Not much else available in Tuba City! Fair food, slow service, not much of a menu, terrible salad bar! Rude cashier.
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This is the best place to eat in Tuba City. Located near a cinema and small shopping center, it appears to attract many locals as well as tourists. Helpings are seriously large. The staff are friendly and happy to advise.
The interior was well decorated and had a nice pleasant look to it. The food was tasty, had large portions. The only real drawback we noticed on both visits was slow service because they seemed understaffed. The waiter, nice enough of a guy, but either didn't have much experience or was overworked. After finishing our meals it took a while... More
Hey, it's Tuba City -- but wow, this was pretty bad. The good: nice waiter/waitress, good fried chicken the bad: much was inedible. corn swimming in water, cabbage swimming in mayo. the free breakfast the next morning was worse. horrible pancake batter -- could someone teach the cook how to make scrambled eggs?
Right next door to Quality Inn where we stayed. A large restaurant with a good selection of Mexican, Navajo, and American food. Large portions of good food. The restaurant was very clean and the wait staff very good.
We had breakfast here because we were staying at the connecting motel. They gave us vouchers to use. It wasn't bad at all.
We had a great breakfast for two here for less than $5 with the voucher from the Navajo Quality Inn next door. Dinner was simple but good. Seems to be popular with locals. Short-staffed on the evening we visited. Great fry bread!
I had a couple meals here recently when I was in Tuba City. The food was good and the service was very good. I appreciated being able to get a Navajo taco which hit the spot nicely for me. It's a very popular local spot and the prices are reasonable as well.
Traveling to National Parks/Monuments within the Navajo Nation. The Hogan was a great choice for dinner and breakfast the next day. We ordered Navajo hamburgers (on fry bread instead of a hamburger bun). Burger was moist, med well. tomato and onion fresh and crisp (skipped the lettuce, as usual). Big portion, couldn't finish it. Raymond was our server, excellent. He... More
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