At first glance, Fletcher’s doesn’t seem family friendly. Right on Main Street in Park City, there’s some trendy decor and items like tartare on the menu. But, in fact, it’s a wonderful place for families. They have a children’s menu and the moment we told them we were on “kid time” they brought our food out in record time. All this while still having very adult approved menu items…basically, everyone wins.
The menu was easy to navigate: items shaded in gray are entrée size; no shading = app portion. That said, the appetizers are nicely portioned so you won’t be disappointed if you get two apps as your meal, like many of us did. We also got a couple sides for the table: fries with aioli (which my nephew deemed to be particularly good “dip dip sauce” “even better than ketchup”) and asparagus with radishes and parmesan. The radishes and parm didn’t necessarily add much to that dish, but the asparagus itself was cooked simply and well.
Several of us (myself included) got the tuna tartare, which came on top of an avocado mousse in a cold soy-citrus broth with wonton crisps. It was delicious and, as far as tuna tartare goes, particularly melt-in-your-mouth quality.
My Mom and I also each got the heirloom tomato, burrata, and avocado salad. Oh what? Two of my favorite things in one dish? Ok. I thought there could have been a biiiit more avocado, but overall a great salad.
Also on the table: pork osso bucco over polenta and beef/buffalo with blue cheese fondue. It’s Utah – you have to get buffalo at some point, and I thought this was a unique preparation.
This was one meal that left everyone completely satisfied. Fletcher’s is the kind of place where they have fun with things. Small but fun twists abound on the menu – and that’s the kinda of thing my fam really likes. We even had fun paying the bill, which came inside a cute notebook that served as a guestbook. We were very happy to leave our own mark.