Yuka Arashi, on Park City's Main Street, gets fish flown in regularly from Japan. Their tapas are inspired by Korean, Japanese and French cuisine—try the steamed pork belly buns or the New Zealand lamb chops with a mustard and miso dipping sauce. We liked the 84060 roll (the Park City zip code), which has spicy yellowtail, tempura shrimp, snow crab, mango, and spring greens, all wrapped in soy paper and drenched with eel sauce. yukiarashi.com
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