Breakfast was included with my room at the Holiday Inn. Good selection with large portions. They leave a coffee carafe at your table which was appreciated. Prompt and friendly service.
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A nice blend of American, Mexican and Navajo cuisine. Pleasant staff and nice ambiance. Navajo fry-bread isn't what it sounds like. It's a light fluffy delicacy often used as a pizza-like base.
I was disappointed in my dinner at this restaurant inside the Holiday Inn. The salad bar had not great looking lettuce and very limited ingredients. The salmon was barely eatable, green beans tasted like canned, but the peach pie was ok.
We stayed in the hotel on the same property. So easy to go for meals after a day of touring the canyon. We had 2 dinners. First night we had the Navajo tacos. Come hungry as not only tasty but huge. Could be easily shared....More
What a treat to have so many blue corn dishes and Navajo chili ripe with beans! We loved the authentic dishes but not others like salmon which is not local at all. No alcohol served here. Wait staff was attentive in this Holiday Inn complex.
We ordered a vegetarian pasta dish and chicken Monterey. What showed up was the pasta dish with chicken and Tuscan Chicken sandwich. When we told the server we wanted the vegetarian pasta, she asked if we wanted her to take it to the kitchen and...More
Blue corn pancakes are a local breakfast specialty and the menu claimed they were very light. I was a little suspicious but I needed a pancake fix to carry me over for the long drive ahead. They were fantastic! When I saw the two huge...More
When Denny's is the best restaurant in town, you know there is a dearth of eating places. We wanted to try something different and tried Garcia's at the Holiday Inn. Major mistake. Nothing appealed to me from the scant menu, so I chose a chicken...More
The food here is decent, but nothing special. I had pork chops, which were quite good, with broccoli, which was tasteless. The salad bar was not much.