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October 29, 2010
From journal Spring Break at the Canyon
March 26, 2009
From journal Wonderful Two Days at America's Top National Park
Grand Canyon, Arizona
July 16, 2002
From journal Destination: Grand Canyon, Arizona
Los Angeles, California
January 17, 2002
I had angel-hair pasta with a mushroom sauce. Husband had grilled chicken breast, veggies and au gratin potatoes. We each had a wonderful glass of chardonnay. Everything was cooked perfectly and was delicious. It was a tad expensive for lunch, but the food, service and atmosphere were well worth it. Our lunch tab came to almost $70, but we ordered an upscale wine (by the glass) and left a really nice tip. Sometimes I visit a place and have high hopes that it will be wonderful. Sometimes I'm disappointed. I wasn't disappointed here. It's everything I had hoped it would be.
From journal California to New Mexico with my dog
Brooklyn, New York
May 2, 2001
When you walk in, the right side of the dining room is closest to the Canyon. Request a table here if you want to watch the sunset during dinner. For appetizers, try the jalapeno fritters. The perfect amount of cream cheese is slipped into the fritter to provide some relief from the hot, yet irresistible, treat. A typical entrée features rainbow trout, wild rice, a selection of bok choi, carrots and other steamed vegetables. And for dessert, the ginger crème brulee is presented with a pastry spoon and fresh whipped cream.
Reservations are recommended if you are planning to dine at The El Tovar Dining Room. The gourmet food and regional specialties prepared have given it a reputation among both travelers and locals.
From journal Into the Earth