foster just to name a few--we were 8 for dinner. Suggest you pay attention to the positive reviews, they fit our experience best. Thanks to Sean for great service and a willingness to share his knowledge of the food preparation. We'll be working to replicate the ponzu/drawn butter accompaniment to the steak--awesome!

    (5)
  • Chris H.

    Terrible experience. Will not return. Either will anyone I know to tell. Many other wonderful choices along Main St.

    (1)
  • Jon F.

    My favorite restaurant in PC -- food, drink and service.

    (5)
  • Marianna M.

    Solid but very overpriced. $46 for black cod??? Yikes. If $ is no object and you dont mind overpaying, go for it. I am from NY so we have loads of good pan-asian food at a fraction of the cost.

    (3)
  • jay t.

    We had dinner during xmas holiday with 2 families of 4 adults and 4 children. Our guests were kosher and vegans - so we were a very complex party to make happy. Our waitress who was a local, was super helpful and made sure our guests were accommodated. Everyone ate very sell. I had the miso cod. I'm chinese and originally had this dish about 20 years ago for the first time at Nobu - and I have to say Washo did a great job. It was also nice to have asian food after eating at DV all week. We first visited Washo about 15 years ago and sat inside a booth. We have a very nice experience.

    (4)
  • Marla S.

    Dinner was delicious. We were a large group and service was excellent! Definitely a must. Chicken and hamachi were off the charts.

    (5)
  • Dane P.

    Yesterday when I checked this yelp page, Wahso was mysteriously ranked 3.5 stars. Today 4. I am CONVINCED it is because of Jill. Jill is the best server ever. Thoughtful, kind and warm as a summer day. She treated us so well and made excellent recommendations. You cannot go wrong. Get the steamed buns, beef and broccoli, cod, lamb shank...everything is amazeballs. You absolutely must sit in Jill's section, you will have the best time! We will be back again! Twice already!!

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :5:00 pm - 10:00pm
  • Mon : 5:00 pm - 10:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : No
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : No
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Romantic, Classy
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No

Wahso An Asian Grill

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