Restaurant review: Laziz Kitchen brings taste of Middle East to Salt Lake's burgeoning Central Ninth

Nothing adds life and texture to a city like neighborhood bars and restaurants. Happily, Salt Lake City offers a growing number of buzzing hubs that offer both, including the corner that is home to Laziz Kitchen.
Laziz, which evolved from a business selling hummus at the Pioneer Park farmers market to a full-fledged restaurant, offers a Middle Eastern menu, from stuffed grape leaves to kibbeh and kafta. It also has a small selection of beer and wine, which means if you can’t squeeze into the Wat…