Nauvoo Café is a cafeteria-style eatery, so there’s nobody to tip, which helps keep the tab low. I’ve never been in a cafeteria with such plush carpeting, not to mention chandeliers.
I suspect Brigham Young would be spinning in his grave, though, if he saw what they’re doing to the sandwiches at the Nauvoo Café. Dijonnaise? That has a distinctly French ring to it. And smoked chipotle barbecue sauce—whaaaaa? I wonder if they decaffeinate the Coke used for the Coca-Cola-marinated pork loin. The Nauvoo Café sandwiches are terrific. Fresh, real ovenroasted turkey breast, topped with a thick slice of cheese and toasted to perfection on house-made focaccia-style bread is awfully hard to beat. But the cold sandwiches are delicious too, particularly the white Albacore tuna salad sammy. Reviewed Feb. 19. 15 e. South Temple, 801- 539-3346, DiningatTempleSquare.com