Well, it's on Route 66. The fried chicken strips were moist & delicious. The rest was not worth it. But hey, we had to eat as we are on the road for a few days.
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We waited close to an hour for our hamburgers and fries. The food was actually pretty good but the kitchen was overwhelmed by a full dining room. There were 2 servers than ran constantly, were very pleasant and did the best they could. The other...More
Stopped in for dinner. Daughter got a burger that was excellent. It was taco Tuesday so I had tacos and they were good. Wife got rolled beef enchiladas and loved them. Salsa was spicy but good. Place was like an old 60s era diner -...More
A couple minutes walk from La Quinta Inn making it very convenient for hotel guests to grab a meal. Typical small diner fare with a few special dishes, but not anything special. Service was definitely lacking!! It was at least 20 minutes before anyone bothered...More
Had a Mexican plate with chile relleno. which I have had a 10 times. Very good. Wife had a cheeseburger which was fine. Great service by all staff.
Spent one night here on the way to the Grand Canyon. Had the green chili verde burrito. It was so big that I couldn't finish it....and that's unusual! Place was clean, with cute fixtures, and service was fine. Would definitely stop here again.
Not much going on on New Years Day that year. They were open and I had some of the best handmade enchiladas ever. Staff was pleasant and helpful. I'll go back.
I rarely write restaurant reviews unless they're really good or really poor. Unfortunately the terrible service in this restaurant fits the latter. My wife and I ordered burger and fries for an authentic Route 66 diner experience, but we cannot comment on the food as...More
After a long day driving in the rain from Litchfield Park AZ, I took the wrong exit and realized we were on old Route 66 in Santa Rosa. I saw this restaurant, it was around 9PM and we were tired and hungry so we stopped...More