We stopped here while in Williams because we got a discount from the motel and the name sounded fun/different. (We're on vacation, why not?) This was our first time and I know the reviews are saying it is a tourist stop, but you know what? Williams is a tourist town!
Anyway, we ordered the chips and salsa, and yes you have to pay for them, (I knew that based on the other reviews), what I wish is that the server would have said something about the charge. After we were seated he asked if we would like chips and salsa, of course we said yes. (after reading the reviews about the charges, this seemed a little sneaky. It was only $2, not really worth arguing about, but I think they are banking on that. Again, sneaky.)
I ordered carne asada tacos, and my daughter got the classic burger. The burger had a good beefy flavor, the fries were really good. The black beans were pretty good, the rice was ok, (not the best, not the worst) the tacos were really flavorful and had a lot of meat on them. The asada was nice and tender and there wasn't any chewy pieces. I'd definitely order them again.
The price? A bit on the high side. $10 for a burger and $11 for tacos. I would say they are about in line with any big city or small tourist town for a sit down dinner. Overall, I thought the food was a good quality and the service was nice. We'd come back again.
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