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“Food is tasteless”

Jasoh Prime Dining & Brew Pub
Ranked #117 of 385 Restaurants in Ogden
Price range: $45 - $55
Cuisines: Asian, Mediterranean
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Dining options: Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Lincoln Ave.
Transit: Jasoh is ONLY 2 BLOCKS from the brand new Frontrunner Train Station. The Frontrunner trains run between Salt Lake City and Ogden, and make several stops along the way. The Greyhound bus station is at the same location as the train stop.
Reviewed January 16, 2012

The place is nice but the food is horrible no flavor to anything. I practically ran out of salt just so it seemed like I was eating something other than cardboard. My wife and I both had the steak.

4  Thank Fightingirish801
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Reviewed January 15, 2012

It's not really a brew pub in any way shape or form. Ogden needs a good brew pub!

4  Thank Crummy1
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Reviewed September 11, 2011

On a Saturday night in Ogden you need to grateful for a restaurant that is clearly making an effort and has culinary distinctions. We were surprised and delighted to find Jasoh's. We ate on the pub side where the meals are priced more in the $15 -$25 range. There was live Celtic music. The menu ranges from salads to lite entrees and burgers plus they were featuring a whiskey pairing menu, with 3 American whiskeys and a whiskey cocktail paired with a salad, entree of pulled pork or shrimp and grits and a berries and bourbon foster dessert. Our server (who was also the bartender) was knowledgeable and solicitous in a good way. The restaurant specializes in flavor balsamic vinegars and good olive oils which you can buy to take home. All in all, a perfectly fine evening for about $30 per person.

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1  Thank keithwesterberg
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Reviewed September 8, 2011

I have been to this restaurant numerous times each year over the past few years- usually when other places in town are too crowded or not open. I'm not a picky eater, but it's always hard to find something on the menu to order (it sometimes sounds good, but the execution is horrible) my dining partners have the same issue as well. After this last visit my decision is easy- just never try again.

I settled for the Beef Mialnese and the gravy that accompanied the dish had the flavor and sodium content of something that originated in an envelope. My friend ordered a pasta dish that was swimming in grease.

Food was too salty, too greasy and the menu too stagnant.

I've tried the pub side and fine dining side and would say the same of both.

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4  Thank UtahPowderpuff
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Reviewed September 5, 2010

As the title says, had the caribbean pork sandwich, its more like a wrap being on flatbread. It was delicious, washed it down with a wagging tail golden ale. Service was also great.

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Thank friswa
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