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by E. B.
November 12, 2003
My friend has a small appetite, so she ordered a soup (something called Three Sisters) and a shrimp cocktail, which was Acapulco-style similar to a ceviche. I ordered a chicken mango wrap, which was a chicken salad with mango pieces wrapped with a green colored tortilla. It was served with spicy sweet potato chips. It was extremely filling, but my friend wanted me to split a dessert with her. It was an Indian blood peach cobbler. I have never tasted a blood peach before and it was very good. The pie was served à la mode with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It was very sweet, but good.
We left the restaurant completely satisfied. Next time I want to try the fry bread . . .
From journal Two Days in the Phoenix Desert
January 15, 2001
The meal was served buffet style, which of course gives any serious gourmand a reason to pause. But the entrees and sides were all of superior quality, and when they ran out of the yummy sweet potatoes a server ran off to the kitchen to see if the chef would make some more. He did, and I was left pretty full making buffet dessert consumption all the more difficult. Always the trooper, I managed to down some pecan pie, pumpkin pie, chocolate torte and a cookie. The sacrifices one must make to share recommendations with fellow travelers...
From journal Arizona: Phoenix