This will be the most homemade donut you'll ever get out of your own kitchen. The cake and the consistency are so fresh and good. The chocolate covered with sprinkles and the cinnamon sugar were mind blowing. The service was very good and friendly, too. 3 donuts, 2 coffees, 2 cookies for $6.50, so not only the best donuts we've had, but the most reasonable.
I always hear about other people stumbling across fabulous eateries off the beaten path, but it's rare that I find them. I feel like Breaking Bread Bakery is one of those gems. The owner is very friendly; we had a great chat as she made our lunch. She's laid-back and wasn't at all bothered by how long it took me to decide what to order. The rye bread is delicious. It was soft and had a good, strong rye flavor. It's the best rye I've tasted in Utah. I had a breakfast burrito -- very big for only $4 -- and my sister got a chicken quesadilla for $6. The quesadilla was my favorite. It's made on homemade flour tortillas that crisp perfectly, and inside there's a mix of chicken, veg, cheese, and salsa. Do your self a favor and buy some tortillas to take home. The tortillas are made fresh every morning. They are SO good -- great flavor and beautiful texture. They even taste great cold! Instead of passing by Parowan, UT, drive into town and stop at the Breaking Bread Bakery. It's worth the tangent!
Good food for a decent price. We (four of us) went there for dinner. The woman who took our order was really nice. I ordered a homemade peach cobbler ala mode to eat before my dinner. It was good, and I wish I had more. My mom and I ordered the Navajo taco, which we both liked. It was similar to a taco salad except there was fry bread in place of the taco shell. That was my first time eating a fry bread, and I thought it was pretty good. My mom also liked it. My son had a bacon burger meal (with fries and a drink) and he ate it all up really fast. Mike had a double bacon cheeseburger and a side of onion rings. He said it was one of the better burgers that he has eaten. The onion rings had a lot of batter but it was still pretty good (crispy and large rings). Mike wants to go back tomorrow to try the barn burger.
I had Bacon Cheeseburger, Onion Rings and the wife had the salad bar. We enjoyed the meal here and the hostess/cashier was constantly refreshing the salad bar while we were dining which impressed us. The food was prepared nicely and the Onion rings were really tasty. We later stopped in again for the homemade peach cobbler ala mode and that was a real treat!! we will definitely stop in again next time through town.
This is the place in Parowan!! Dinner goodness. Found it just by driving past and I'll come back every time. Grilled cheese is awesome.
Good classic American breakfast fare and friendly small town charm. Sometimes when a place is what you expect it to be with no frills, that is a good thing. Will swing on by if in the area again. Obviously you wont road trip here as a destination. I saw plenty of travelers in the reviews and that is probably a good portion of the the patrons here on any given day... It isn't like some cafes off of the main road where you feel like you are in an old Western movie... The music stops as you walk in and everyone "mean mugs" ya like you're from outta town... Not a problem here. There seems to be a positive attitude towards "passer-by" clientele and regular old bacon, eggs, waffle or pancakes are good.
Delicious food, comfortable atmosphere, attentive service. My husband and I had dinner here two nights in a row. Fabulous & filling both nights.
We decided to stop here after reading some good reviews on yelp. Maybe we caught them on a bad day, but this place was no good. Service was friendly but very slow and unattentive. My boyfriend and I split a sandwich and fries, and they charged $2 more for us to split it! WTH? The food wasn't even that great. There aren't many food options along this part of I-15, but I would recommend to keep looking.
This bakery in the tiny town of Parowan is a must-stop for any passer through! The seating area is really cute, a great place to sip a coffee, peruse a local paper, and prepare for the day. Service is small town friendly, and you can't beat getting a free, fresh donut with any coffee. I highly recommend the breakfast burritos, the tortillas are made fresh and you can get a variety of ingredients- I think you get three and can add additional items for 50 cents or something. YUM!
On a quick road trip to southern Utah, my husband and I decided to make a quick stop for lunch. We both wanted something that was different from a franchise option. We chose La Villa on Main Street in Parowan. We were both glad we did. The food was excellent. The salsa was good and there was plenty of it. I had beef taquitos (3) and my husband had a taco, chimichanga, tamale combination. Both were well prepared and very good. The beef was tender and well seasoned. The service was quick and and the ladies working were very helpful. Glad we stopped here and would recommend it to anyone going north or south on I-15.
Thanks for the food poisoning last night. I had the chili relleno and taco combo, I'm pretty sure the chili relleno is what caused it. It was the most disgusting thing I've ever tired. I could only eat one bite. The beans were totally cold too. I'll never return, I've never been so sick. Totally ruined my time with my family.
I used to hate this place, but they've come a LONG LONG way. We love eating here now. Salsa is on point and we could eat their chimichangas every day if my gut allowed it. Prices are amazing as well. Especially dollar tacos on Tuesday and Thursday. I can confidently recommend this place now.