Lo­cal res­tau­rant fa­vorites.

Serve Daily - - NEWS - By Amy Baird for Serve Daily

It’s been a while since we’ve done a re­cap so let’s take a look back at the past nine months of res­tau­rant fa­vorites, shall we?

Les­lie’s Fam­ily Tree

Les­lie’s com­bined scones the size of a loaf of French bread with ghosts. Kind of per­fect for Hal­loween. You can do a late-night din­ner and ghost tour, or you can just try their yummy home­made soup with one of the gi­ant scones. That sounds good with the weather get­ting colder.

An­other fa­vorite for me was the chicken fried steak with mashed pota­toes. If you want good old-fash­ioned home­cooked com­fort food, this is where you go. You can fol­low them on Face­book and check out their specials. Also, don’t for­get week­ends they have live mu­sic. Les­lie’s Fam­ily Tree is lo­cated at 77 W. Main in San­taquin.

Siro’s Place

Siro’s Place in­tro­duced me to Ar­gen­tine cui­sine and it was love at first bite. Their sand­wiches are yummy and served on crusty French bread. My fa­vorite was the Lomito Ar­gentino which had steak, ham, cheese, and two fried eggs. And don’t for­get their chimichurri sauce that I wanted to dip ev­ery­thing in. So yummy. They also have their sig­na­ture em­panadas with a va­ri­ety of fill­ings. I fol­low them on Face­book and they’ve been of­fer­ing new specials in­clud­ing steak din­ners so you’ll want to check it out. Siro’s is lo­cated at 575 N. State Road 198 in Salem right by Zu Wire Fit­ness.


Ca­bana in­tro­duced me to jump­ing steak, or Lomo Sal­tado. This crazy de­li­cious stir-fried, per­fectly sea­soned steak on a bed of French fries. Oh my good­ness. I need to go back now. The en­chi­ladas were pretty de­li­cious. And the salsa bar gave the en­trees a lot of va­ri­ety. I loved the av­o­cado based one. Ca­bana is lo­cated at 75 S. Main Street in Payson

Pepe’s Grill

Pepe’s has these amaz­ing street tacos that are just per­fec­tion. Pepe’s started out as a stand at Fi­esta Days, but due to pop­u­lar­ity, they opened a per­ma­nent lo­ca­tion. The na­chos are scrump­tious with a gen­er­ous por­tion of tor­tilla chips, cheese, meat, gua­camole, sour cream and salsa. You could feed a few peo­ple with one. I en­joyed the spe­cialty street tacos. I love me a good fish taco. Pepe’s Grill is lo­cated at 747 N. Main in Span­ish Fork

was a plea­sure. I be­came a huge fan of eggs bene­dict with the English muffins, ham and per­fect poached egg. And that sauce. I could drink the sauce. It prob­a­bly wouldn’t be healthy, but I could. I also loved the omelets and French toast. My friend Tracy still raves about the cof­fee and has be­come a reg­u­lar there. And with cold weather com­ing, you can’t beat their hot choco­late and steam­ers. Hob­ble Creek Cof­fee Grill is lo­cated at 388 North Main Street, Springville, Utah.

Hob­ble Creek Cof­fee Shop Strap Tank

Strap Tanki just had de­li­cious food. I en­joyed ev­ery­thing that I tried and the por­tions were pretty big. The am­biance is great and I love the vin­tage biker feel. The steak salad was beau­ti­fully pre­sented with per­fect ten­der steak. The fish and chips were scrump­tious. Ham­burg­ers were juicy and had great top­pings. Their fries were yummy too. Strap Tank is lo­cated at 1750 West 597 South, Springville Utah.

Row­ley’s Red Barn

Row­ley’s in­tro­duced me to the ap­ple cider slush which com­bines that crisp, frozen ap­ple cider with ice cream. It is pretty re­fresh­ing and the per­fect frozen fruity treat. Also, I’ve al­ways loved their ice cream. I fi­nally got to try their cherry pie and it was sim­ple per­fec­tion. Plus in October, they have the corn maze, hay rides, and pump­kin patch. Row­ley’s Red Barn is lo­cated at 901 South 300 West, San­taquin, Utah 84655.

Photo: Amy Baird

Pepe’s Al Pas­tor and Chicken tacos are a cus­tomer fa­vorite.

Photo: Amy Baird

Lomito Ar­gentinto at Siro’s is love at rst bite.

Photo: Amy Baird

Row­ley’s fa­mous Ap­ple Slush.

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