Cottonwood Heights restaurant offers new menu

July 4, 2016 by  

Like many communities, Cottonwood Heights has a limited number of restaurants for its residents to sample, sometimes forcing them to travel to nearby Salt Lake City for a gourmet meal. However, there’s now a local option that may fill this gap.

According to an article in the Salt Lake Tribune, the Cottonwood Heights Café relocated, and its site was taken over by the Angel Café. Formerly known as Franck’s Angel Café, it featured French-inspired luncheons and breakfasts, prepared by Chef Franck Peissel. Chef Peissel left recently, and the establishment was renamed for its new operator, Angel Kosovich.

The menu has changed, and Angel’s now offers “fusion” dishes, but with some of the original French standards, such as quiche, pastries, and croque madame, still available. The restaurant is serving delicious breakfasts such as omelets with vegetables, meat, or cheese; brioche French toast; and l’orange pancakes. Luncheon dishes include treats like a salmon and crab salad sandwich on ciabatta, and spectacular desserts such as a pancake crème brûlée with a berry coulis, and Key lime tarts.

The restaurant typically has lines, often comprised of people who live within walking distance. The wait is longer on weekends than during the work week. The Angel Cafe is at 2577 Bengal Boulevard, in Cottonwood Heights.

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