We visited Elements with trepidation. Recent reviews were mixed - poor food, poor service. And then there were the very good reviews. Ours falls into the latter category - our dinner was excellent. They were running their 2 for $44 special - 1 appetizer, 2 salads or soup, two main courses and two desserts. It was a limited menu but contained the dishes we were planning on ordering just not that many courses. Left to our own devices, we would have ordered an appetizer to share, each would have an entrée and a dessert to share. But it was too good a deal to pass up. We thought the portions might be smaller - they weren't. We shared the Thai Lettuce Wrap appetizer - I don't know if the other appetizers are as good but this was outstanding. I have had this dish in other restaurants but never prepared like this. It would also make a wonderful lunch. We each had the spinach salad - one would have been large enough to share. It was a very good salad. I ordered the diver sea scallops served on a bed of sweet potatoes (could have had the smashed garlic potatoes). My husband had the mixed grill served with fettuccini. The presentations were beautiful. Knowing dessert was still to come, we only ate half our dishes and boxed the rest to take back to our room for lunch the next day. Both our dishes were excellent. My scallops were beautifully caramelized and while only three, they were huge - true diver sea scallops. We both chose the chocolate soufflé for dessert which was served with chocolate chip ice cream decorated with chocolate and raspberries. The food was a surprise to us for Logan. None of the restaurants we have eaten at this past week in Logan have come close to the quality, taste, presentation and service that we received on a Monday night in Elements. Our server Shannon made sure that everything was served timely and that we were not rushed or waiting. We have a few more vacation days in town and will try to return; this restaurant is a keeper. And by the way the location is beautiful, (set on the Logan River) as is the interior. Try for a window view if you are sitting inside; the entire restaurant presents a sophisticated city atmosphere vs. small town. The only down side was the martini my husband had. It was the smallest martini we have ever seen. Seems Utah laws limit the size of hard liquor drinks. Do wine or beer.