By KEVIN ELZE
Goofy summed it up best when he said, “I want to eat until I die.”
Although this fixation with food may seem a bit much, the Provo/Orem area is a great place to play the “restaurant game” with a wide variety of restaurants available to visit.
If you are craving a “manly” piece of meat, Carvers is the place to visit. Although it is on the higher end of the price range, it will provide you with a rich and savory meal.
For those who are feeling like something south of the border, Provo is the place to find it. While El Azteca, La Casita, and Mi Ranchito offer a wide variety of genuine Mexican cuisine — Los Hermanos is a little less authentic but still the tastiest of them all.
For a real life “big city” experience, Gandolfo’s is the place to go. An underground New York deli, Gandolfo’s offers the mood of the “big apple” with its street sign decor and sandwiches that are easily the best in town.
Until recently, Provo was without any sign of a decent Chinese restaurant. Then came China Lily. It is the best thing that has happened to Provo since BYU Football’s national championship.
Besides the nationally know Olive Garden, Provo has two other Italian restaurants: The Brick Oven and La Dolce Vita