Today I wanted to try something new. What I ended up with was something new for me but very old for Salt Lake.We were walking towards a lunch destination on Main Street that I've now forgotten when I spied Lamb's Grill Cafe. Telling my lunch partners that I'd never been to Lamb's we made a bee line for Utah's oldest restaurant.After settling on the Cajun Salad with Blackened Salmon I couldn't resist the desert menu. Our server raved about the Chocolate Mouse with Kahlua and now I know why. It's a definitely a must!An interesting bit about the bread that they bring you when you arrive. The bread is baked in rounds and then cut right there by the servers. This bread cooked by Great Harvest using George Lamb's original recipe that he used from the day he opened the restaurant back in 1919.I had along with me a Flip video camera and captured a few moments. Definitely check out Lamb's on Main Street in Downtown Salt Lake when you're in the area next.