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Salt Lake City Restaurant – La Caille – It’s French Eclectic


Utah News Links is quickly becoming the most reliable, easy to use source, for Salt Lake City restaurant reviews & information. This week we had a chance to visit the premiere Salt Lake City French restaurant - La Caille. Our staff writers were delighted with the assignment, and boast from their visit to this beautiful location.

La Caille offers a unique dining experience in Salt Lake City, Utah. La Caille is an AAA Four Diamond Award Winner, and has received this prestigious award every year since 1994, longer than any other Salt Lake restaurant. Nestled in the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon on 22 gorgeous acres, La Caille offers a dining experience unlike any other Salt Lake City restaurant. We would refer to it as Versailles meets Dr. Seuss meets Edward Scissorhands - It’s French eclectic.

The French eclectic style is manifest in the gorgeous 18th century style French chateau that houses this Salt Lake City restaurant. One can see elements of Parisian flair, complimented by stylistic nods to the French countryside. Another unique aspect to La Caille, one of Salt Lake City’s finest restaurants, is its wine program. La Caille has Utah’s most extensive wine program, offering over 500 selections, and is also one of Utah’s three licensed and bonded wineries.

La Caille produces 300 cases of a Seyval Blanc annually, the Seyval Blanc is a French American hybrid, similar to a chardonnay. This is a grape better suited for the climate of Salt Lake City, Utah.

This Salt Lake City restaurant also offers a beautiful location for hosting private events. La Caille offers four dining rooms on three levels, as well as the Grand Pavilion, which is where many of private events take place. In the Spring and Summer seasons La Caille boasts 6 beautiful patios with exquisite views; ranging from the river side patio to breath taking views of the Salt Lake Valley’s Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Beyond the amazing locale, the fine wines and the knowledgeable staff, the food is the element that keeps locals as well as visitors to Salt Lake City coming back. Its European meets Continental, combined with a little Asian Fusion. For an appetizer we would recommend the Vegetable Napoleon, the rack of lamb as an entree, and the Baked Alaska for dessert is to die for.

Reservations are encouraged for this elegant Salt Lake City restaurant. Visit for more information.


Contributed by Errin A. Pedersen - Restaurant & Dining Division


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