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March 31, 2009
From journal Sedona in Around 24 Hours
Winsted , Connecticut
October 20, 2006
Oaxaca Restaurant was one of the places that our resort had given us a card for a 10 percent discount. On the night we returned from the Grand Canyon, we needed a place close by and still open so we chose Oaxaca.In Connecticut, we have several Mexican restaurants which we frequent. Frankly, we expected better in Arizona. Sad to say, we were not impressed with the food or the service.
The variety of food available is quite large. There is everything from Eggs Oaxaca, basically an omelette with jack and cheddar cheese covered with green chile sauce to enchiladas, salads and tacos. Jim chose a beef enchilada and I asked for a combo of beef taco and cheese and onion enchilada. Unfortunately, when I received my meal, the enchilada was also beef. When I attempted to get the waiter to acknowledge it was wrong, I couldn’t find him. I ate the Taco (which was passable, but not anything to brag about) and still he had not returned. Jim finally asked the girl busing the table to find him. It still took him another five minutes to arrive. When I told him it was wrong, he seemed puzzled. At any rate, I eventually got the enchilada I had ordered and it was NOT good. No taste, really. We were very disappointed in this place and would not recommend it.
We noticed that there was a party of six sitting next to us. They all had left the majority of their food on their plates, and did not ask for doggy bags. I guess they were not happy either. Prices are moderate, but maybe you get what you pay for!
From journal Sedona in the Fall
April 1, 2006
From journal Spring Break Touring in Arizona
by Kellie R.
January 4, 2006
From journal Bird's Eye View of Turkey Day
October 5, 2004
From journal Family Vacation
August 18, 2003
From journal Sedona Pines
August 2, 2003
From journal Sedona Arizona family vacation
by Shock Man
April 28, 2003
From journal Spring in Sedona
April 22, 2003
From journal Sensational Sedona
seal beach, California
January 4, 2001
From journal Sedona-Not just for hiking