Holladay >Food & Dining > Normandie Cafe
4679 Holladay Blvd, Holladay, UT | Directions 8411740.668344 -111.824185
This is a Bakery...There is no sit down service!! – This is the BEST hidden bakery in Salt Lake City. Like any other bakery, you will have to wait in line then place your food order at the register. The service is GREAT...have no complains! The BEST lunch sandwiches. Kelsey was wonderful! I would definitely be going back!
Thanks for serving Great Food and friendly service!
Great Bakery with Great Service! – I was pleasantly surprised to see a GREAT improvement in service at the restaurant compared to when I last visited 5 months ago. Thing seemed to be more organized and the line seemed to be moving 5 times faster. The staff was very friendly and accommodating to the needs of my family.
The restaurant is always busy because the food is so GREAT and they are the busiest at lunch. If you are expecting a sit-down service at lunch, then this is not the place for you because you would walk out disappointed for waiting in line for a long time.
They do have sit down service at dinner.
Are you ready for an experience – Lunch at the Normandie was an experience. The food was good and the pastries looked wonderful. Let’s talk about service. There is none. We stood in line for at least 15 minutes to give our order. Behind the counter completely lacked organization…this was not controlled chaos, just plain chaos. The food came one plate at a time as well as our drinks. We had to get up 3 times asking for silverware and napkins. They never arrived.
Finally, one of us went to the bathroom and got papers towels. They definitely need some organization. The service was a running joke our entire meal. It is such a shame. It is a nice area with indoor and outdoor tables and the food was good. Be sure to order the sweet potato fries if you attempt their dining experience.
awe......heaven on earth. : ) – WOW.....what a beautiful,relaxing, delicious time we had. Normandies was beyond our expectations, excellent food, great atmosphere and very friendly. Best place in Holladay.
excellent food, poor service – Took my wife there for a lunch date at 11:30 on a Saturday. Menu and board said brunch ended at 11, but they were still serving and told my wife her sandwich would take longer since lunch menu didn't start until noon (who starts a lunch menu @ noon?).
We seated ourselves on the patio (very nice). No one checked on us for 5-10 minutes. When they did, we asked for silverware, water and the bread that comes w/ the meal. 5-10 minutes later, my wife's food arrived (not mine...)....still no water or silverware. Next, my food came and we scavenged some silverware from the table next to us. Asked again for water and bread. Finally received both water and bread.
Food was great. Service was terrible. Prices are slightly high. Would get take-out the next time...
Normandie Cafe was fabulous – I took my very dear friend to lunch and found the old location closed. Disappointed, as we had driven over from west valley, we were headed some where else and happened on the lovely new trendy shop. We felt very fortunate, especially after we had eaten. Every thing was only better than it had been at the old location.
It was nearly 2 in the afternoon but they were bursting with eager customers, and no wonder. Our vegetable sandwich on 6 grain bread was incredible. The bow tie salad was very tasty and the fresh strawberry dessert not only looked great, as did all the patiserie offering, but tasted great as well, . The dressing on the green salad was too strong so they quickly replaced it and our serving girls were so gracious.
I cannot imagine anyone not being pleased unless they were looking for a reason to complain.
Worst sunday brunch! – We went in for sunday brunch a little too close to closing time. We should have left from the first angry glare but instead we stayed. It was nothing like I had envisioned for a relaxing sunday brunch with my husband. I asked for a diet coke..they didn't have it..my husband asked for no onions...they put them in (at least they did fix it), and then soon returned to get our plates (of course I would finish first, I started first) but my husband already disapointed with his meal let the guy take his plate. Next time....Market Street Grill (they never dissapoint). I think Mcdonalds would have even been better.
Fresh baked goods in a French country atmosphere. – The Scene
Cafe de Normandie is an extention of the popular Bakers de Normandie. If you have ever entered the bakery on seventh east you'll love the new addition in Holladay; with the French country atmosphere you almost immediately feel at home. And the smells that emanate from the cafe will make the most insensitive of palates sit up and take notice.
Cafe de Normandie features daily soup and quiche specials. Sandwiches made from bread baked fresh that morning in the bakery.
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