Chef Hayat's Afghani Cuisine
Hayat moved to Utah in June of 2011 from Afghanistan. He decided to pursue An absence of Afghani restaurants in Salt Lake City drove him to pursue his own food business. When asked why he started Hayat’s Grill, he responded “to share my culture with others in hopes of erasing hatred that has taken place in so many hearts and bridging gaps over a cup of tea.”
September 8-15 is Eat Local Week in Utah, a full week dedicated to educating the community about local eating habits and opportunities, empowering consumers to take charge of the food they eat, and encouraging people to "eat local" with the Eat Local Challenge! More information can be found at EatLocalWeek.org.
This week's menu includes local produce from New Roots Farm in Salt Lake City.
Meat Entree (GF): Afghan-spiced fried chicken marinated in garlic, lemon, and a special spice blend, served with roasted cauliflower
Vegan Entree (GF): Kidney bean stew cooked with tomatoes, onions, garlic, and spices.
Each entree comes with a spinach salad with tomatoes, cucumber, and parsley served with cilantro chutney.
Orders must be submitted by Tuesday at 12pm! You will receive an email confirmation upon completion.
Pick up and pay at Spice (2180 South & 300 West, Suite 102) between 4-6:30pm each Thursday. Chefs accept cash, check, and card payments.
1-3 Orders $10 each +tax
4+ Orders $9 each +tax
If possible, bring your own bag for pick up!