Wednesday, July 27, 2011

quails song

As a teenager, I dreamt about having my wedding at either Memory Grove

or at La Caille.

La Caille was a French estate that was transported stone by stone to the canyonside. It has always been upscale, and a little bit different than most other places in Salt Lake City.

Their brunch menu is to die for:
Brunch is served every Sunday, tabelside service off the menu. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

Included with your entrée

Amuse Bouche

Freshly Baked Croissants

Swan Profiterole

Beverage Selections

Columbian Supremo Coffee :$3

Tomato Juice, Cranberry Juice, Apple Juice, Orange Juice :$5

Specialty Cafés

Topped with Chantilly Cream

Café La Caille

Cappuccino, Kahlua, Frangelico & a Splash of Orange Liqueur

Café Theatre

Coffee, Bailey’s, Crème de Cacao & Frangelico

Copper Café

Butterscotch schnapps, coffee, & Bailey’s

Café Foster

Coffee, Dark Rum, Crème de Banana, & Crème de Cacao

Welsh Rarebit & Pork Chop

The Traditional English Hunt Breakfast with a Sauce of Ale & Sharp Cheddar : $27.00

Traditional Eggs Benedict

Poached Eggs & Hollandaise Over Broiled English Muffin : $26.00

Petite Pain a la Francaise

La Caille’s Version of French Toast Baked Crème Brulee-Style : $20.00

Les Tournedos du Boeuf

Grilled Tenderloin Tips Served with Béarnaise : $36.00

King Crab Cakes

Alaskan King Crab Prepared New England Style with a Light Dijon Sauce : $33.00

Swordfish Picatta

Fresh Swordfish Lightly Sautéed with Chardonnay, Capers, Garlic, & Fresh Lemon : $31.00

Crepe Champignon

Fresh Crepe Filled with Trumpet Royale & Velvet Poippine Mushrooms & Fresh Seafood in a Ginger Spiked Cream Sauce. : $27.00

Portabella Benedict

Portabella Mushrooms, Filled with Oven Roasted Tomato, Mushrooms & Onions : $27.00

Nova Scotia Salmon & Latke

Smoked Silver Salmon on Potato Pancake : $29.00

Crab Benedict

Traditional Benedict Prepared with King Crab : $33.00

Petite Filets

Two Center-Cut Filets with Béarnaise : $24.00

The selections have not changed much over the years, and I am sure the food is still amazing, otherwise they would not still be in business.
The scenery and landscaping is gorgeous.
Plus, how can you not love a place with peacocks roaming the grounds?

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