This place was funky and original and sitting outside the views were incredible. Good service and the spaghetti squash enchiladas were phenomenal. Pricing was very reasonable.
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We had an enjoyable meal in this dun restaurant just a short walk from Zion National Park entrance. Excellent guacamole, very good enchiladas, and a fun vegetarian dish with tofu and Asian touches for our daughter.
We stumbled on this little place by accident and were so pleased with ourselves! Wanted somewhere for lunch. It literally is a converted Texaco gas pump station. You can still see the painted red island where the old pumps were. Very eclectic. It has a...More
A simple place to eat but with a good outside seating area . Great service , great value and the food was excellent . We had the ribs and they were 5 star . Not haut cuisine but you will be coming back for more...More
Outdoor setting in old gas station had remarkably good food. Almost didn't go because of the review mentioning the porta potty, but the food was great and we loved sitting outside under the full moon. Good service, casual mexican
Extremely helpful and friendly wait staff. Ask them for tips on how to enjoy your visit to Zion, (and ask for Danny if he’s available). Also great ambiance, plenty of things to buy, and very good pineapple ribs and calamari.
food tasted good, decent portion size, service was ok. I wish they would install some fans inside to help keep flies away, swatting at flies while trying to eat is never fun.