Food and service are outstanding. Ask for a window table...there may be a wait bit it’s worth it for the view!
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Had a nice quiet romantic dinner @ the Main Dining Room. Excellent presentation/food and ambience. Recommend having dinner later to avoid the kids
We really enjoyed our dinner. Fantastic service and the meal was perfect. We enjoyed it so much we returned for the lunch the next day. Bottle of wine reasonable, the Tamale app is fantastic, Veal and Eggplant entree's were great. BTW... You may want to...More
We stopped here for lunch, were seated immediately. The room was dark with very nice decorations. The taco with Indian fried bread was really good. the pork and beef chili soup was not good, the pork was rancid, my daughter could not eat it and...More
When we checked in to our hotel (Thunderbird Lodge), the staff recommended either the Arizona Room (in Bright Angel) or El Tovar if we were looking for a so-called fine dining experience. So we booked a table at the latter. Big mistake. The prices are...More
You will need reservations. The dining room was elegant. The wine was good. The service was exceptional. I had duck and it was fabulous. My wife had fish and it was nothing special. That means that this is a mixed review. The experience of being...More
Looked forward for a long time to having supper at this charming appearing place. We had a dinner for four with appetizers, main course and dessert. For appetizers we had a caesar salad and french onion soup. The salad was mediocre with really soggy lettuce,...More
This was a great restaurant to eat at as we stayed at El Tovar that weekend. There is a strong rustic atmosphere yet with a very classy touch. The waiters were excellent and showed off a true sense of fine dinning etiquette. Rick specifically was...More
A special treat on any visit to the Grand Canyon is to dine in the El Tovar dining room. Reservation is a must. Fantastic room with lots of ambiance, staff super friendly with excellent knowledge of menu items and large wine list. NY strip steak,...More
I just want to talk about the condiments. Prickly Pear butter, or Pine Nut butter? I couldn't decide. Then there is the syrup: prickly pear syrup! Yum!