Great food, but overpriced. Beautiful views of the Grand Canyon. Historic hotel. Reminded me of hotel in Ft. Hood.
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Had breakfast here. Seated quickly. Hostess and serving staff all friendly and helpful. The food here was good, not great, but you're paying extra for the location, not the quality of the food. They serve the toast unbuttered, in a basket wrapped in a napkin....More
We had lunch during a fairly slow time for the park. The food and selections were very good, service was excellent. The El Tovar is large and old, with just the type of atmosphere you'd expect from a fine national park lodge -- rustic elegance,...More
We were able to get a table in about 15 minutes shortly after noon for a nice lunch near the canyon rim. I ordered the Avocado Bacon burger that was cooked well and had a nice taste. The bun was soft and easy to bite....More
The food was really good, the service was very good. The breakfast can be shared, they do give large portions, which I did ask my server if it could be shared and he said yes, so that is what we did do. I had plenty...More
Ate a smaller dinner as arrival was late; salad was fine but had a little more dressing on than I would have preferred. Dinner rolls were not warm. Waiter was okay; could have been a bit more polished. Interrupted us when we were talking.
The El Tovar Dining Room is my favorite breakfast restaurant in America. From the Native American art work, to the view of the Grand Canyon out the windows, to the excellent food-this is my favorite ! I usually get the bacon and eggs with a...More