Midvale, UT

Sagato Bakery and Cafe in Midvale Has Delicious Food

S. F. Mori

Sweet Bakery Items and Meals are featured

Sagato Bakery and Cafe(Image from the website)

Sagato Bakery and Cafe is located at 44 West 7200 South in a strip mall just off of State Street in Midvale, Utah. It is a place to pick up delicious bakery items and/or to eat meals with a Polynesian flavor. They are open from 10 am to 7 pm on Mondays through Saturdays.

The owner described the establishment as a fusion of Polynesian and American sweet and savory baked goods and pastries. They also serve delicious meat pies and other foods for people who want to go there to enjoy a good meal.

Some of the items with Polynesian influence are: Pani popo, sausage rolls, Lamington, and Koko Samoa Bundt cake. Some of the meat pies which have had rave reviews from customers are: chicken curry pie, hearty chicken pie, steak and mushroom pie, pineapple pie. and others.

Their website states about Sagato Bakery and Cafe:

Taking you on a journey to the Pacific one bite at a time
We bring traditional bakery favorites to you from across the Pacific--from the Polynesian islands down to New Zealand and Australia--along with new creations incorporating our favorite island-grown ingredients.
We provide plenty of options to satisfy your savory and sweet cravings. On the savory side, this includes our meat pies, sausage rolls, and kekepua'a. For your sweet tooth, we offer lamingtons, a variety of specialty cakes--including guava, haupia, and koko Samoa--as well as pineapple pies and custard tarts. In addition to these pastry goods, we couldn't help but throw in traditional fish/sausage and chips! [From the website]
Bakery Case(Image from the website)

The large variety of delicious bakery goods provide customers with many choices of delectable favorites from Polynesia and the mainland.

Hawaiian Style Meal(Image from the website)

Besides the bakery delicacies and Pacific Islander meals, Sagato Bakery and Cafe does catering. They also do specialty cakes and party platters.

Visiting Sagato Bakery and Cafe to try their food is sure to be a pleasant experience.

[Website: www.sagatofoods.com]

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