Food for Thought is a quaint, family-owned cafe located in a little bungalow at 12640 S. Fort Street in Draper. It’s adjacent Historic Draper Park, making it easy to grab a coffee during a walk or a meal for a quick picnic. On any given morning you can swing by the drive-thru or pop inside for freshly prepared, home-made, organic goods. Steve Sugiyama, his wife Erin, and company have been preparing and serving their fare at this same location for twenty-one years.
Steve claims that his secret ingredient is butter, “but don’t tell anybody”! He’s also known “for a lot of the organic ingredients” in his coffee, chai, crepes, cookies, and many other items on the menu. His famous “Pink Cookie” is loaded with organic ingredients and both the cookie and the frosting are made in-house.
In fact, everything is made in-house, including a variety of homemade mint chocolate chip, vanilla, and salted caramel marsh mellows, crepes in French crepe pans, and his delicious chai.
Steve’s caring and friendly demeanor prompts his customers to always come back for more. Beth, from Draper, has been bringing her “friends and daughters” for the “last four years”. She likes the atmosphere because “you don’t feel like you’re in a large crowded restaurant”. “They make you feel special when you are here” and “you cannot beat their desserts”.
Visit Food for Thought soon and find out just how much thought is going in to Steve’s food and drink. Visit his website for more information: http://www.foodforthoughtutah.com/