This is NOT a Mexican food restaurant. The salsa was bland, not a hint of spice. The “boat” we ordered was good. Had sweet potato, beans, rice. The place was busy but the service was good. The water tasted like it came from a garden...More
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Wonderful! The chipotle cream cheese is not hot, but definitely spicy and delicious! Very small restaurant- only about #14 tables - so be patient - from what I could see, it's always busy. The "boats" and "bowls" are the specialty I had a boat with...More
My wife and I have been here a number of times and the food is pretty darn good. She always goes with a vegetarian boat while I keep coming back to the jalapeño burger. The sauce is ridiculously good that comes with it.
Do you have an insatiable craving for complimentary chips and salsa? Do you desire, from the depths of your soul, a sizzling hot fajita mix to place neatly into flour tortillas? Are you a fan of enchiladas, guacamole, chimichangas, or empanadas? If you answered yes...More
The menu selection includes gluten free and vegetarian options. The food was fresh and made with wholesome ingredients. Service was friendly but definitely not great. Our drinks were only refilled one time during our meal. I would definitely return though.
It is a small place and if you are there at lunch time you will most likely need to wait. There were very busy when I was their, so the food took a while to come out. It was very tasty and you get your...More
it pains me to write this, but unfortunately, I am done with Coyote Kitchen. What would possess a successful restaurant to completely revise its menu? My dish here was the Moab boat, a delicious combination of coconut rice, sweet potatoes, beans, plantain, cheese, and tofu...More