Located in Williams' oldest building, this Mexican cantina calls itself the town's funnest restaurant, and you may ... More
Located in Williams' oldest building, this Mexican cantina calls itself the town's funnest restaurant, and you may very well agree. Sonoran-style Mexican and Southwestern cuisine are served in the former "Cabinet Saloon," renowned for its gunfights and shady ladies. Many of the building's original architectural features remain, including the ceiling trim and hand-painted wainscoting. The building is directly across from the train depot in the downtown historic district. The usual suspects including burritos, enchiladas, tacos, chicken, beef and pork combination plates, go well with the frosty Margaritas and other house specialty drinks. Both smoking and non-smoking dining rooms are available.
The food is tasteless! I have never had such Horrible food! I would even dare to eat animal food before going back! The only good thing about this place is the service.. The waitress was really nice. We don't hesitate to pay any $ for good food but this place is a total rip off.
I wouldn't take their food if it was free!
I took my family there while staying in Williams, the food took forever to come. I ordered fajitas, the meat was overcooked and there were no onions or green pepper; when I asked the waitress about it she told me the kitchen had run out of cut-up onions or peppers and that they were in the process of cutting more. She offered to bring me some which she did but it took quite a while. When I finished I decided I let the manager know about my experience, this was a waste of time, the guy had an attitude, did not offer anything to appease my displeasure and proceeded to berate me for not having sent the plate back right away. In this he is correct, but his demeanor was totally off the scale towards the nasty I could not care side.
The rest of the food was OK, but nothing to get exited about.
I was a member of a party of six for dinner at your restaurant Sunday night the week end before Memorial day 2009.
We were all very disappointed in the food. The Chicken Mole, was a microwaved frozen chicken breast that was still cold when we got it, the Spanish rice was authentic "Uncle Bens" instant and tasteless. At $11.00 a plate, we didn't even get tortillas with our meals. The steak was burned (as in charcoal), and the cheese burger was cold and the bun was hard as a rock and inedible. To top it off this fabulous meal took over an hour to reach our table. The drinks were good but, the tea was brown colored water.
The only totally good thing about our experience was the musician. He was excellent.
The place was only about a third full.
We were in Williams for several days and couldn't resist trying this place out - the atmosphere is fun. We were here in low peak time so there was no wait for a table. Service was excellent and food was very good. So many choices on the menu. We had the fajitas (which had enough food for two people) and the McGillicuddy platter - both were excellent! I would highly recommend this place!
We were treated as though we were regular customers and good friends. The food was good. Fun cantina atmosphere. The price was a little higher that we're used to, but it was a good treat at the end of a tiring day.
We would go back for more!
The prices were high. They charged an 18% gratuity for a family of six even though we left a 15% tip. The salsa was cold and the chips were stale and out of a bag. The server spent most of the time ignoring us and talking with her girl friends. The whole experience was a dissapointment. I recommend that you drive the 20 miles into Flagstaff and eat at Chili's
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