Top Review:“Hold up, I need a nap!!! Man this place is incredible, I have been finding some great spots here in Utah and this was no different. Sweet Lake, get ready for a dope biscuit experience. I order the Biscuit Sandwich and my husband order the French Toast. They are also known for their lemonade drinks, they have their own lemonade bar. If you in SLC, make sure you visit Sweet Lake you won’t regrets it. Ooh and they also have outside seating.” – Catalina V.
If you’re looking for the best egg dishes in the area, you’ll find them in Eggs in the City.
You’ve got to try their omelet menu or build your own and have a little fun! They are an unassuming and simple spot, always filled with happy customers.
Visitors also recommend the eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, Greek skillet, French toast, and Florentine benedict.
Top Review:“I was looking for a fantastic place to get a solid, tasty breakfast. Reading many of the reviews for this breakfast café I was sold. I decided to eat the breakfast sandwich with a side of diced potatoes. Very very delicious. I’ve been by this place a few times and it is always busy. Take that as a sign that they make really good food. When the weather is warm, you have a choice of eating inside or out on a patio. These guys have it all. A very simple menu, but quite a selection. The white staff was quite nice and very helpful even though it was busy when I came, I was able to see it very quickly, and my food was made perfectly and came out fairly fast. I’m impressed by this place and would like to visit more often. You’re looking around, take this is your sign that you need to just eat here.” – Nathan H.
Top Review:“I was visiting Salt Lake City for literally 24 hours. Found The Park Cafe on Yelp. As I walked up to it, it had such a cozy feel to it and felt so welcoming. I ordered the French toast and ate it with their homemade mixed berry sauce/jam. It was finger licking good!!! Highly recommend The Park Cafe!” – America B.
Top Review:“This place is the place for breakfast if you love good food! Expect to wait if you come on a weekend around 9-10am. The wait can be long, but the food is worth it. I did appreciate that you could put your name down on the waiting list on the Yelp App. I definitely recommend doing that! It cut our wait time in half. Make sure you try the pancakes…I think they are the best I’ve had!” – Kimberly G.
Top Review:“While driving my husband to a convention at the nearby convention center we happened upon Eggsburgh. The Benedict’s that we had for breakfast were delicious! I had the Irish one and my husband had one with shoulder bacon. I would highly recommend and would be happy to stop back in whenever I’m in SLC.” –
Top Review:“This is one of the favorite places to eat, I want to give it less stars just because the only gripe I have is I never have enough time to wait for a table. You will need 1-2 hours to wait for a table on a weekend for brunch. They do have a great artsy gift shop you can browse as you wait, with all sorts of lovely gifts and stickers and little gems. I love their juices and breakfast sandwiches, and as a vegetarian I love all their veggie options. And in the summer their patio is fully open which does allow for more seating and usually smaller wait times. Check it out, this is a special place I only wish it would stay open later in the evenings to try more of their lunch options.” – Aine C.
Top Review:“What a delightful cafe! Met up with a friend from out of town at this place and we both loved it. They roast their coffee in-house, which was a pleasant surprise as I was really craving some espresso. The menu is quite large, so there should be something for everyone. They also have both breakfast and lunch items on their brunch menu – perfect for in-between times. We got there at 12:30PM and opted for breakfast. I got Huevos Rancheros, which was super good AND only $11! Pretty much everything on the menu is reasonably priced. I’ll definitely be coming back!” – Rayce V.
Top Review:“Old fashioned diner in an old rail car that’s been expanded into a building and patio. The story of Ruth is on the menu and lends to the diner atmosphere. But this is not your typical greasy spoon. This is satisfying home cooking with a slightly elevated touch. More like how your granny would serve her favorite grandchild their favorite when they come to visit. It has that extra bit of love. Service was prompt as well. It’s a bit of a drive but worth it for the lovely view and fun atmosphere.” – Catherine Z.