They have large portions, The staff was very good. The location and the view was great. They have a lot of parking.
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I cannot say enough about this place. The service was great, the food was delicious, and the view was amazing! It overlooked the river, and we were there at sunset. Also, the prices were extremely reasonable. I got the trout and it was fried to...More
On way from Moab to Salt Lake City and Green River UT was a good lunch break place. Tamarisk is the best place we saw and based on TA reviews. After seeing a review in the fish sandwich I ordered it was not that great....More
Great spot right on the river and just across from the John Wesley Powell musuem. The grub was good and service decent.
The restaurant is on the shore of the Green River - the views are fabulous, but the food was just mediocre. Sorry.
My teenage son and I loved this wonderful restaurant in Green River. (We stayed 25 miles away in Thompson Springs, so this was the closest meal.) Definitely a great meal. He had the Paleo Burger, I had the Chile Relleno, both were huge, delicious, hot,...More
We had to stop here to charge our car and grab a bite. My expectations from the area were that it would be dated, smoky, and a typical dive. From the second we entered, I was proven wrong. Love this adorable place and the service...More
This restaurant is in a small town in Utah, though their food is excellent. As well, their service is excellent. Their cinnamon buns (T buns) are large and fluffy. This is a must stop for travelers with cars to large trucks.
Head-to-Head comparison of California Style Eggs Benedict vs T Roll (Cinnamon Roll) vs Buiscut & Gravy vs Pancake. California Style Eggs Benedict was the winner - robust slices of avocado were a pleasant surprise alongside tomatoes with a nice traditional dish. The Pancake was good....More
I/we had actually stopped here a couple/three times over the years. The location is hard to beat for these parts -- perched at the top of the river-bank over-looking the Green River (you know the Grand Canyawn of the Colorado very easily could have been...More