St. George Utah Eats

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I recently went on a girls trip with my mom, my daughter, and my niece. While we were on our trip we enjoyed some St George Utah eats. I decided to share my recent finds with all of you just in case you happen to get into that neck of the woods.

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First up was Farmstead located 18 S 200 West right off Tabernacle.

It’s a European style bakery. The word is their sea salt caramel donut and cheese danish are amazing. However, I couldn’t pass up giving their kouign amann a try. The beat way to desribe a kouign amann is a buttery, sugary croissant. It doesn’t beat the kouign amann at Les Madeleines in Salt Lake City. However, it still is delicious.

Farmstead is a great place to grab a pastry or treat. However, they also serve salads, sandwiches, and pizza. I’m hoping to give more of their menu a try next time I’m in St. George.

Another place we tried was Tifiny’s Creperie.

This place is limited on steating and more than likely will have a wait, but is worth it. I love crepes and was so excited to try this place. Between all of us, we shared and sampled a few items.

My daughter isn’t hip on crepes, so she ordered their breakfast sandwich. It was amazing. I would recommend ordering it along qith a fruit crepe and split the two dishes with someone. They also have a great bowl of french onion soup. It’s only $5 and is fantastic.

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I ordered the breakfast crepe florentine. It included egg, cheese, mushrooms, onion, and spinach. It’s then topped with a peppery bechamel. It was tasty but then I sampled my mom’s ham and cheese crepe. I then wished that was what I ordered. One side of the crepe gets cooked with cheese making the out side of the crepe include some crispy cheese. Then the inside is filled with ham and cheese. This is a must try.

We also ordered a cheesecake crepe with raspberries and raspberry sauce. The cheesecake filling is a creamy sweet filling that includes cottage cheese. So it is similar to a blintz type filling. I loved it. My neiece ordered the kids crepe with peaches and caramel sauce. It looked fantastic and my niece finish every last bit.

Last place we tried was Viva Chicken.

It’s a Peruvian rotissereie chicken joint, specializing in fresh food and authentic Peruvian cuisine. Both girls ordered off the kids menu and got the Arroz Chaufa. It was basically a rice bowl that included jasmine rice, pulled rotisserie chicken, eggs, and soy sauce. Both girls loved it and compared it to a chicken fried rice. I sampled and it was good. However, I want to try the version on their regular menu which also includes red pepper, green onion, and ginger. I think I will like it even more with those added ingredients.

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My mom and I shared a sandwich since we weren’t too hungry. We ordered what is called The Great. You can order it on a ciabatta or sun dried tomato wrap. We went for the ciabatta and it was so soft and delicious. The sandwich includes pulled rotisserie chicken, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and rocoto mayo. The chicken was so moist and delcious! I also added some of their mild sauce to my sandwich. I loved it.

They have an array of sides to choose from. They have their arroz chaufa, chicken soup, cilantro rice, french fries, fresh fruit, plantains, yuca, green beans, house sald, canary beans, solterito, sweet potato fries and white rice. We picked the sweet potato fries for our side. I LOVED them. Sorry, I didn’t get pics here. SO I just included their logo. However, foloow the link to their site to see photos of their food. I hope you enjoyed these St George Utah eats.

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