In some places, the world of fine dining is evolving into a sensory overloading experience aimed more at the environment than the cuisine in many cases. Food has almost second a back seat to visually intimidating spaces filled with uncomfortable chairs, chirping smartphones, and all the other unwanted intrusions into a dining experience.
Chef Carmine has gone in a different direction at his restaurant. Carmine’s atmosphere is comfortable and warm. As you enter, the fireplace serves as the best ambassador to let his guests know they’re going to enjoy a relaxing and cozy experience. The restaurant takes its diners in a whole different direction by enveloping diners in the aromas, tastes, and delights that only an Italian chef can create using genuine, Italian ingredients. Appetizers that make you smile and entrées that fill your mouth with flavors impossible to find anywhere else … and the desserts that you order two of so you can take one home to savor at the end of the day.
Perhaps modern dining is taking a turn back to a less visual and more food-focused experience. At Carmine’s restaurant in Salt Lake City, the focus is on the entire experience coming together in the best possible way letting diners enjoy the finest Italian dining experience centered on the cuisine in an atmosphere and ambiance of traditional fine dining.