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Friday Fun: Draper Food Edition


Hello! It’s time for the Friday Fun, again. This weeks edition takes place in Draper, Utah. Draper was home for about 10 years, on and off.  Being a foodie, but not a rich one, I present to you a few food options in Draper that won’t break your bank, but might be a little hard on your diet.

1) Peking Wok. Peking Wok is a small fast food-style restaurant that serves Chinese and Vietnamese food. When I worked for eBay Peking Wok was one of our standbys. Pretty much every Saturday night I’d find a way to get my lunch (dinner) there. The Deseret News likes it a lot too. I love the place because they serve lots of food for a good price, and everything is delicious. Of the Chinese food, I love the tofu and vegetables the best. If you get it, or any of the chinese food in a combo, you get fried rice, an egg roll,and enough of the entree to make two meals.Among the Vietnamese food my brother prefers the flat noodle with all of the meats, my dad the flat noodle with pork, my mom likes the rice noodle, and I lvoe the spring rolls. The spring rolls, with their combinaiton of BBQ pork, shrimp, noodles, and salad, are incredible and served with a delcious peanut sauce. I often have them as a meal. I should mention that the place is simple looking to the point of looking like a fast food place, but fear not. Flavor lies within.

2) The cafeteria at IKEA. IKEA is among my favorite places to shop, probably my very favorite largely non-craft store, in fact. (The have a fun fabric department.) It would be silly to deny that the cafeteria is anything other than that. The food is either comes from huge trays, or coolers. The sauces can look past their prime, and it’s not elegant, but I have not yet had a plate of swedish meatballs with cream sauce and potatoes that wasn’t delicious. The desserts are usually great as well, and there is an option to have sparkling juice. They have kid portions, if you’re worried about money/portion size. You can also pick up everything you need to make their signature dishes downstairs in the Swedish shop, just past the registers.

3) Gelato (and other goodies) at Harmon’s. The Harmon’s in Draper is not at all what I expected when I entered. It’s the prototype for the one that will be put in the City Creek project, and as such, has the feel of a place catering to the busy and overwhelmed. When you walk in you see a huge deli area with fancier-than-normal items like espresso rubbed tri-tip steak. The bakery is a little higher end and feels more like an actual bakery than an in-store one. All along that side of the store is a vast array of ready to eat foods, primed for the quick dinner fix. The cheese counter is an especially worthy stop. They claim that they have teh largest cheese selection in Utah… I really am not sure about that claim, but it is large and impressive. The Must Try item, however, is found at the coffee bar at the entrance. Gelato. Real, fresh, gelato. So rich (tasting), so flavorful. Try it. That’s all I’m saying. TRY it.

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“Friday Fun: Draper Food Edition”

  1. On May 8th, 2009 at 8:42 am Kristina Says:

    I am intrigued by the gelato at that Harmons. Next time I’m in Draper…

    Thank you for sharing.

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