THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Chenez
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Chenez Restaurant Review: You can never be underdressed at most restaurants in Park City---most, that is, but Chenez. This romantically set, elegant French bistro prides itself on its first-class attention to everything from the warm crusty bread and individual porcelain butter servers to the never-see-drop Grand Marnier soufflé for two. The ceremonial activities of regular restaurants (presentation of food, filling of water and wine glasses, clearing of dishes) go virtually unnoticed, the service is that smooth. The substantial menu makes it tough to decide. Start with French onion soup gratinée or seared scallops in a sauce of garlic, lemon and butter studded with pine nuts? Or maybe the salad of wilted spinach, shrimp, mushrooms, roasted peppers and applewood-smoked bacon? The main courses, too, leave you wondering what to choose: tender, tableside-carved Chateaubriand for two or seared elk loin with sun-dried cherry-and green-peppercorn demi-glace? Everything tastes as satisfying as it sounds. The wine list, however, can get pricey, so take advantage of the Utah law that lets you carry in a bottle, provided there's a state liquor store sticker on it.