Had never tried fry bread before so I tried the Hualapai taco. Spectacular! Breakfast provided with hotel room was also wonderful
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Stopped in for lunch while on a business trip. There are not many options in town. I had the Hualapai Melt on fry bread, just what my diet doesn't need. It was good. A little greasy...ok, a lot greasy, but good flavor. The fry bread...More
This restaurant is based inside The Hualapei Lodge Hotel in Peach Springs, literally in the middle of nowhere on Route 66 and nowhere near the Grand Canyon. We were staying at this hotel for a week and tried to make the most of it. You...More
As there is very little else in the vicinity we had dinner and breakfast in the restaurant. The evening meals were adequate if a little bland. Table service was good but the waitress was let down by the kitchen who were extremely slow and it...More
Also reviewed as Hualapai Lodge Restaurant. When you stay at the Lodge, you get a coupon for a free continental breakfast, but can upgrade to a hot breakfast. The service was good and the food was, too. The evening meal was tasty as well.
My 1st time trying this and had to request a 2nd frybread, since it was that good. Great selection on the menu
Our family of 5 adults drove 45 miles one way to Peach Springs on the Hualapai Indian Reservation to try their Hualapai Tacos which we had heard were very good. We started to order a Hualapai taco (nine dollars per plate) for each of us...More
The menu has a good selection of choices. I was tired of fried foods and they had fresh, home made tuna salad sandwiches. It was dark tuna but tasted good. Save a little room and have a twist ice-cream cone for dessert.
The Pizza and Fry bread Taco were really tasty but the stew was bland and more like a soup. The servers don't smile and act like they wish you hadn't stopped. Not sure I would ever drive out of my way again to support them.