Visited based on recommendation by a local for the Navajo Taco. Our waiter suggested we order two to split rather than one for each of us (3). We appreciated this as it is a very large portion! We also had an order of chips and...More
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This motel has been renovated & upgraded in last 5 years. It now has coffee makers & refrigerator in the rooms. The restauranr offers best Navajo Taco & has a gift shop. If you are looking for traditional Indian jewelry or Navajo rugs this is...More
Such a nice restaurant. And yes, the Navajo taco was fantastic. We split it with 2 people. Great waiter. Literally, in the middle of nowhere. Was coming back from Grand Canyon on the way to Page Arizona. Stopped for dinner.
A needed stop on a long ride, Cameron Trading Post Restaurant turned into a memorable event. A section of the menu lists Navaho meals. Not wanting another hamburger, we had the Navaho beef stew with Navaho fried bread. It was a great choice. The lodge...More
This is a great stop for buying cheezy gifts. The cafe there has the best green chili stew and fry bread. Worth the stop.
We've stopped here on many of our trips because we like it so well. We like the Navajo Tacos, the Navajo stews and other items that you just don't see in other restaurants. All the staff we've met have been exceptionally polite and thoughtful.
This is one great rest stop. My wife and I stopped here four times. Twice going TO the Grand Canyon, and twice returning FROM the Grand Canyon back to Flagstaff where we were staying. The venue was clean. A great place to take-a-rest-break. Several times...More
This restaurant is part of a sizeable hotel and gift shop complex that is well located for accessing Grand Canyon National Park from its east entrance. The dining area is very large (because it has to occasionally accommodate bus loads of tourists) but is engagingly...More
We first stopped here eight years ago and have been looking forward to this visit since then. The place is a little bigger now, but the food is just as we remember it. On this visit we split a Navajo taco. Yes, one of them...More