The place to go in 29 Palms. Recommended by a friend and we were not disappointed. Great salsa, chile rellano enchiladas, good guacamole. Good size restaurant for dinner or parties.
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What else do you do on Tuesday? Especially when you're in the California desert. That's where we found ourselves after day-long trekking through Joshua Tree. Fun atmosphere, bank transformed into a restaurant. The 'vault' has been converted into the restrooms. The food was normal fare,...More
Went here this past week and had a phenomenal meal after a tiring day at Joshua Tree National Park. We were instantly, warmly greeted and treated like regulars, even though it was our first time. The menu has lots of Mexican staples and the wait...More
We were visiting a relative and they suggested this restaurant and it was great. Fast service, good prices and tasty food. No need to say more!
Delicious Mexican food, hit the mark after hiking in the park all day. This was just down the road from our Roadway Inn hotel.
Based on reviews here and other sites we expected it to be just average. Edchadas exceeded our expectations. We wanted fresh made margaritas and they did not disappoint, especially for $5.95. The food was standard fare but very tasty. Service was excellent. The restaurant itself...More
Between myself and my friends we had combo fajitas, enchiladas, a tamale, tacos, and the sopapilla dessert. Everything was very good. I'm sorry to be so general, but everyone enjoyed their food and no one's stomach was upset afterwards. That's a great thing. The service...More
We went for good cocktails ( said the best in town) and ended with good prepared dishes of Mexican food. And of course margarita''s...really great margarita''s. The staffelprijzen was gentleman and help full. The ambiance though noisy, a lot of you gisteren and children. However,...More
We ate here on 4/18. The food was mostly good although both sauces for the chips lacked flavor. The service was very slow and at times it seemed the waitress forgot our table. Overall we would not eat here again.
Edchadas had been a tradition for my wife and I when we were younger, a regular stop -- in Yucca Valley -- on our way home from rock climbing in Joshua Tree. Then kids came, and we still enjoyed Edchadas, after hiking in the park....More