Most Popular Canadian food in Logan, Utah, United States

February 20, 2020 Emerita Lamoureux

Best Canadian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Canadian food in Logan. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Canadian restaurants near you.. Logan is a city in Cache County, Utah, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 48,174, with an estimated population of 48,997 in 2014. By 2050 the population size for Logan is expected to double. Logan is the county seat of Cache County and the principal city of the Logan metropolitan area, which includes Cache County and Franklin County, Idaho. The Logan metropolitan area contained 125,442 people as of the 2010 census. In 2005 and 2007, Morgan Quitno declared the Logan metropolitan area the safest in the United States.
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1. Stacked

31 N Main St, Logan, UT 84321-4542 Canadian Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Brunch +1 435-799-7501 http://www.facebook.com/StackedPancakes/
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Service
Value
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Stacked

Reviewed By Steffanie C

Fun ambiance in Logan's "Breakfast District," we first had these pancakes at the Farmer's Market. Filling, fluffy, and great homemade syrup. Price is just shy of $6 for two pancakes and just over $8 for 4. I went after not eating for almost 24 hours (and have a large appetite generally anyway) and still came home with left-overs. BUUUT.... my four pancakes (nothing fancy, just 4 pancakes, and pancakes are literally almost ALL that is on the menu) came almost 45 minutes AFTER I ordered. I then got up to get my syrup (not brought to the table) and discovered they were out of their buttermilk syrup. Knowing it was worth the wait, I waited for an additional almost 15 minutes for more syrup for the pancakes. I finally walked up to other guests who had 2 syrups on their table and asked if I could use 1. So by the time I ATE, it was nearly 1 hour since I walked into the restaurant AND my food was cold. I was there lunching with friends, and we didn't mind the extra time (or needing to clean/bus the only table that sat more than 4 people so we could sit there). So all this said, would I go back? At lunch? Never. I hope ours was just an off day, but none of my friends had been before, so sadly, our first experience was less than stellar.

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2. Stacked

31 N Main St, Logan, UT 84321-4542 Canadian Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Brunch +1 435-799-7501 http://www.facebook.com/StackedPancakes/
Food
Service
Value
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Stacked

Reviewed By Steffanie C

Fun ambiance in Logan's "Breakfast District," we first had these pancakes at the Farmer's Market. Filling, fluffy, and great homemade syrup. Price is just shy of $6 for two pancakes and just over $8 for 4. I went after not eating for almost 24 hours (and have a large appetite generally anyway) and still came home with left-overs. BUUUT.... my four pancakes (nothing fancy, just 4 pancakes, and pancakes are literally almost ALL that is on the menu) came almost 45 minutes AFTER I ordered. I then got up to get my syrup (not brought to the table) and discovered they were out of their buttermilk syrup. Knowing it was worth the wait, I waited for an additional almost 15 minutes for more syrup for the pancakes. I finally walked up to other guests who had 2 syrups on their table and asked if I could use 1. So by the time I ATE, it was nearly 1 hour since I walked into the restaurant AND my food was cold. I was there lunching with friends, and we didn't mind the extra time (or needing to clean/bus the only table that sat more than 4 people so we could sit there). So all this said, would I go back? At lunch? Never. I hope ours was just an off day, but none of my friends had been before, so sadly, our first experience was less than stellar.

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3. Stacked

31 N Main St, Logan, UT 84321-4542 Canadian Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Brunch +1 435-799-7501 http://www.facebook.com/StackedPancakes/
Food
Service
Value
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Stacked

Reviewed By Steffanie C

Fun ambiance in Logan's "Breakfast District," we first had these pancakes at the Farmer's Market. Filling, fluffy, and great homemade syrup. Price is just shy of $6 for two pancakes and just over $8 for 4. I went after not eating for almost 24 hours (and have a large appetite generally anyway) and still came home with left-overs. BUUUT.... my four pancakes (nothing fancy, just 4 pancakes, and pancakes are literally almost ALL that is on the menu) came almost 45 minutes AFTER I ordered. I then got up to get my syrup (not brought to the table) and discovered they were out of their buttermilk syrup. Knowing it was worth the wait, I waited for an additional almost 15 minutes for more syrup for the pancakes. I finally walked up to other guests who had 2 syrups on their table and asked if I could use 1. So by the time I ATE, it was nearly 1 hour since I walked into the restaurant AND my food was cold. I was there lunching with friends, and we didn't mind the extra time (or needing to clean/bus the only table that sat more than 4 people so we could sit there). So all this said, would I go back? At lunch? Never. I hope ours was just an off day, but none of my friends had been before, so sadly, our first experience was less than stellar.

4. Stacked

31 N Main St, Logan, UT 84321-4542 Canadian Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Brunch +1 435-799-7501 http://www.facebook.com/StackedPancakes/
Food
Service
Value
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Stacked

Reviewed By Steffanie C

Fun ambiance in Logan's "Breakfast District," we first had these pancakes at the Farmer's Market. Filling, fluffy, and great homemade syrup. Price is just shy of $6 for two pancakes and just over $8 for 4. I went after not eating for almost 24 hours (and have a large appetite generally anyway) and still came home with left-overs. BUUUT.... my four pancakes (nothing fancy, just 4 pancakes, and pancakes are literally almost ALL that is on the menu) came almost 45 minutes AFTER I ordered. I then got up to get my syrup (not brought to the table) and discovered they were out of their buttermilk syrup. Knowing it was worth the wait, I waited for an additional almost 15 minutes for more syrup for the pancakes. I finally walked up to other guests who had 2 syrups on their table and asked if I could use 1. So by the time I ATE, it was nearly 1 hour since I walked into the restaurant AND my food was cold. I was there lunching with friends, and we didn't mind the extra time (or needing to clean/bus the only table that sat more than 4 people so we could sit there). So all this said, would I go back? At lunch? Never. I hope ours was just an off day, but none of my friends had been before, so sadly, our first experience was less than stellar.

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