The Wild Rose offers a very nice menu in a somewhat upscale setting. The restaurant has several dining areas, including a banquet room separated by a slick blue glass sliding wall, and an outside patio. We found the interior to be attractive, modern, and welcoming. The ceilings are very high (which helps with noise), the lighting is good, and tables are covered with white table cloths, so it did not feel stark to us.
We were there on a weeknight. We had reservations, but we didn't need them. Restaurant was about 30% full. They were slightly understaffed, but the servers did a nice job. Wisely, carafes of water are set on your table, so no need to be waiting for water service (and no annoying interruptions; I wish more places would do this). We never had to ask for silverware or extra plates for sharing -- servers were well-trained.
The menu is nice. It's not overly huge, but there are some interesting twists to the dishes and it's always a good sign when there is pork belly, properly prepared which ours was. Wine list is fine and there's a full bar. Biggest hits were the pork belly and scallop appetizers and the shrimp scampi. Coffee was good.
So overall, a very nice option for a date night (this is not a place for kids) with some items that are fit for foodies but still plenty of meat and potatoes type of dishes as well. Definitely recommend.
Note: It is VERY hard to find. Two of our nav systems failed to even recognize the street it is purported to be on. We failed to find it the first time we looked. The second time we wound up calling the restaurant. Technically it's at the intersection of Bangerter Rd and 11400, but it is set back on a mall "street," not facing the roads. To find it, look for Canyon Bicycles, which is visible from W 11400 S as well as from the connecting street, S 3770 W. Wild Rose is around the corner from Canyon Bicycles.
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