Wonderful variety of foods from many parts of the world, good service. Cafe atmosphere, fine dining prices.
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East West Grill has a very interesting mix of foods - (even traditional Japanese foods), but their quality varies visit to visit. They have Starbucks coffee and some deserts, it is quiet, and not too expensive. Parking is ample for their clients - staff seem...More
I had the hamburger here. Not sure if it was me or them, but I just couldn't finish the burger. It was an average burger, not bad but just not exciting enough for me to care about finishing it.
The folks at Milagro Coffeehouse recommended the East West Grill for breakfast as we were passing through Alamosa recently, so we gave it a shot. We're glad we did. The East West Grill is a great local diner with very good food. We had the...More
We had lunch here passing through. Was not sure what to expect. Had some good oriental food. My dish was a stir fried Japanese noodle dish. Spring rolls were very good. Would eat here again and would recommend. Don't let the outside view keep you...More
We stopped here for breakfast. I was a little apprehensive as the exterior sign also said it served sushi. At the suggestion of the waitress I had french toast. It was awesome. I also had some eggs and hash browns. There better half had huevos...More
Great little restaurant with consistently good quality food. A great stop for breakfast. Near a park and the Rio Grande river. Starbucks coffee.
We were seeking a different restaurant but they were closed. I had seen some reviews on East West Grill and had driven past going in and out of Alamosa. The combination of Asian, American, and pasta seemed odd but I'm usually game for fusion places....More
Our kind of place. So many choices on the menu. Pad Thai and meatball sandwich were great. Just don't come here if you're in a hurry.
Driving through Alamosa around midday looking for lunch. Our GPS directed us to two different places which were closed down. As we were detoured off the beaten path we discovered this place. Good sign: lots of cars around it. We split a gyro which was...More