El Coyote Mexican Restaurant & Cafe
- General Info:
Founded in 1931, El Coyote Mexican Caf is a family-owned and operated restaurant. Its menu features a variety of appetizers, soups, salads, side orders, entrees, desserts and beverages. The restaurant additionally offers a selection of wines, such as white zinfandel, chardonnay, merlot and cabernet sauvignon. Its specialties include fajitas, enchiladas, fajita chicken, ostrich tacos, pork tamales, rancheros and fajita steaks. El Coyote Mexican Caf features a full-service bar that offers a range of beer, margaritas, tequila and Champagne. The restaurant is located in Los Angeles and provides hats, glasses and other merchandise.
- Payment method:
- amex, visa, discover, mastercard
- Near La Brea Ave and Beverly Blvd. 3 Blks West of La Brea Ave. and on Beverly Blvd. Close to West Los Angeles, WLA, Park Labrea, The Grove, Park LaBrea Apartments, Gardner Park, Hollywood
- Central LA, Mid-City West
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- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Spanish, Mexican, Latin American, Irish, European, Diner, Seafood, Continental, Cafe, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 2/7/2011Provided by Citysearch -
You can't beat this restaurant. Inexpensive yet very cool atmosphere and good food. Their salsa is the best in the city and I could eat it by the gallon. Although I don't drink, my friend at 3 margarita's which they are known for. All in all, a great value for your dollar.
the food here is definitely suited for american taste. it doesnt taste bad, but its definitely not mexican. the carne plates are good but need more kick. everything just needs more kick. hey but some people are into bland food, so by all means go ahead if you like it. I/ giving 4 stars for the good service tho. better service than other "mex" restaurants.
Posted: 9/23/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Maybe the drinks are good. Consider this comment on the meal I had recently. It's typical LA over-pricing, but without good food. I really believe it was some kind of processed cheese that was layered over my very wimpy enchilada... Yes, one enchilada. They sell them in singles, for as much as they sell 3 (plus rice and beans) in normal mexican food joints. Want a local-scale sign the economy spiraled out of control in the last 10 years? Our restaurants are pretty weighty on the tab sometimes. Sometimes, unfortunately, with little return. Maybe I'm a penny-pincher, but it seems this restaurant, which does indeed have some decorative charm, clearly is here for the upper classes, as even in these down times, it seems to draw a crowd who will pay the price.
Posted: 2/24/2010Provided by Citysearch -
El Coyote is hot hot hot!!! I love this Mexican restaurant and I keep going back over and over again! Their frozen margaritas are fabulous and so are the tequila shots! I love the food as well and will continue to keep going back!
Posted: 2/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I was very sick after I ate here. The tacos were cold and the tortilla chips were stale. I saw the waitress take salsa off of a table after the ppl had already left and place it on somebody else's table for consumption. Can they do that? I'm sorry that I ate here. I had diarrhea for the rest of the night. The margaritas were very acidic and didn't help my stomach and I was very hungover the next day. I will NEVER eat here again. The restroom was also very dirty.