the best place to get BISON MEAT! Made for you as you wait...no cold used food. Perfect quantity and great service
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Thisnis a great place to get a tasty and healthier meal. My bowl was full of quinoa, chicken, veggies and enough sauce to be flavorful. Based on other posts, the fry bread is worth it. This is a great option for different flavors.
This was the second time that I’ve visited Tocabe. I’m not from the area. The Indian Taco was delicious both times. My husband had one of the bowls and he’s wasn’t disappointed!
We finally got to try this place. It was delicious! I had the “Fancy” taco with the shredded buffalo. It was amazing. Hubby had the buffalo ribs. Again—amazing! We also had the green Chile stew and an order of wojapi and fry bread because we...More
This place feels very modern. It’s a cool twist on the “Chipotle” model. The fry bread for the taco shell was delicious. Loved the shredded bison. Tender and full of flavor. Nice choices of salsas.
Stopped in for Native American dinner and it did not disappoint this is a new modern decor with some Indian decorations but the food is as tasty as the original restaurant on the other side of town. I had a salad with elderberry dressing and...More
Saw Tocabe on Triple D, and made it a point to try it when we traveled to Denver. It did not disappoint! Soft warm Indian fry bread with shredded bison, chili beans, two salsas of hominy and dried cranberries, and spicy sweet corn with sour...More
Really, really good. I was searching for someplace new around my new work location, and found Tocabe. Everyone was super helpful, as I explained it was my first visit. I opted for the Indian "Taco" (fry bread), Braised Shredded Bison, Osage Hominy, and Sweet Corn....More
I thoroughly enjoyed the bison ribs! My wife’s Indian taco was fantastic. She especially enjoyed the hominy topping! We would definitely return!
I would give this place the full 5 except for the space in there is limited. If that's an indicator as to how good the food is in a place for you then it's relevance shouldn't be ignored in this case. The food here was...More