I have been wanting to try this restaurant for a long time and it was a waste of time and money. Menu is tiny and very confusing. Food was also bland and the chicken was very dark. The rice was more like quinoa than rice.
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This place isn't much for ambience, but the food is excellent. They warn you it isn't fast, because everything is fresh made, and that everything on the menu may not be available, because they get what they can fresh, not canned or frozen, and if...More
old world flavors, could use more help, but the food was good, sister got the green burrito and loved it. the salsa is good, but there were no jars to buy, chips were hot and yummy, hope to return.
Taking the 11:00 AM train from Keystone to Hill City gets you in at 12:00 PM. In the one hour layover time is just enough time to grab a quick meal, a coffee and return to the train for the 1PM departure. Ricos Restaurant was...More
The food they offer is still good. The restaurant is family owned and "Mom" is an excellent cook. But they no longer offer chicken. We eat Kosher, so we don't eat pork, and that leaves us with Beef tamales- husband said they were yummy, Cheese...More
My wife and I had eaten here several times in past years and the food was always very good. I don't know if there was a change in ownership for this tourist season but they no longer have a printed menu, they have the choices...More
Only 2 options- Carnitas or Tamales. No tacos, burritos, or even nachos. My fiancé asked for more cheese on his tamales and got charged $2.50 PER TAMALE for a little extra cheese. It was $41 for tamales, carnitas, the extra cheese, and two cans of...More
Stopped in for lunch and they only had two items on the menu, tamales and pork carnitas. My daughter got a tamale and enjoyed it. My husband and I shared the carnitas since it was $14.99 a plate. There was more than enough for two...More
Stopped in Hill City to see the wonderful museum and Rico's was recommended by museum employee. We enjoyed our lunch with great tasting burritos. The very friendly owner was the waitress, the cook, and she handled bussing tables. It wasn't crowded and she did a...More
We stopped for lunch and though it was noon, there was only one server. We suspected she was also handling the kitchen because 2 other tables filled up and it took about 45 minutes to get out food. It was bland, smothered with cheddar cheese...More