This time I was their guest to enjoy the same outdoor deck, summer time. We sipped a refreshing, nicely blended ginger limoncello – a drink that was 2010 Park City cocktail contest runner up. This libation would cost $19 in Manhattan, bue here was only $8; it is a blend of Domaine De Canton (ginger liqueur), Vodka 7000, Carvella Limoncello and house made lemonade.
Be sure to sample the delicate shrimp spring rolls filled with shrimp, napa cabbage, cilantro and glazed (but soggy) cashews wrapped in rice paper, served with a coconut-curry mustard sauce ($15). And, the attractively presented fresh Dungeness crab tower with pea sprouts, diced avocado and tomato, served with crispy won tons, and nicely spiced sauces of wasabi, ginger-soy and sweet chili ($19).
The Korean BBQ beef was the miss. Although we liked the sweet yet spicy flavor, both the bao bun and meat were a bit dry, the former not freshly steamed, the latter just needing more sauce ($16). A better option is the house-smoked pulled pork sandwich, filled with tender roasted Niman Ranch pork simmered in Polygamy Porter BBQ sauce, served on a ciabatta bun with a bit of cole slaw (I would have preferred more!) and with large crispy perfectly beer-battered onion rings, ($16).
The Ahi tuna, tossed on the grill just long enough to only put grill marks, for the taco came in a grilled flour tortilla topped with a mango and avocado salsa, over corn and back beans and served with a lime aioli with heat from smoked habanero ( $27),
The favorite dessert was their fresh strawberry shortcake made with a buttermilk biscuit and vanilla scented whipped cream. Simply sublime.
Royal Street Café
7600 Royal St
Park City, UT 84060