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Best service, best food. I got the alpaca cordon bleu. We got complimentary bread made in the pizza oven and some chips too.
I am coming back here for lunch and dinner over my last few days in cusco for sure.
Great music too!!!
If you are old enough to know the movie with the same title, you've got to come here to experience it for yourself. Unfortunately the motel doesn't exist any more, but they do still have the water tower and the sign for the motel that...More
It was a hot and dusty day in the middle of September and the air conditioning was barely able to keep the place at a reasonable temperature. It seems that, from other reviews, that the service can be friendly - but not for us. We...More
The memorabilia here was much more interesting than the food I saw being served up. We only had coffee as we were much more interested in looking at all the wonderful items that adorned the walls. Nice little place for a quick stop-off, and quite...More
We missed a lot of the restaurants on the highway and ended up here totally by accident. I had no idea that this place is famous in France. It's had to believe they actually made a movie around this restaurant. We did eat there and...More
Doing our road trip from LA to Vegas through the Mojave reserve, we stopped at this gem for lunch.
So glad we did. Great dose of Americana for us visiting tourists.
Service just as your would expect. Direct and to the point but always polite....More
I can't say much that hasn't already been said. Not a very clean place to eat --down to the grease-stained 20-wt paper menus. My chili was no better than I get by opening a can at home and heating it up -- but here it...More
I just happened upon the the world famous Bagdad Cafe while on Route 66 in California. Driving along and... There it is! I knew it was still around and was happy to stumble across it. I was pressed for time, so I did not get...More