Black Sheep Cafe [Provo, Utah]

Provo, Utah has such a wide variety of food that it blows my mind for such a small place.  There are Korean, Thai, Peruvian, El Salvadorian, and Brazilian places everywhere.  I thought Provo had just about every variety of food when I heard of a group of people opening a Navajo restaurant: Black Sheep Cafe.  My only experience with any Native American food was Navajo Tacos in the cafeteria my freshman year of college on lucky days.  As delicious as those were, that is nothing compared to the delicious real puff tacos straight from their family to yours.  Mother making the bread base while her children braise pork and mix up stews of delicious toppings and sauces.  Sitting down, I had no idea what half the words on the menu were, let alone how to pronounce them.  Luckily, they are kind enough over at Black Sheep to have descriptive menus so by the end of your evening, you are casually dropping words like Nanniskadi at the dinner table.  Swing on by, pick up a soup for lunch or stay for a while and try as many things as you can, it is definitely worth your time.

Black Sheep Cafe
19 N University Avenue
Provo, UT 84606

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This entry was written by Christine , posted on Wednesday March 28 2012at 09:03 am , filed under food, interiors, restaurants, utah . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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