On the Res there is no beer, but you can drink one here with your fry bread or burger. Good breakfast, too
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What a pleasure to dine at a place with genuine local color. The decor is delightful and I was tickled to see people playing pool. I know there aren’t a lot of places to dine out around here and it was interesting to observe the...More
Laid back casual atmosphere. There’s a pool table. There are booths and tables. I was served coffee quickly. Took a while for burrito to be served, but it was served hot. It was a good portion and was delicious. Worth the stop between Monument Valley...More
The interior needs to be replaced. Bathrooms are tiny and not very clean. Floors need work. The food was good and the place was busy. Service was good.
So we ordered the Navajo tacos, not the vegetarian ones, but the vegetarian ones are what we got. When my husband asked the girl...aren't the Navajo tacos supposed to come with chile con carne...she said no. Not according to your menu...whatever. Thay said, they were...More
I should have read the reviews before ordering the carne chili. Tasted like out of a can and I could not find the meat. They said it was hone made. I doctored the chili with hot sauce, salt and other spices. Much better. Cheese burger...More
We ate here twice for breakfast and one dinner since we stayed at the San Juan Inn on the property. The waiters were very kind and the food was tasty. Loved the fry bread tacos! The coffee was so so. It has a nice homey...More
Stopped for lunch as this about midpoint between Kayenta and Blanding. Service was good and the food was fair. The fry bread however was excellent. There is a trading post adjacent to the restaurant.
Our family has special memories of dining here 30 years ago so when we were recently vacationing in the area we planned a stop for lunch. It's been painted and updated a little in the meantime, but hasn't changed all that much- like stepping back...More