I ordered one large taco the shell was I believe made out of white corn very pasty and dry lots of salt really no other flavor I will not go back there again with my husband I always wanted to go there so finally my...More
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Coyote tacos is a neat LITTLE taco stand in the desert of Morongo Valley...town of Cabazon, CA. Close enough to the Desert Outlets for shopping and close to the city of Banning...offers little street tacos, burritos, tacos and authentic fare. Worth your time!
A friend recommended this place to me. I was on the way to Palm Springs. A little shack right in front of the Morongo Reservation. I got the taco platter with the "Giant" steak taco. Comes with beans and rice. And onions, cilantro, cheese, guacamole...More
I've been visiting this stand for well north of a decade. You won't find better home made Mexican food anyplace in the US. Spectacular burritos, quesadillas, and tacos on corn or flour quesadillas, all good, whether you get them veggie, or with steak or chicken....More
Never miss a chance to stop here if headed to the outlets at Cabazon, or to Palm Desert/Springs).... fresh and authentic, friendly, and fast.... love the taco plate, but don't miss out on the simple food like the bean and cheese burrito or quesadilla... nothing...More
When people talk about "a little hole in the wall" restaurant, this might be it. They only do a few dishes here but they do them well. I had a Beef Burrito that was a 7 on my 10 point scale. The taste was good...More
Some of the freshest Taco Stand style food you can find, at the end of a outlet strip mall. U always stop here to of from Palm Springs and it's always worth the stop. The chili Verde is savory and delicious either on tacos or...More
After a disappointing shopping trip at the nearby outlet mall, we chanced upon this place on our way back to the highway. It's very casual, order at the window and wait for your order to be prepared. We had very nice tacos here. One of...More
We always have to make a stop at Crazy Coyote Tacos whenever we go to Palm Springs. Homemade tortillas and delicious fillings. The beans are really spicy and food too.