Fusing American favorites with flavors from the other side of the world is what makes Hidden Cuisine so special. Serving hearty food with options that appeal to every diet, you can be sure you’ll find something special at this favorite Moab restaurant.
Breakfast and Lunch to Keep You Going All Day
Do you ever wonder why it’s so hard to get the best of both worlds when it comes to breakfast, lunch, and everything in-between? Sometimes you just want a restaurant that can both please everyone in your group and beckon to the whims of someone who has been fasting all night but doesn’t know if they’re craving healthy or heavy. Sometimes we need greasy spoon options like traditional eggs and bacon or country-fried steak in addition to smoked salmon bagels or a healthy banana split (Hint: This is granola, yogurt, and a banana served with their special forest berries sauce) because we just don’t know what we want until we see it. The same goes for lunch. A variety of sandwiches and salads is great, but how about the option to choose the type of bread we want (including gluten-free) or type of wrap? If variety is what you crave, you’ve come to the right place. At the Hidden Cuisine, you’ll find all your traditional favorites in addition to some new concoctions that will have your mouth watering and your stomach thanking you in no time.
The Hidden Cuisine is open for day service Wednesday – Monday (closed Tuesday). Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and lunch is served noon – 2 p.m.
Dinner Options Like You’ve Never Seen
Dinner service at Hidden Cuisine is truly a dining experience you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else making it one of the best places to eat in Moab. The head chef, who if from South Africa, fuses flavors and ingredients from his homeland to bring you exquisite entrees with bold flavors that are completely original. Ranging from traditional burgers and sandwiches all the way to Bobotie, a South African original similar to meatloaf. It is comprised of seasoned ground beef stew, topped with egg custard and baked; served with yellow rice, fruit chutney and Soweto three-bean salad. Other menu favorites include South African Style Ribs, Lamb Shank, and Lemon Butter Prawn Fish.
Dinner service is available four days a week, Thursday-Sunday from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Where to Go
The Hidden Cuisine is located at 2740 S Highway 191, Moab UT 84532 and can be reached at 435-259-7711.