Sill's Cafe

335 E Gentile St
Layton, UT 84041
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Customer Reviews (8 reviews)


on Citysearch Dec 10, 2007
Plenty of food, it's hot, it's tasty, and it's fresh. Go for a morning ride in the cold on your motorcycle then pop in and stuff a scone thing (like an elephant ear- not a british scone- think big fried dough w/ honey... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 30, 2006
Sill's is a dumpy location just off the freeway on-ramp, sticky table-cloths, loud kitchen sounds, spotty silverware, and rushed waitresses. And I wouldn't go anywhere else for breakfast! The closest a lazy man... (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 17, 2005
they are a nice little plaace to eat the food was good and nice serving sizes. the atmasphere was friendly and it was a nice place to hang out and eat. and the prices arent so bad either. PROS: good food and prices CONS:... (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 08, 2005
Sill's is kind of like a truck stop, actually, and the crowd is usually pretty reflective of this, but I have to admit, I love their breakfast menu. The food is great, the portions are huge and the atmosphere is actually... (more)

Coleen L.

on Judys Book Aug 19, 2005
This is a small locally-owned restaurant that is like an old diner. The biscuits and gravy are the greatest! The portions are great and the seasoning is just right. An order of biscuits and gravy can feed two of us. If... (more)

Peter Behle

on Citysearch Aug 13, 2003
<b>The Scene</b><br>Sitting right off the Layton exit from I-15, this place is usually packed in the morning with Davis County old-timers who have been ordering the same breakfast forever, along with high school... (more)


on Citysearch Oct 06, 2002
Sill's cafe is simply the best Breasfast home style restaurant I have ever eaten at. I highly recommend the Biscuits and Gravy. Be sure to bring your appetite because they know how to serve a large portions of food. as... (more)


on Citysearch Aug 13, 2002
Best scones and breakfast foods in Northern Utah. The honey buttered scones are worth the journey, even if you have to come all the way from Logan or Provo. Great greasy spoon atmosphere.... (more)

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