9565 S Wasatch Blvd, Sandy, UT 84092
5:00 am - 9:00 am
- Mon - Sat
5:00 am - 9:00 am
Phone: (801) 635-6530
Primary Phone: (801) 943-8041
Phone: (801) 944-8990
Primary Phone: (801) 809-0286
Fax: (801) 944-8990
General InfoFounded in 1973, La Caille is a full-service restaurant that offers French cuisine. Its menu includes shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, raw beef, soups, oysters, dumplings, broiled snails and crab cakes. The restaurant offers salads, grilled tenderloin steaks, seared ahi tuna, crepe, filet mignon, spinach penne, scallops and lamb chops. La Caille s desserts include cakes, sorbets, souffl and ice cream. It also offers French toast, smoked salmon, poached eggs, baked croissants and pork chops. The restaurant offers a range of wines that includes chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, Burgundy, riesling, pinot grigio, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, pinot noir, zinfandel, syrah, meritage, Bordeaux and rhone. La Caille additionally hosts various events and functions. The restaurant employs a staff of more than 80 people and offers gift certificates.
Parking: Valet, Free
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Fine Dining, French, European, Continental, Wine Bars
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Above Average
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I was so pleased to hear that La Caille had gone a new direction. Away from the old tired food and service. I had to try it out. My wife and I had the best meal that we have had I years. The food was perfect the place was clean and the staff provided excellent service.
After reading some of the bad reviews we had real reservations about eating here. Except for the prices, we were pleasantly surprised.
We were a party of seven who had dinner at La Caillle on Memorial Day. We had very pleasant efficient service and patient servers who answered all our questions about menu items. It is possible that our service was better because they were not terribly crowded, but we felt that we received just the right amount of attention.
Our food was well prepared and creatively presented.
My only complaint is the prices, which are so far out of line words fail me. Our party of seven spent $780 without alcoholic beverages.
I live in Seattle (which is not inexpensive), and we could have had that same meal for 1/3 to 1/2 less. The total experience, however nice, was not worth what we paid.
I would not recommend this restaurant even though the food is good and the ambience very pleasant. The exorbitant prices outweigh the good points many times over.
We were celebrating my daughters 16th birthday, and LaCaille is one of her favorite restaurants. Since it is quite expensive, we don't go often. But turning 16 is a big deal, and so I called and made a reservation for Sunday night. When we arrived, aniticpating ordering our favorite appetizers, entrees and desserts, we were told on Sundays they have a set menu, served family style. What a disappointment! Had I been told about the set menu and family style service when I made the reservation, we would have dined elsewhere. And, to make matters worse, the food was not nearly as good as what we order off the regular menu. The prime rib was fine, but it should have been more than just ""fine"". And the salmon was nearly inedible. The miso glaze was gritty and the salmon was the fishiest fish I have ever tasted...
The service that night was also not what we have come to expect at LaCallie. Overly prompt is the best way to describe it.
Overall, it was a HUGE disappointment. We will probably go back, since we have had great experiences there before, but NEVER on a Sunday night!
What a perfect place for our anniversary dinner! Everything was fabulous! The wine, soup and salad were fabulous! My meal was cooked to perfection and was beautifully presented. And then came dessert! We decided that we would celebrate our anniversary here every year! Worth EVERY penny!!!
I have been going to La Caille for quite a few years and I have to say a few years back I agreed with the previous review. The portions were small and it was expensive. But I have been back this last year have to say that the experience was exceptional. I had more food than I could eat and it was prepared wonderful. The ambiance is amazing and I will be returning, in fact, tonight.
we just had our daughters wedding and reception at la caille our wedding coordinater was mary she was very helpful with the planning but when it came to sampling the menu she basically absent. at the rehersal she seemed rushed and not caring. at the wedding she was very short and it almost seemed digruntled. she assured my daughter she would be there to insure that the night would go smoothly well mary dissappeared luckly leslie took over. She was the best she could not of been more helpful or more pleasant the staff was great too. there was one server who made everyone feel special. i dont know her name but she worked alot with the immediate family. the food was excellant and the service could not be beat. thank you leslie for all your help and thank you for being so pleasant you made the evening the best. I gave the rating a 4 because of mary take her out of the night and i would have to give it a 10
The food and service that our party recieved was not as bad as what is described in these posts. The menu could use some update, and the flavors could be improved, but we did not experience ""moldy"", ""stale"" or ""stinky old"" food that some of the other guests have descibed, nor did we see any strange creatures roaming the floors that some other patrons have mentioned. Therefore, we give it a 2.
We are mainly concerned with the prices that we paid for ho-hum dishes that had no flair or creativity.
Average price is about $200 per person........far too much for a ""commoner"" to pay unless everything is flawless. LaCaille is far from flawless. The service was O.K. and the lights were nice, yet not spectacular as in years past.
My daughter had her wedding reception at the La Caille this summer and it was truly a spectacular event, accentuated by the elegant and well prepared food and superlative service. Kudos to Kim Rodgers, the La Caille event coordinator, who went out of her way to ensure that everything was absolutely perfect. I see some reviews here that are negative about the food quality and service -- I can hardly believe we are talking about the same restaurant, as our own experience was quite different and extraordinary. A special thanks to the owners of the La Caille as well, who have had to endure all this unfounded negativism. Keeping those idyllic grounds in their full splendor and all the personnel required to reproduce a French experience here in Utah is no easy or inexpensive proposition, and you have certainly achieved something wonderful and memorable here. Oh, and as to food price, prices in mainstream Paris restaurants are way more expensive (I paid $85 for a sandwich), and this amazing Utah locale saves you a ton of money on airfare and lodging expenses by enabling you to experience a bit of France, right here in Utah, for a relatively modest price. Don't let the negative reviews you see here dissuade you from going to the La Caille for dinner, or from planning your special event there. Based on our own experience, you should be delighted!
No value. The small portions of low quality food served up by the pimple-faced teenagers with low cut outfits do not justify the INCREDIBLY OVER-INFLATED PRICES that this place charges. Paying over $200 per person for flowers and bunny rabbits is not logical in anyones budget.
The landscape is captivating
The food is so bad, it cannot be described
The service is slow
The wine list is interesting yet lacking in character
The prices are over the top expensive
The overall experience was barely tolerable
Next time you feel the need for a La Caille fix.......go early, stroll the gardens, then leave.
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