Came in for dinner after monument valley. It is a small diner but had decent food. Nothing to write home about. I had the Navajo beef sandwich on fried bread and homemade ice tea and only cost me around 12 bucks.
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Our guide at Monument Valley recommended this place and it did not disappoint. The fry bread was awesome! We had the Navajo taco and the Navajo beef sandwich. We got there right as breakfast was over and everyone’s breakfast looked delicious. Lots of locals and...More
We stopped here on our way to Capitol Reef National Park. We had to fuel up in Kayenta, so we looked for places to eat. Everything else was fast-food, so we picked this place. It was a good choice. The people here are very friendly,...More
Food was standard diner fare (I had a vegetable omelet and my husband had a blue corn pancake with bacon and eggs). My hash browns were definitely undercooked and basically unedible, but the omelet was delicious as was the pancake. The wait staff was friendly,...More
It is very rare that I give 1 star to a restaurant as I recognize it may affect their business in the future, but in this case I feel i is totally warranted. This is the second time we have ate here and next time...More
The Blue Coffee Pot is your typical roadside diner. Only it's not. Built in the shape of a traditional "female hogan," with its entrance on the east, the BCP also offers a peak into Navajo culture. Examine the lovely native crafts displayed in the room...More
Arrived in Kayenta one evening before visiting Monument Valley. This place was shown on the motel's map and we decided to try it. It was a good decision. We walked in close to closing, but were welcomed. Lots of menu choices, including some traditional Navajo...More